2021-2022 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SEED GRANTS – TUFTS TISCH COLLEGE COMMUNITY RESEARCH CENTER
The Tisch College Community Research Center (TCRC) supports research projects undertaken jointly by community members in partnership with Tufts faculty and/or students. Research we support must involve a formal community partner and produce valuable scholarship while yielding knowledge useful to the community, with a special but not exclusive emphasis on Tufts’ host communities of Somerville, Medford, and Boston’s Chinatown. Likewise, priority is given to research focused on redressing issues of social inequity. Research topics may include education, health, the economy, housing, and the environment. The 2021-2022 SEED grant request for proposals is now accepting applications until April 30, 2021. These one-year seed grants are awarded to Tufts and community partner research teams who are collaboratively investigating critical community concerns, leveraging participatory and action research approaches. Find more information at the link or contact TCRC Director, Elaine Donnelly.
PRO BONO DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES IN GREATER BOSTON – COMMUNITY OUTREACH GROUP FOR LANDSCAPE DESIGN (COGDESIGN)
COGdesign seeks landscape architects and designers (students and professionals) for current projects. All projects are community-initiated and located in Greater Boston. COG provides design partners, a project manager (liaison), contracts and a framework for the process, which may last anywhere from 4-5 months or longer depending on permitting, changes of leadership for clients, and more. Community engagement currently conducted remotely except for initial, masked tour of site. More info on projects: www.cogdesign.org.
UNFCCC TUFTS DELEGATION APPLICATION – TUFTS INSTITUTE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Each year, Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) sends a Tufts delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference. This year, COP26 will be in Glasgow, Scotland, UK on November 1-12, 2021. Through their status as observers, Tufts delegates gain important insight into the discussions that frame global climate change policy and action. Attending this event has long impacted faculty and student research and continues to shape Tufts’ sustainability policy. All members of the Tufts community are eligible to apply. Complete your first round application here. Deadline is June 15, 2021.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESEARCH & STUDENT AWARDS – DUMBARTON OAKS RESEARCH LIBRARY AND COLLECTION
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection is an institute in Washington, D.C., administered by the Trustees for Harvard University. It supports research and learning internationally in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies through fellowships, internships, meetings, and exhibitions. Dumbarton Oaks is currently accepting applications from scholars around the world to a variety of opportunities this spring and summer. Please visit the website linked above to learn more.
NEW BLUEBIKES PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES – TUFTS UNIVERSITY
Interested in trying Bluebikes for your commute? You’re in luck! Any student or employee at Tufts University is now eligible for a nearly 50% discount on an annual Bluebikes membership through the Tufts Corporate Bluebikes Program. A normally $99 annual membership will now cost just $52.50/year. With this membership, all rides under 45 minutes are free. For more information visit go.tufts.edu/bluebikes
CALL FOR COMMUNITY VOICES BLOG SUBMISSION – TUFTS FLETCHER SCHOOL CLIMATE POLICY LAB
The Climate Policy Lab is actively seeking 2021 submissions for its student-focused blog, Community Voices. We welcome any and all submissions relating to climate, energy, sustainability, the carbon transition, environmental policy, or topics adjacent to these themes. Posts should be under 1000 words and can be as casual or formal as you like—this is an internet outlet, so feel free to get creative! If you are interested in a writing a post, please reach out to Eliza Sheff or to Sara Rosales with the topic you want to focus on.
PEDALING FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN BOSTON – BIKE & BUILD
Through service-oriented cycling experiences and long term service programs, Bike & Build raises awareness for affordable housing and empowers young adults for a life-time of service and civic engagement. Come along for the ride in 2021! Dates: June 1 – July 31, 2021. Timing: Weekends (bike rides) & Evenings (Affordable Housing Curriculum). Participants can expect to:
- Participate in (4) socially-distant one-day rides to visit and learn from affordable housing organizations
- Engage with advocacy leaders and learn about local and regional advocacy work
- Explore the complex issue of affordable housing through virtually facilitated discussions and relevant readings
- Join a team of regional young adults passionate about service and civic engagement
FIND OPPORTUNITIES ON THE MASSCEC TRAINING & EDUCATION DIRECTORY – MASSCEC CLEAN ENERGY CENTER
Whether you’re preparing for a new career in clean energy, or looking to build your knowledge and skills in an existing career, the MassCEC Clean Energy Careers Education & Training Directory highlights opportunities throughout Massachusetts. This free online resource provides information on career pathways in clean energy, a searchable database of local education and training programs, and other resources for students, professionals, and job-seekers. We’re excited about the bright future for clean energy in Massachusetts in 2021. And the industry’s growth will be mirrored by the continued growth of this free resource, as we strive to help people find rewarding careers in clean energy.
LIGHTS ON WOMEN ENERGY EXPERT LIST – FLORENCE SCHOOL OF REGULATION (FSR)
In 2017, the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) launched the Lights on Women initiative to further enhance economically and socially inclusive energy policy and regulation. The Lights on Women Energy Expert List will serve as a tool to foster gender diversity and inclusion in the Florence School of Regulation’s activities and aims to inspire the wider energy sector to do the same. The Energy Expert List will not only enable our network to increase the opportunities it extends to women in energy, but it will also help us to address the information imbalance about the range of occupations, specializations and fields within the energy sector, which draws upon expertise and skills from diverse backgrounds.
TRANSPORTATION BLOG SEEKS ARTICLE PITCHES – STREETSBLOG MASS
Streetsblog MASS is interested in your pitches for stories about public transit/walking/biking/mobility/safer streets. They pay $0.50 per word for reported pieces, and are especially keen to have more bylines from women and people of color. Please spread the word, and send pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPLOAD YOUR SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT TO TUFTS’ DATABASE – TUFTS OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Did you submit a mid-term or final paper on a sustainability project idea for Tufts or its surrounding communities? If you have a report written on Tufts sustainability project ideas, please upload your reports to the Office of Sustainability Student Project Database, housed within the Tufts Digital Library. This database helps the Office of Sustainability and future Tufts students learn from previous research and build off it for future sustainability projects. Instructions to upload your projects are here.
TUFTS INTELLECTUAL COMMONS LAUNCHES – TUFTS OFFICE OF SCHOLAR DEVELOPMENT
The Tufts Office of Scholar Development has created a site Intellectual Commons, that will hopefully create a space for the Tufts community to share ideas and resources, and to celebrate themselves and each other. The website features a few main areas:
- A landing page featuring essays by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates exploring how their research/intellectual work helps them understand the current crisis.
- A “research” section that will feature student research, including the online version of the Undergraduate Research Symposium, as well as links to other symposia and research events at Tufts.
- An “events” section hosting links to different Tufts events: virtual talks, roundtables, etc., as well as social events like Netflix group watches, online discussion groups, etc.
- A “shared resources” section with links to different campus resources offering support in this time
- A section called “joy” where we are sharing memes, TV recommendations—anything that’s helping us get by and find joy
LAND BACK: INDIGENOUS LANDSCAPES OF RESURGENCE AND FREEDOM – DUMBARTON OAKS
April 29-June 10 (biweekly), Virtual
This symposium will be held virtually every two weeks on Thursdays from 2 to 4 p.m. ET: April 29, May 13, May 27, and June 10, 2021. The speakers’ pre-recorded papers will be available two weeks prior to each webinar and shared with registrants. The webinar will include facilitated discussions on the papers, allowing the audience to ask questions via a chat format.
This symposium aims to highlight how Indigenous peoples understand and practice political resurgence and freedom across the Americas by refusing colonial territorializations of Indigenous land and life-making practices. We place Indigenous practices of freedom within the particularities of Indigenous place-based laws, cosmologies, and diplomacies, while taking a hemispheric approach to understanding how Indigeneity is shaped across colonial borders. Registration is first come, first served and must be completed at least one week prior to each webinar is required.
INVESTING IN OUR ENERGY FUTURES VIRTUAL CONFERENCE – DARTMOUTH ENERGY FORUM
May 3-5, Virtual
Gather virtually with more than 30 energy experts from multiple sectors to examine:
- Investing to meet both increasing energy demand and climate targets
- Emerging technologies and the changing fossil-renewables mix
- Advancing social justice and global energy access
- Developing energy leaders
You’ll gain a deeper understanding of how we can create a more affordable, sustainable, and reliable energy future for all. You can attend all three days or join us for select sessions. $20 for general admission for all three days, and free for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.
2021 SUMMER STUDY ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRY – AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT ECONOMY (ACEEE)
July 13-15, Virtual
Our 14th biennial conference will offer a provocative and dynamic discussion of industry on the brink of transformation. With industry accounting for more than one-fourth of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, its decarbonization is more important than ever, and energy efficiency is a critical path forward. Reducing industrial emissions will not only help address climate change but also create clean energy jobs, protect public health, and ensure market competitiveness. Join us as we explore an exciting mix of topics on low-carbon industrial products, processes, and policies. These issues will include: smart energy management, manufacturing, electrification, supply chains, the U.S. auto industry, Big Data, emerging technologies, workforce development, onsite energy generation, grid of the future, low-carbon fuels, and carbon capture, utilization, and storage.
Internships, Fellowships, Grants
PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP – MASSDEVELOPMENT
MassDevelopment’s summer internships (June – August) offer experience with real-world challenges that go beyond what you will learn in the classroom. Interns will gain exposure to the work we do to support communities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – stimulating economic growth throughout the state. Equally important, interns will gain valuable knowledge that can be applied in the future, such as learning about a new field, building a network, and working with a team. Paid internships are available within all areas of the organization, including Community & Economic Development, Municipal Government & Administration, Real Estate Development & Management, Urban Planning & Development, and more. Some remote work may be required. Deadline to apply is May 30. Contact: Matt Wamback.
TALIESIN NAMKAI-MECHE MEMORIAL INTERNSHIP – CLIMATE, ENERGY, AND ENGAGEMENT – CADMUS
Boston, MA/Various locations
The Taliesin Namkai-Meche Memorial Internship was established by Cadmus to honor our friend and colleague, Taliesin. The internship is available to students who share Taliesin’s intellectual curiosity and passion for social justice. The Climate, Energy, and Engagement Intern will support a range of projects related to climate, energy, and resilience, with a particular emphasis on aspects of our work related to equity and engagement. The candidate should have a working knowledge across topics such as renewable energy policy, decarbonization, climate planning, and/or climate resilience.
SUSTAINABILITY INTERN – SARAH FLINT
At luxury footwear lifestyle brand Sarah Flint, we believe in design that inspires, quality and style that endures, and comfort that keeps you moving. We are seeking a forward-thinking, problem-solving, analytical graduate student or PhD candidate to help drive our sustainability goals and vision. The Sustainability Intern’s focuses include analyzing environmental impact within the Company’s supply chain, collecting and maintaining information about the Company’s products and vendors to ensure environmental compliance, and monitoring evolving sustainability standards, trends, and government regulations. Deadline to apply is April 9.
SEEKING A UEPODCAST CO-PRODUCER – TUFTS UEP
Do you have an interest in podcasting and a desire to practice the skill? Join the UEP communications team to help out with our latest endeavor—the UEPodcast! Launched in February, the UEPodcast serves as an extension of the Practical Visionaries blog. The goal is promote collaboration and co-creation across UEP’s networks, with participation from students, faculty members and alumni! Your role would involve supporting the release of two episodes per month. Responsibilities include:
- Soliciting episodes and episode ideas from the UEP community
- Producing some episodes yourself
- Supporting community members in making their own episodes
- Managing the release of episodes and blog posts to the Practical Visionaries blog
- Collaborating with the rest of the communications team to ensure cohesion across all of UEP’s communications efforts.
