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Recent Midd graduates listen up! A Midd alum has just informed us that OPOWER is seeking an Energy Efficiency Coordinator. Here is the job description and OPOWER information.

Calling all tree huggers! The vegetation team at Hubbard Brook is looking for three enthusiastic, physically fit, outdoor oriented students to join their team from 1 June – 15 Aug 2011. The job includes free housing at the lovely Mirror Lake hamlets. The main focus will be re-surveying tree sizes for long-term tagged trees. You […]

The Natural Areas Program at Metro: Conservation Internship Application deadline: Friday, March 25th Project Background: In 2006, voters approved a $230 million dollar bond measure to protect natural areas and safeguard Portland area water quality. With this bond measure, more than 2,400 acres have been acquired in addition to the 8,200 acres acquired under the […]

The Bard Center for Environmental Policy offers two Master of Science degrees, one in Environmental Policy and a second in Climate Science and Policy. The application deadline for both programs is May 1.  We also offer conditional admission, giving qualified students the chance to complete pre-requisites or submit their GRE’s over the summer. At Bard […]

The Wetland Greenhouse Assistant will be responsible for: 1) Seeding, dividing, and transplanting herbaceous wetland plants. 2) Propagating trees and shrubs to the tubeling and container stage. 3) Collecting (and cleaning) seeds in wetlands at various times throughout the spring, summer, and fall. 4) Shipping plants to customers; 5) Assisting in the development of business […]

Do you have a great idea that would benefit Middlebury students, the environment, and/or the community? Apply to the Middlebury College David S. Stone ‘74 Tree House Fund! What is it? · Up to $2000 total is available this year to fund one or several creative student projects that benefit Middlebury students, the environment, or […]

Panel Discussion: Athletics and Art as Agents of Social Change Thursday, January 20, Wright Theatre, 7:00 p.m. A panel discussion will explore the experiences of individuals working in the sport-for-development and art-for-development sectors. It will expose Middlebury students to various opportunities in these burgeoning fields. Panelists include:

Website: http://burlingtonlegacyproject.org The Legacy Project is a partnership effort aimed to bring the Legacy Action Plan, Burlington’s vision for sustainability in 2030, to life. The Plan, reflective of input from hundreds of community members, is based on five major themes: economy, neighborhoods, youth and life skills, governance, and the environment. Job Title: Social Media Outreach […]

Center for Whole Communities at Knoll Farm in Waitsfield, Vermont is looking for interns for the 2011 season. This is a great opportunity to experience working on an organic farm and education center, and to meet a diverse group of leaders from the environmental field. Summer Internship Description:

Bard CEP is looking for motivated students who are ready to embark on an exciting educational journey through their pioneering master’s degree programs in environmental policy and climate policy. The deadline for admission is March 15, 2011.

Dec
10

The Job: Educator What we need: A dynamic, science-savvy, education-driven performer to deliver ACE multimedia presentations on climate change to high school students in New England.  (Check out our trailer to get a taste of our presentation.) You’ll be in the trenches with high school students, communicating the essential science of climate change in a […]

The Job: Regional Managing Educator – Los Angeles What we need: A dynamic, science-minded, education-driven performer to deliver our multimedia presentations on climate change to high school students in Greater Los Angeles. (Check out our trailer to get a taste of our presentation.) You’ll be in the trenches with high school students, communicating the essential […]

I graduated this past February and got a job as a Seasonal Research Technician with the Rodale institute in PA. Rodale is a great fit for anyone interested in organics, climate change, research, etc. Each year, Rodale hires 4-5 Seasonal Research Technicians to coordinate and execute our on-farm research. It isn’t an internship, but the […]

Good Food Jobs is seeking an Outreach Intern to help expand coverage of diverse good food jobs across the country (and the globe). About Good Food Jobs: Based in Brooklyn, NY, Good Food Jobs is the first online job search tool for people who want meaningful food work. it was created by Taylor Cocalis and […]

Nov
29

Remember getting your resume checked by one of our sweetastic counselors? Remember them telling you that you should use your employer’s language and incorporate it into your resume and cover letters? If not, you really should stop by the Adirondack house because the counselors do have some killer advices. But back to my main point: […]

Nov
19

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Nov
19

http://www.uniteforsight.org/volunteer-abroad Unite For Sight’s Global Impact Corps is a high-impact immersive global health experience for students and for professionals. Unite For Sight is the world’s leader in socially responsible, effective volunteering abroad. Unite For Sight prides itself on offering the best global health experience for our Global Impact Fellows, coupled with the highest quality of […]

http://jobs.oriongrassroots.org/ Go get ‘em.

Changemakers® is a community of action where we all collaborate on solutions. We know we have the power to solve the world’s most pressing social problems. We’re already doing it, one project, one idea at a time. How do we do it? We talk about the issues, share stories and mentor, advise, and encourage each […]

From green building to environmental education & organic farming, if you’re passionate about making change in the world, there’s a job or internship at The Grassroots Jobsource.