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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.

Internship – Center for Coalfield Justice

The nonprofit Center for Coalfield Justice is seeking one or two Social and Environmental Justice Interns this IAP period to do hands-on research and community engagement on the energy transition in southwestern Pennsylvania. Read more or apply by email.

Fellowships – MIT Office of Sustainability

The MIT Office of Sustainability is seeking student applicants for part-time, paid Sustainability Fellowships for the Academic Year 2019-2020. Fellowship positions available include Sustainable Procurement and Waste and Sustainable Food and Garden. View more information on each position and send applications to mitosjobs@mit.edu.

Job – MIT Office of Sustainability

MITOS is also seeking a Sustainability Data Analyst to manage and analyze relevant data across campus. View more information and apply online.

Job – Upstream Tech

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

Job – E3

E3, an energy consulting firm, is hiring entry-level consultants for its Boston office. Learn more and apply online.

Grant – J-WAFS

The Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab has opened its 2020 call for proposals for Water and Food Seed Grants. Two-year grants of up to $150,000 are available for projects in any area of food and water safety, security and sustainability. Read the RFP and apply online by January 16.

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.

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.