Author Archives: Tracy Himmel Isham

SENIOR FEBS: Interested in energy efficiency, environmental justice, and/or human behavior?

Coming from an alumna: the Consortium for Energy Efficiency in Boston, MA is hiring a full-time Program Assistant for their plan to launch a new Center that focuses on both equity and behavior (Center for Energy Behavior and Equity). One of the roles is Bachelor’s level and would be great for a Feb. For any ES/Psychology major this could be the break you’v been looking for. Contact Kira Ashby at if you have any questions regarding this position posting.

SENIORS: Interested in Food Justice?

Applications open January 10 – Mark your calendars!  

Applications for our next class of service members open in less than a month from now, on January 10, 2022. What does it mean to serve with FoodCorps? 

FoodCorps service members get kids excited about growing, cooking, and eating healthy food. In classrooms, cafeterias, and school gardens, they help students build positive connections with fruits and veggies that last a lifetime. This full-time, paid position is ideal for anybody who’s passionate about making a difference in their community through teaching, gardening, and food justice. 

As a service member, you’ll implement FoodCorps’ evidence-based strategies to help schools become healthier places to grow and learn. The majority of a service member’s time is spent teaching in the classroom and garden, and the amount you are spending on each of the below activities will vary.

Are you that “someone” who’d be a great fit for FoodCorps service? 

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps’ Food and Farm Program is Hiring

The Farm @ VYCC is hiring for several AmeriCorps positions! 
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps’ Food and Farm Program is a dynamic youthdevelopment, diversified agriculture and food security initiative. We believe in the power that food has to connect us to the land, our community, and each other. We engage young people in organic farming and culinary education on our historic 400-acre campus in 
Richmond, Vermont where we grow organically certified vegetables and pasture-raised chickens that are distributed to more than 400 families through our 
nationally recognized Health Care Share program. 
Project Leads (7 positions) 
Project Leads serve on the farm from freezing March mornings, through sweaty July days, until crisp October evenings. They serve out in the fields, in 
greenhouses, work with livestock, and jump in to problem solve the daily challenges of the farm. Project Leads bring their adaptability, commitment, 
and passion for food & farming to the farm program. 
Crew Leaders (7 positions; 5 youth crew leaders and 2 production crew leaders) 
Farm Crew Leaders’ responsibilities shift across the season. Spring is for learning and doing: tending crops in greenhouses and planting the fields; working with volunteers. In summer, they lead either a youth or young adult crew. In fall, they harvest mountains of vegetables in support of Health Care Share program. There are two types of Crew Leader positions- leading a crew of youth or young adults. Regardless of age, crews work in all areas of thefarm; they plant and harvest, care for livestock, and explore how to cook with what they’ve grown. 
To learn more and apply: 

Lily Bradburn (they/them)

Community Health Program Manager

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps


The Farm at VYCC exists on unceded traditional lands of Abenaki peoples. | @thefarmatVYCC |Yes! I want to support VYCC!

Announcing the 2022 Meridian Institute Project Associate & Ruckelshaus Fellowship application cycle!

Meridian Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the eleventh annual application cycle for our Ruckelshaus Fellowship Program! Meridian is a mission-driven, non-profit organization that has helped our clients and partners develop and implement solutions to complicated, often controversial problems—big and small, global and local—on issues of climate change, food systems, forests, water, science and technology, and more. Meridian Institute designs, manages, and facilitates collaborative processes that bring people together who understand the issues and have a stake in their resolution.  

The Meridian Institute Project Associate Position & Ruckelshaus Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for early-career professionals to contribute to Meridian’s mission to help people collaborate to solve complex problems, make informed decisions, and implement solutions that improve lives, the environment, and the economy. 

Project Associate Fellows are embedded in project teams and engaged in varied and highly complex issues, learn about multi-party collaborative problem solving from experienced facilitators, and work directly with leaders from diverse sectors and interest groups. The Fellowship is a two-year, full-time position assigned to Meridian’s Dillon, CO or Washington, DC offices. Project Associate Fellows who are selected will begin work in June 2022 or earlier.  

Linked here is our Project Associate & Ruckelshaus Fellowship Application Guide, which provides an in-depth look into the fellowship—including position responsibilities, application instructions, FAQs, and insight from current and past fellows. The deadline to submit applications is 10 pm EST, Monday, January 17, 2022. 

Thank you for your interest in the Ruckelshaus Fellowship! We look forward to your application. Please reach out to with any further inquiries. For more information about Meridian Institute, please visit

Non-Profit Consulting Remote Externship

Paragon One is collaborating with PwC to launch Remote Externships with Non-Profit Organizations. 

This is a great remote externship opportunity to share with students if they are interested in exploring a career in non-profit consulting and gaining professional, resume-building experience with a leading professional service firm. 


Non-Profit Consulting Remote Externship

About the program:

As an extern in our Non-Profit Consulting Remote Externship program, you will learn strategic consulting skills to analyze and evaluate challenges from non-profit organizations using consulting frameworks, in an overall effort to help them solve their important problems. Selected individuals will be paired with a specific non-profit organization and dive into their strategic problems, such as development, impact assessment, process improvements, talent engagement, communication, and strategic positioning. Throughout this externship program, professionals from PwC will provide mentorship and coaching. 

Open to students from all majors 

100% remote 

Part-time (10 hours/week for 7 weeks) 

Running from January to March


Training included 

$500 Stipend 

                                   Apply here 



We are seeking ambitious undergraduate students with an interest in consulting, strategy, and non-profits. This program is for students who would like to explore the consulting profession while generating ideas to help impact non-profit organizations.

Please note: Individuals interested in this externship opportunity must apply through the Paragon One link provided in this program description, as this is a Paragon One-managed externship. This remote externship is not directly with the PwC US firm, nor does it qualify for, or imply, or guarantee an internship or full-time role with PwC. 

Forest Foundation Paid Non-Profit Summer Internship Program

 Are you an avid participant in community service work around your college or home community? Forest Foundation is now accepting applications to our paid summer internship program. We provide opportunities for undergraduate college students to gain experience in the non-profit world though paid internships and accompanying leadership development program in the Greater Boston area over 10 weeks during the summer. Interns engage in general operations of a host agency and learn critical skills for potential careers in the world of philanthropy. 

Applications open: December 1

Application deadline: February 15.

To learn more, visit:  Questions? Email: