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Vermont Innovation Summer: Education Intern @Center for Women & Enterprise

This opportunity is part of Middlebury College’s Vermont Innovation Summer cohort program, sponsored by the Innovation Hub. This program supports students working with companies and on self-directed projects across Burlington’s innovation ecosystem. For more information about Vermont Innovation Summer, please contact Ben Yamron at byamron@middlebury.edu.

This position comes with access to affordable, fee-based dormitory housing through an educational partner in Burlington. More information will be available in April upon the intern’s offer of employment.


The Center for Women & Enterprise Vermont (CWEVT) is an inclusive economic empowerment organization. We help women business owners and aspiring women entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses by providing greater access to the resources, tools, and support they need. We are home to the Vermont Women’s Business Center, which receives partial federal funding to provide no-cost business counseling and tons of training experiences to women entrepreneurs at all stages of their development.  


CWE seeks a dynamic, organized independent person to oversee the redesign of some of our signature entrepreneurship education programs. This position is great for students interested in educational design, Universal Design, entrepreneurship, and branding.

Entrepreneurship Training Curricula Internship – CWE is known for its entrepreneurial training experiences, where entrepreneurs have a chance to connect deeply with the community and with each other to build their businesses. Over the last year, CWE has undergone an extensive curriculum audit, conducted by outside parties, with an eye on best practices in adult education, cultural competency, and feminist principles in business. Now, we need those updates and suggestions vetted and incorporated into our 3 signature curricula: Getting To Your First Sale, Business Planning, and Power Forward: Strategic Growth Planning. 

Summer Opportunity: VT Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Wetlands Program – Mapping Intern

Vermont Agency of Natural Resources

Spend your summer outdoors supporting the State of Vermont’s Wetlands Program with cataloguing and mapping valuable wetland ecosystems. The internship will focus on updating Geographical Information Systems (GIS) mapping products, as well as providing assistance in the form of data management and field work. The intern will learn about the Vermont Wetland Rules, State and Federal environmental regulations, how to identify wetlands remotely via desktop review and in the field, and how integral mapping is to the success of wetland protection. In-the-office support will focus on developing and improving wetland mapping products in the Esri ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro environments. 

This posting is part of the MiddWorks for Vermont Summer Internship Fellows Program. CCI is funding 25 Vermont-based summer student internships in 2022 with a variety of organizations. This internship is funded with a CCI award of $4,000.00. If you are offered and accept this internship, please be aware that your funding for this position is provided by CCI, and therefore you will be required to complete funded internship paperwork. Typically, seniors graduating in May and those who have not been enrolled for Spring ’22 are not eligible for CCI sponsored internships, but occasional exceptions are made. Students planning to transfer in the Fall are also not eligible.

Learn About Legislative Process Related to Climate Change, Land Use , Environmental Justice, and Clean Water in Vermont?

Apply to be a 2022 Legislative Intern for the Spring semester. Would you – or someone you know – like to learn about the legislative process, tracking issues related to climate change, land use (including Act 250, housing and transportation), environmental justice, clean water, forests and wildlife?

The Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC), Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) and the Vermont Planners Association (VPA) are seeking a Legislative Intern to help track forward-looking environmental legislation moving through the State House during the 2022 legislative session (January through May 2022).

Duties will include:

·  Monitoring relevant State House hearings and reporting to VNRC, VCV and VPA staff on results of those hearings;

·  Tracking the movements of, and changes made to, specific bills that VNRC, VCV and VPA are following;

·  Possibly engaging with lawmakers; and

·  Additional tasks, as assigned, which could include conducting basic research, drafting bill summaries, and developing talking points or other documents for VNRC, VCV and VPA staff to use to advance our issues in the Legislature

The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated interest in state-level policies and policy-making, strong oral and written communication skills, and be diplomatic, curious, and able to take initiative. The typical schedule for this position is Tuesday through Friday, 32 hours per week, with a mix of both remote and in-person work based in Montpelier, Vermont.  VNRC adheres to the latest CDC, state and local guidelines, and requires that all applicants be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  Compensation is $12.55 per hour.  The internship starts on January 11, 2022 and ends in May.

VNRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages applications from candidates whose identities have been historically underrepresented in the environmental movement, including people who identify as Black, Indigenous, Hispanic or Latino, Asian or Pacific Islander, or people of color; people from marginalized economic backgrounds; and people living with disabilities. 

Please apply by sending your resume and a letter of interest to Alex Connizzo, aconnizzo@vnrc.org, by November 5, 2021. 

Audubon Vermont Summer Internship Positions

Audubon Vermont has opened our summer internship positions. These are paid part-time positions with a hands on in the field work with a learning focus in environmental education and conservation work. We are hoping you can share these opportunities with your young professional communities. 

Here is the link to our Job Opportunities page and the positions are listed below.

·        Part-time Seasonal Conservation Interns. We’re hiring three seasonal Conservation Interns to help with a variety of conservation projects. Learn more and apply for these: Conservation Intern, Conservation Intern, Forestry, and Conservation Intern, Raptors & Farms.

·        Part-time Seasonal Education Interns. We are hiring two education interns to help us with summer programming at the center, learn more and apply here!

If you have any questions, contact, Rae Bronenkant, Youth Leadership Coordinator, 802-434-3068, Audubon Vermont | Green Mountain Audubon Center, 255 Sherman Hollow Road | Huntington, VT 05462, vt.audubon.org