Tag Archives: Energy Efficiency

Interested in Working on Equity in Energy Efficiency Programs? CEE is HIRING!

This opportunity comes to us via a Middlebury alum who is looking for a graduating senior or graduated Feb:

The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) is seeking a motivated, highly organized individual to serve as a Program Assistant for the new Center for Energy Behavior and Equity at CEE focusing on the human dimensions of energy efficiency programs. The Center will address the challenge of ensuring that energy users benefit more equitably from efficiency programs. This work will also focus on how to leverage behavioral science techniques and nudges (such as social norms, loss aversion, anchor bias, etc.) to benefit energy efficiency programs. The launch of this new Center builds off of CEE’s current collaboration with the UsersTCP of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on better engaging “Hard to Reach” (HTR) customers (such as low income, low-English proficiency, BIPOC, and small businesses) in energy efficiency programs.

For more information and to apply for this late-breaking position, see the full job description HERE. Don’t wait for the deadline, get your application in as soon as possible. Please direct any questions to Middlebury alumnae, Kira Ashby at kashby@cee1.org.

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 kashby@cee1.org if you have any questions regarding this position posting.

SENIORS: Metrus Energy Asset Manager Job in SF!

Metrus Energy, a specialty finance company established by a Middlebury alum providing project development and financing services for energy efficiency retrofit projects, is growing and expanding their team. Their portfolio of energy efficiency assets span 23 states and save over a billion kWh of electricity. They are hiring for an entry-level Asset Manager, Energy Efficiency position committed to scaling energy and water efficiency retrofits in the built environment. Join five other Middlebury team members located in their San Francisco office.

To learn more details about the job and to submit an application on Handshake, please click on this link. Apply before the deadline!

HOT Handshake SOCIAL IMPACT Jobs & Internships Week of 3/4-3/8

Another week of rich social impact opportunities–both internships and jobs–with deadlines. Check them out HERE. There are several data analyst jobs in the energy sector and the Zero Hunger Internship Program with the Congressional Hunger Center, a curriculum development & design internship at the New England Aquarium, internships at the European Parliament Office in Washington, DC, and many more…..

Also, if you think you might have a difficult time finding an opportunity because you’ll have a few gaps in your summer because of other planned events, fear not, try searching Handshake using the keyword REMOTE. Also, check out this event below which might be interesting for seniors from our friends at Bard:

How to Get a Job in Sustainability – Virtual Session

Purpose-Driven Careers in Business, NGOs, and Government

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | 7pm EST

Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College, will outline career strategies for both soon-to-be and recent college graduates, and for professionals looking to make a move. Goodstein will provide participants with a concrete job-search strategy, discuss what the current political climate means for careers in social and environmental sustainability, and also field questions in a live, interactive webinar. Webinar link will be sent upon completion of registration. Registration Link: https://gps.bard.edu/how-to-get-a-job-in-sustainability-3-6-19

HOT Handshake SOCIAL IMPACT Jobs & Internships Week of 2/25-3/4

Another week of rich social impact opportunities–both internships and jobs–with deadlines. Check them out HERE. There are several data analyst jobs in the energy sector and the Zero Hunger Internship Program with the Congressional Hunger Center, a curriculum development & design internship at the New England Aquarium, internships at the European Parliament Office in Washington, DC, and many more…..

Also, if you think you might have a difficult time finding an opportunity because you’ll have a few gaps in your summer because of other planned events, fear not, try searching Handshake

ZEM (Zero Energy Modular) on Tour in Downtown Middlebury!

Model home located next to new park, on site of old town offices

Open Houses:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00 – 6:00p
Saturdays 10:00 – 12:00p

Ever wondered how healthy, comfortable, and resilient a new home could be? Visit an open house to learn about Efficiency Vermont’s Zero Energy Modular (ZEM) Program and see ZEM On Tour, a traveling model home. Tour a zero energy home that makes as much energy as it uses, see solar and battery storage in action, and learn about subsidies and financing options.

The house can be visited during the above Open House dates/times or a private tour can be scheduled for any interested classes, groups or individuals. For more information, contact Peter Schneider ’97 at 488-0916 or pschneider@veic.org.

Check out this report about ZEM homes created by Professor of History and ES Kathy Morse’s Spring 2017 ENVS 401 class: Storytelling for Zero-Energy Modular Homes: A Collaborative Initiative with Efficiency Vermont’s Mobile Home Replacement Program http://www.middlebury.edu/system/files/media/ZEM%20Homes%20Final%20Report.pdf