You don’t need to be a podcasting whiz – just someone with the interest and desire to learn! This role will require about 5 to 10 hours per week. Send applications to Ella.Brady@tufts.edu.
COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS INTERNSHIP/PART TIME – FINEPOINT ASSOCIATES
We are seeking a candidate to assist with exciting economic recovery planning efforts, including: 1) a regional plan focusing on a bikeway asset to support small business development in neighboring commercial districts, and 2) a plan for a traditional downtown in a low-moderate income city to assist businesses post COVID. Duties will include best practices research, data collection, and assistance with community engagement, writing, and project plans.
CLIMATE FINANCE INTERN – CENTER FOR CLEAN AIR POLICY (CCAP)
Washington, D.C./Remote work
The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) has an opening for a graduate-level, policy intern based in Washington, D.C or remote. The position will support CCAP’s climate finance policy work. S/he will provide research, analysis, report-writing and conference-preparation support for CCAP’s projects related to climate finance, including capacity building in developing countries. S/he will have the opportunity to contribute to research and analysis on NDC investment strategies, mobilization of private climate finance, and the role of public and private institutions in financing transformational climate projects and programs. This is a paid part-time position.
CARBON MARKETS INTERN – CENTER FOR CLEAN AIR POLICY (CCAP)
Washington, D.C./Remote work
The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) has an opening for a graduate-level, policy intern based in Washington, D.C. The position will support CCAP’s carbon markets policy work. S/he will provide research, analysis, report-writing and conference-preparation support for CCAP’s projects focused on climate change mitigation policies. S/he will have the opportunity to contribute to research and analysis in support of national policy recommendations and international thought leadership in one or more of the following areas. This is a paid part-time position (16-24 hours per week).
INTERNSHIP – MASSACHUSETTS HOUSING AND SHELTER ALLIANCE (MHSA)
COVID has dramatically changed Massachusetts’s homeless shelter system for unaccompanied adult individuals. MHSA sees a key opportunity to transition the shelter system from relying on emergency responses to focusing on housing solutions. MHSA has identified inadequate information about the current shelter system as a major barrier to pursuing this opportunity, as COVID-19 drove both the rapid creation of new sites and sudden changes to existing sites. MHSA is looking for a graduate student to a) assist with surveys collecting data about the services currently available, and b) use GIS tools to generate a public-facing map displaying the location and count of these services. This work will provide MHSA with a critical understanding about the shelter services currently available, plus new tools to use in its advocacy efforts.
SUMMER ASSOCIATE – SUSTAINABLE ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARD (SASB)
San Francisco, CA
The Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)’s mission is to help businesses around the world identify, manage, and report on the sustainability topics that matter most to their investors. While there is some flexibility, SASB expects a 10-12 week commitment. In this role, you will partner with SASB’s Analysts and take responsibility for a specific project in support of the development of SASB’s industry-specific standards. In supporting the development of the standards (or the market’s implementation of the standards), you may specialize in one or more sectors and collaborate with Analysts to assess the financial materiality of ESG issues, advance performance measurement, and help drive forward projects that support the market’s use of the SASB standards.
PART-TIME SUMMER WATER QUALITY AND ECOLOGY INTERNSHIP – NEPONSET RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
The Neponset River Watershed Association is looking for two enthusiastic interns, late spring through summer of 2021, with an interest in watershed sciences, water quality, and/or freshwater ecology. The interns will help with all aspects of our volunteer water quality monitoring programs and our brook trout habitat suitability project. This work will provide the interns experience with preparing sampling materials and supplies, field work, data management, laboratory sample analysis, and volunteer coordination. The interns will also assist with planning and coordination for the 2021 Fall Neponset River Cleanup.
