Dear friends and colleagues, The University of New Hampshire is inviting applications for our competitive 2014 Climate Fellowship program (formerly the Clean Air-Cool Planet Climate Fellowships Program), now through March 17th. We have 10 amazing projects in the works for this summer and are looking for talented emerging young professionals to fill them. Please forward this announcement to any who you think may benefit! Thanks in advance. Best regards, -Jenn Andrews
Summer Climate Fellowships The University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute (UNHSI) Climate Fellowships–made possible thanks to the Ted Smith Fund for the Next Generation of Environmental Leaders, created in honor of the legacy of conservationist and CA-CP founder Ted Smith–pairs outstanding graduate students or recent grads with important projects that will propel the US toward a low-carbon future. Fellows spend 10 weeks during the summer working on meaningful, challenging projects at UNHSI or with our partners. In return, Fellows receive a $6000 stipend, as well as supervision, mentorship, and unique networking opportunities. 2014 Fellows will also join a growing group of more than 50 Climate Fellowship program alumni, the vast majority of whom have remained in the environmental/energy fields. These positions run from the end of May through mid-August, and are focused on the following projects areas:
- Climate Impacts and Community Resilience
- Sustainable Food Systems
- Municipal Climate Action
Review available Fellowship postings and learn how to apply at http://www.sustainableunh.unh.edu/climatefellows All Fellowship applications must be received by March 17, 2014, in order to be considered.