Internship – City of Miami
The City of Miami is seeking a Climate Vulnerability Assessment Intern for a remote internship this summer. MIT’s PKG Center is providing funding for this internship opportunity under its Social Impact Internship program. Learn how to apply.
Internships – Miami Parks
The Deering Estate Foundation and Miami-Dade County are seeking digitally-savvy interns to build online tools for marine and coastal conservation with the Miami Parks Department. MIT’s PKG Center is providing funding for these internship opportunities under its Social Impact Internship program. Apply to be a Conservation Website Design Intern or a Conservation GIS Intern by July 1.
Internships – Miami Office of Resilience
Miami-Dade County is seeking multiple interns in its Office of Resilience to contribute to climate resilience programs. MIT’s PKG Center is providing funding for these internship opportunities under its Social Impact Internship program. Apply to be an Adaptation Planning Intern, Resilient305 Online Hub Architect, or an Efficiency (Mitigation) Intern.
Internship – SolarFi
SolarFi, an organization using solar power to provide last-mile energy for sustainable development, is seeking an electrical or mechanical engineering intern to build a solar-powered COVID testing station in Boston. Contact SolarFi to apply.
Internship and Job – Product Stewardship Institute
The Product Stewardship Institute, dedicated to policy approaches toward a circular economy and benign waste management, is seeking an Environmental Policy and Program Intern, as well as a Senior Director for Policy and Programs.
Jobs – City of Boston
The City of Boston is hiring a Climate Resilience Program Manager. Apply online.
Job – Better Future Project
Job – Mothers Out Front
Contest – Science and SciLifeLab
The Science and SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists is now open for 2020 submissions. This prize will award up to $30,000 for graduate student essays about thesis work in four scientific fields, including ecology and the environment. Winners also receive a trip to an award ceremony in Stockholm. Learn more and apply by July 15.
Contest – James Dyson Award
The James Dyson Award is open to engineering or design students proposing a new product that solves a problem. Winning ideas can receive up to $50,000, with a bonus prize category open only to sustainable concepts. Learn more and enter as an individual or team by July 16.
Volunteer – En-ROADS Climate Ambassadors
Learn about minoring in Environment & Sustainability at MIT!