APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN! BE A GLOBAL HEALTH CORPS FELLOW The world is ready for a change. Global Health Corps is building a generation of global health leaders that looks, thinks, and acts differently. They are engineers, designers, and data analysts.
The Research on Adaptation to Climate Change (RACC) internship program is designed to provide student research opportunities in lake and watershed ecology, climatology, hydrology, biogeochemistry, soil nutrients, environmental engineering and environmental policy and management, as well as computer science and
Please join us on Thursday, November 12 at 7:00 p.m. in Axinn 219 to learn about new a public policy innovation that is helping accelerate progress on society’s most challenging social problems. Pay for Success contracts (also called Social Impact
Here are 5 change-maker themed opportunities if you’re interested in social entrepreneurship, human-centered design, female empowerment, and having a little fun(!) — compliments of our friends at StartingBloc: 1 USC Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE) The MSSE
Passionate about alleviating poverty, closing the achievement gap, engaging in environmental issues, working toward healthier futures, and more? Consider applying to a New Sector Fellowship, a paid intensive opportunity for emerging leaders and students who are committed to the social
From alumnae, Annie Davies ’06: “Anyone looking for an entry level position in international development and global health, at a fun, fast-paced organization? Check out the position – Program Assistant – Asia and Eastern Europe.
A Middlebury alumnae, Hilary Platt ’12, associate manager Product Marketing is working with Opower’s president on a task force to make Opower a greener company– from office operations to flying to events. They are looking for 2-3 students to spend