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UROPs and Work Study – Cities and Climate Change

ESI is participating in a research collaboration on cities, climate change, and urban resilience focused on Bangkok and other cities in Thailand. This project will employ six undergraduate and graduate students at MIT for a variety of positions. Learn more or contact John Fernandez to apply.

Internships – MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative

ESI is seeking undergraduate interns this spring semester to help produce the TILclimate podcast, create new educational content for the MIT Climate Portal, and plan a workshop on policy solutions for plastic waste. Internships will be paid and hours may be flexible. Contact Daniela Stoudenkova with questions or to apply.

Job – Climate Action Through Education

An interdisciplinary team at MIT is developing new materials for high school teachers to help them bring climate change lessons into their classrooms. The team is hiring a Project Manager to steward the initiative, as a part-time, 9-month position. Contact Rowan Elowe for details or to apply.

Fellowship – The Millennium Fellowship

The Millennium Fellowship is a worldwide network of undergraduates who participate in a semester-long leadership development program, focused on the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, as part of a cohort of fellows on their campus. The early deadline is January 31 and final deadline is April 30. Learn more and apply.

Fellowship – UNH Sustainability Fellows

The University of New Hampshire is seeking Sustainability Fellows for 2020. Applicants can be graduate students, recent graduates, or undergraduates, and if selected will be matched with an on-site sustainability project with a partner organization in New England. Learn about the 2020 projects and apply by February 10.

Fellowship – Marine Policy

The John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program matches graduate students interested in marine policy issues with hosts in the legislative or executive branch of the federal government for one-year paid fellowships. Applications for the 2021 fellowships are due February 21. Learn more.

Fellowship – Martin Fellowships for Sustainability

The Martin Society of Fellows for Sustainability will fund two semesters of research for approximately ten PhD candidates at MIT focused on environmental or social sustainability. Nominations are due February 28. Learn how to be nominated.

Fellowship – MIT Energy Fellows

The Society of Energy Fellows at MIT is open for 2020 nominations for graduate and postdoctoral researchers. Applications are due March 20. Learn how to be nominated.

Job – Mothers Out Front

Mothers Out Front, a nationwide climate advocacy group, is seeking a full-time community organizer for its Quincy office. Apply online.

Jobs – Greentown Labs

Greentown Labs, a Boston-area cleantech incubator, is hiring for a Strategic Partnerships Program Manager, an Events Manager, and a Safety Manager. Learn more.

Job – Upstream Tech

Upstream Tech, a company that uses technology to enhance and monitor conservation projects, is seeking a new member of its business development team. Learn more.

Grant – Davis Projects for Peace

MIT’s PKG Center invites undergraduates to apply for the Davis Projects for Peace Fellowship, awarding $10,000 for any student project that promotes peace. Learn more and submit your application by email by February 3.

Grant – Circular City

Circular City, a collaboration between New Lab and the NYC Economic Development Corporation, will provide grant funding for startups to undertake pilot projects on the circular economy or energy efficiency in New York City. Learn more and apply by February 14. Contact Circular City with questions.

Contest – Sustainable Investing Challenge

The Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge invites teams of graduate students to submit their ideas for novel financial instruments that promote social and environmental welfare. Apply by February 20.

Volunteer – Environmental Voter Project

The Environmental Voter Project is seeking Campus Coordinators to give 1-5 hours a week to promote voter registration and campus political organizing around environmental issues. Apply online.