RESEARCH INTERNSHIP – LOCAL ENTERPRISE ASSISTANCE FUND (LEAF)
The Local Enterprise Assistance Fund (LEAF) seeks a researcher to help identify financing vehicles/mechanisms that can effectively support the work of Community Land Trusts (CLTs) in the Greater Boston area in their goal to acquire and preserve permanently affordable housing. CLTs represent a unique tool for providing affordable housing, as they aim to hold land and preserve its affordability in perpetuity. The number of CLTs in Greater Boston has grown in recent years, as they gain recognition and popularity among community groups seeking solutions to Boston’s housing affordability crisis. However additional resources are needed for these CLTs to scale their housing portfolios. Pay is $25-35 per hour. Please contact Penn Loh (email@example.com) with any questions or to explore interest.
INTERN, FUTURE ENERGY MARKETS – EDF INC.
Los Altos, CA
The electricity industry is currently undergoing profound changes, and renewable energy resources are playing a central role in this evolution. However, these goals vary in their stringency, timeline, technologies to achieve these goals, and impact on new investments to make the 100% clean electricity transition possible. We are looking for support from an intern in the area to study 100% clean electricity and carbon reduction goals across different states and regions in the US.
2021-2022 GRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD – AIRPORT COOPERATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM
Washington, DC/Multiple Locations
The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP), a program of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, offers $12,000 Graduate Research Awards that include mentoring by national experts assigned by the ACRP, facilitation of access to ACRP resources, an expense-paid research presentation at the Transportation Research Board annual meeting in Washington, DC, and publication in the Transportation Research Record. Applications are due on May 14, 2021.
LAST CHANCE TO APPLY FOR SUMMER INTERNSHIP – KITTELSON & ASSOCIATES, INC.
There is still time to express interest in joining us for a summer internship! Learn more about the program and apply on our website. We restructured our 2020 internship in response to COVID-19 and are still evaluating options for Summer 2021, but we’re committed to providing a valuable learning experience to students through whatever form our internship takes. Contact: Megan Morrow
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP – OFFICE OF LIZ BREADON, BOSTON CITY COUNCILOR FOR ALLSTON-BRIGHTON
Boston, MA/Remote work
As a summer intern in Councilor Breadon’s office, you will have the opportunity to work on public policy, research, and other initiatives related to planning and development in the Allston-Brighton neighborhood. In response to such issues as development pressures, institutional expansion, rising housing costs, increasing displacement, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Councilor Breadon has initiated a process that will trigger the creation of a master plan for Allston-Brighton—the first such comprehensive plan in the neighborhood’s history. Our team seeks an intern to formulate best practices and recommendations for this master planning process. Though we have identified many topics of importance related to this process, we are happy to work with interns to create projects related to their specific interests.
STUDENT INTERNSHIPS (UNPAID) – INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION
Washington D.C./Remote work
We offer semester-long, volunteer (unpaid) positions that your school may accept as academic credit for course work. As part of our small, dynamic team, you’ll have important responsibilities and contribute directly to community-led development in Latin America and the Caribbean. We offer both in person and virtual options. Masters students can carry out an internship or join the IAF for a semester-long team task in order to fulfill their capstone requirement. Apply for an internship through Handshake or our website. We highly encourage POC candidates. We accept applications on a rolling basis but review applications starting on April 1 for the Summer Session.
DOLLAR STORE FOOD PURCHASE TEAM RESEARCH ASSISTANTS – TUFTS FRIEDMAN SCHOOL
Boston, MA/Remote work
Drs. Wenhui Feng (Public Health, Tufts University School of Medicine) and Sean Cash (Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition) are looking for two current Master’s or PhD students to join their dollar store food purchase team as research assistants. The first position (8-10 hours/week, $18/hour) is to assess the current landscape of dollar stores across the United States using the ESRI Business Locations database. Applicants with GIS and spatial analysis skills are desired. The second position (5-10 hours/week, $18/hour) is to support applications for external funds. Applicants must have strong writing skills and an interest in both the research topic and the process of grantwriting. Individuals with interest with either position is welcome to email your resume and a short description of your interest to the study to Carine Tarazi. Please state clearly which position(s) are of interest in your application.
