Category Archives: Jobs & Internships

Second Nature Implementer | September 2022

Reposted From: Second Nature The Implementer September 2022 NOTABLE NEWS Leaders of Color Summit SessionJoin the Planning Committee! Members of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) community on campuses and in communities are invited to join the planning committee to plan a Summit session for the 2023 Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit.  The development of the planning […]

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AASHE Bulletin – September 22 edition

Reposted From AASHE September 21, 2022 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Advertise News of the Week 2022 AASHE Sustainable Campus Index Lists Top Performers The Sustainable Campus Index (SCI) recognizes top-performing colleges and universities in 17 sustainability impact areas, and overall by institution type, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS). This year’s SCI introduces […]

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Seeking Mentoring Coordinator for Everybody Wins!

Everybody Wins! VermontSchool-based literacy mentoring program Help children and reading mentors enjoy books together over lunch. Site coordinator openings in Chittenden County at J.J. Flynn Elementary School  and Edmunds Elementary School in Burlington . 10 hours/week starting in September, follows the school calendar and ends in mid-May with minimal and flexible summer hours. Starting pay […]

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COTS has been busy this month!

Reposted From: COTS Alert: *Our admin offices will close at 3pm on September 21st and September 29th.* COTS Moments Your support helps COTS end the cycle of homelessness for past clients like Emily. Emily is a single mom with two young children. She had been staying in the ESD hotel system and moved into the COTS family shelter […]

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Capital Semester in D.C. – Spring Application Open

Applications for The Fund for American Studies’ Spring 2023 Capital Semester program in Washington, D.C. are being accepted until the final deadline of November 15. The comprehensive Capital Semester program includes: 12 academic credits from George Mason University. A guaranteed internship placement in public policy, international affairs, journalism, communications or the nonprofit sector. Housing in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill […]

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Climate Internships for Spring 2023

CCL is a national nonprofit organization that builds grassroots support for climate legislation. I’m reaching out today to share some opportunities that may be of interest to your students and learn how we can better support your institution. We are currently recruiting students and recent graduates to join our team as interns or fellows. We […]

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Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 Student Eco-Reps

The Champlain College Eco-Reps Program trains student leaders who inspire and motivate their peers to live as sustainably as possible on campus and beyond. This is a paid position (you do not have to be work study eligible). New Eco-Reps must reside in a Champlain College residence hall.  Go to our website for more information […]

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Announcing Fall 2022 Internship Applications – deadline: August 29

We are pleased to share the launch of the Fall 2022 term of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This summer, CCUWDP is offering 49 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are now available.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in […]

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USCRI Vermont is hiring a Community Partnership Coordinator and other ways to engage

View the August 2022 newsletter in your browser USCRI Vermont is hiring a Community Partnership Coordinator – The full time position will be responsible for implementing and managing family friends, volunteer, and community partnership programs in northern and central Vermont. These programs are designed to:  – Expand and strengthen engagement of local community groups, faith-based […]

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