FOOD SYSTEMS FELLOW – SOCRATUS FOUNDATION FOR COLLECTIVE WISDOM
The Fellow is an integral member of the team and is involved in wide and varied tasks to make the Food Systems work of Socratus possible. This will include working with partners, organizing workshops and convenings, basic research and other administrative and organizational support. To apply, please send your CV and cover email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Core responsibilities include:
- Support in Project management and planning for all Food Systems work.
- Interact and communicate with partners and stakeholders.
- Assist in organizing and planning for workshops and convenings.
- Provide documentation support.
- Conduct basic research and analysis of data.
- Establish and manage relationships with grantees and stakeholders.
POLICY INTERN – BOSTON CYCLISTS UNION
The Policy Intern will assist the BCU in researching and advocating for policies that promote biking throughout Greater Boston. This will include analyses of bike parking, winter maintenance of bike lanes, and more. The Policy Intern will report to the Director of Communications. The Intern will work closely with the Director of Communications on data collection, analysis and reporting, with the output helping to shape the BCU’s policy asks. This is a temporary, part-time position (about 10hrs/week on a flexible schedule.) This position will be paid (rate will be a fair wage TBD), and will be performed remotely for the foreseeable future.
CAMPUS ORGANIZING FELLOWSHIP – STUDENT PIRGS
The Student PIRGs have been working for 50 years to amplify the power of student activism, and help students make real change, right now. By recruiting, training and working alongside student activists on campaigns that get results, our organizers are helping to build a greener and healthier future. And as the nation has struggled with the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made sure that our crucial organizing work can happen digitally — and launched campaigns to advocate for policies that will keep people healthy and safe during the crisis. Our organizers provide students the training and resources needed to become movement leaders by recruiting volunteers, training potential leaders to take on more responsibility and doing campaign work themselves.
INTERNSHIP FOR RESEARCH ASSISTANT – CARBON TRUST
Created in 2001, we have developed into a world-leading and trusted expert in low carbon issues and sustainable strategies. We offer more than 16 years of unparalleled experience in the low carbon sector. Internship scope of work:
- Assist research on policy, technologies, market development of Low Carbon/Energy Efficiency development and Green Finance in China and other countries in Asia
- Translate Chinese or English documents and presentations
- Participate in project meetings, prepare for meeting materials and take notes
- Provide administrative assistance as necessary
- Assist edit and produce content for company Chinese website and WeChat account
CLEAN ENERGY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – NYSERDA
Up to $9 million is being made available over approximately 6 to 7 years to enhance the talent pipeline through meaningful clean energy internships to students or as described above. Funding is allocated on a first-come first-served basis to businesses that register, perform eligibility checks, and get all completed materials in to NYSERDA. Funding will be allocated until it is exhausted or until the submission deadline. Interns can work a maximum of 18 hours per week for any time the students are attending school full time. Intern wages that will be reimbursed can range from the NYS minimum wage at the time of hire to up to $17.00 per hour. Eligible businesses can hire as many interns as they can use in a meaningful internship experience, but each internship will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
PROJECT SHEPHERD – COGDESIGN
COGdesign seeks urban planners, landscape architects/designers, retired or practicing – anyone with some experience developing open space – to take on the role of ‘shepherd’ or project liaison for pro bono, community-initiated, community green space projects in Boston. Teams of two volunteer landscape architects/designers work with the community groups whose proposals COG has accepted to develop schematic drawings based on community input. Delivery of those drawings or a masterplan fulfills our contractual obligation to community clients, who go on to use the drawings to fundraise. Most projects last 4-6 months, but have three community meetings which the shepherd attends to support the designers if needed. Shepherds also document these meetings, taking notes and photos.
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – LEHIGH VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION
- Civil Environmental Engineer ($60,697-$88,010)
- Director of Transportation Planning and Data ($106,199-$159,299)
Deadline to apply is April 16
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL
- Sustainable Land Science Director (Arlington, VA/Remote work)
- Associate Research Scientist – Marine Protected Areas and Climate Change (Santa Barbara, CA)
PROGRAM OFFICER, FOOD INITIATIVE – ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION
New York, NY/Remote work
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – THE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPERS
Chelsea, MA/Remote work
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MANAGER – MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER
COMMUNITY ONE STOP COORDINATOR – EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (EOHED)
$35,247.68 – $100,907.45
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – RAIL~VOLUTION
CO-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – MAIN STREET ALLIANCE
Washington, DC/Remote work
$130,000 – $150,000
Deadline to apply is April 23
CONSERVATION ADMINISTRATOR – TOWN OF HOPKINTON
$69,472 – $90,313.60
Deadline to apply is April 5, 4pm
FTTE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY REP/ORGANIZER – MASSACHUSETTS TEACHERS ASSOCIATION (MTA)
Deadline to apply is April 11
PLANNER/URBAN DESIGNER – DODSON & FLINKER
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF HOUSING STRATEGY – CITY OF COLUMBUS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGE
Remote work/Various locations
- Practice Area Lead
- Experienced Project Manager
- Experienced Government Affairs/Market Intel Manager
- Experienced Renewable Energy Market & Policy Analyst, Modeling Emphasis
- Renewable Energy Market & Policy Analyst with policy focus
- Renewable Energy Market Analyst Fellow
PLANNER FOR COMMERCIAL DISTRICT RECOVERY PLANNING PROJECTS (PART TIME, TEMPORARY) – FINEPOINT ASSOCIATES
ANALYST, PERFORMANCE AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT – MBTA
$53,400.00 – $71,400.00
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – Y ANALYTICS
Washington, D.C./San Francisco, CA
- Manager, Impact Solutions
- Associate, Climate-focused ESG Performance & Impact
- Associate, Impact Solutions
Contact: Lee Scott (Tufts/Friedman alum)
PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR – TISCH COLLEGE, TALLOIRES NETWORK
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FELLOW – NEPONSET RIVER WATERSHED ASSOCIATION
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – FREEPORT CONSERVATION TRUST (FCT)
$55,000 – $65,000
SENIOR CLIMATE POLICY ANALYST – ACADIA CENTER
$88,000 to $103,000
CLIMATE FELLOW – CENTER FOR POLICY RESEARCH (CPR)
New Delhi, India
SENIOR POLICY ANALYST, CLEAN ENERGY INNOVATION – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION FOUNDATION (ITIF)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
- Clean Energy and Climate Specialist/Planner II
- Director of Equity, Culture and Operations
- Regional Housing + Land Use: Planner II or Senior Planner
$60,000.00 – $75,000.00; $90,000.00 – $110,000.00; $60,000.00 – $75,000.00
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE – CONNECT THE DOTS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
- Project Manager, EV Infrastructure (Los Angeles, CA)
- Specialist, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (San Diego, CA)
- Senior Coordinator (San Diego, CA)
ASSOCIATE/ANALYST, ORIGINATION & DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS – LONGROAD ENERGY
DIRECTOR OF EQUITY, CULTURE AND OPERATIONS – MASSACHUSETTS AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
$90,000.00 – $110,000.00
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – TOWN OF MEDFIELD
- Part Time Office Assistant, Planning & Zoning Department
- Conservation Agent ($28,760 – $35,950)
POLICY ANALYST – CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY CHOICE ASSOCIATION (CALCCA)
SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER – HARVARD UNIVERSITY OFFICE FOR SUSTAINABILITY
ASSOCIATE – HAMPDEN PARK CAPITAL AND CONSULTING (HPCC)
BETTER BUILDINGS CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR – MASSACHUSETTS CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK (MCAN)
RENEWABLE ENERGY ANALYST – MICROSOFT
ASSISTANT PLANNER – CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AGENCY FOR PLANNING (CMAP)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CADMUS
- Environmental / Social Specialist in International Development (Waltham, MA)
- International Energy & Climate Principal (Boston, MA/Arlington, VA)
DIRECTOR, NETWORK FINANCIAL OPTIMIZATION – VOLTA
San Francisco, CA
GEOANALYTICS SENIOR ANALYST – BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP (BCG)
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER/SCIENTIST – TETRA TECH
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – CITY OF CHELSEA
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASCO, INC
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – NEIGHBORHOOD OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING (NOAH)
FUNDRAISING AND COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT (PART TIME) – MASS REDISTRIBUTION FUND
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, RENEWABLE ENERGY (PART TIME) – VINCIVR
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – FOUNDRY CONSORTIUM
PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – MASSCEC
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – INSTITUTE FOR NONPROFIT PRACTICE
Boston, MA/New York, NY
- Chief Program Officer, Executive Vice President
- Vice President of National Expansion
- Program Director, New York
SEASONAL ENGINEERING AIDE I – MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (MASSDEP)
DIRECTOR – WORCESTER ROOTS
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ONEENERGY RENEWABLES
Seattle, WA/Various locations
Contact: Steve Griffith
MUNICIPAL VULNERABILITY PREPAREDNESS PROJECT COORDINATOR (PART-TIME) – CITY OF MEDFORD HEALTH DEPARTMENT
HUB LEADER (PART-TIME) – BIKE & BUILD
VENTURES ASSOCIATE – POWERHOUSE
Oakland, CA/Remote work
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ASCEND ANALYTICS, LLC
INCUBATOR FARM MANAGER – NEW ENTRY SUSTAINABLE FARMING PROJECT
BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY – PLANNER I
CLIMATE RISK SPECIALIST – EAST WEST CENTER
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BOSTON FARMS COMMUNITY LAND TRUST
- Executive Director (20 hrs/wk)
- Farm Development Manager (20 hrs/wk)
- Program Coordinator (15-20 hrs/wk)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – BUILDERS OF COLOR COALITION
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER – B’NAI B’RITH HOUSING (BBH)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – THE ICA GROUP
Boston or Northampton, MA
$73,000-$78,000; $62,000-$67,000; $68,000-$73,000
PROGRAM ASSISTANT – SEMAP (SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL PARTNERSHIP)
South Dartmouth, MA
GAS POLICY ANALYST – MASSACHUSETTS DEPT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPAIGN ORGANIZER – GREEN CORPS
POLICY ASSOCIATE – THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
REGIONAL HOUSING & LAND USE PLANNER II OR SENIOR PLANNER – METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC)
SENIOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNER – OLD COLONY PLANNING COUNCIL
SOLAR PROGRAM MANAGER – MASSACHUSETTS DEPT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – U.S. PIRG (PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP)
- Transportation Policy Campaign Associate (Denver, CO)
- Transform Transportation Campaign Associate (Boston, MA)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – ENVIRONMENT AMERICA
- Campaign Associate for Environmental Legislation
- Zero Carbon Campaign Associate
- Environment Oregon Campaign Associate
- Renewable Energy Campaign Associate
- Climate Change Campaign Associate (Philadelphia, PA)
SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR – TOWN OF WESTON
$58,192 – $68,379
PROJECT MANAGER – PLANNING OFFICE FOR URBAN AFFAIRS
COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR – TOWN OF WALPOLE
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – MASCO (MEDICAL ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION)
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – NEW ENERGY RISK
- Insurance Program Manager
- Principal Engineer
- Vice President, Business Development
- Senior Actuarial Analyst
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (PART-TIME) – GROUNDWORK SOMERVILLE
MULTIPLE POSITIONS – COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
- Manager of Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs ($41,017.08 – $117,685.92)
- MDI Assistant Coordinator, Contractor
ENVIRONMENTAL/URBAN PLANNER – FORT POINT ASSOCIATES/TETRA TECH