Alumni Fellowship Opportunity: NOLS Stewardship & Sustainability Internship (must relocate to Lander, Wyoming)

NOLS Stewardship & Sustainability Internship

Please pass this internship along to suiting recent graduates. Current students may apply but must commit to relocating on-site (Lander, Wyoming) for the internship. This year we are happy to announce that we can provide dorm-style housing for free. There is a small stipend to assist in basic living expenses.

Visit this link to learn more about the projects in store and how to apply.

https://www.nols.edu/en/about/our-team/employment/internships/environmental-stewardship-and-sustainability-intern/

I hope we get many qualified applicants!

Thanks.

-Kara
KARA COLOVICH
SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR
NOLS WORLD HEADQUARTERS
284 LINCOLN ST., LANDER WY, 82520
1.307.335.2318 DIRECT
NOLS.EDU

Alumni PhD Student Opportunity: NSF Project, Ecosystem response to rapid evolution (App due Dec. 1, 2017)

Graduate Opportunity ####
Ecosystem response to rapid evolution, University of Notre Dame, Biological Sciences.

We are recruiting a PhD student to work on an NSF sponsored project studying the impact of rapid evolution on the productivity and stability of coastal salt marshes. Our study system relies on individuals of a foundational plant in this system (Schoenoplectus americanus) revived from seed banks dating back over 100 years. Our approach involves: measuring changes in plant physiology and growth in controlled experiments; paleoecological analysis of marsh sediments; synthesis of extensive field data; and Bayesian approaches to link evolutionary and ecosystem processes. We welcome applicants with strengths in any of these disciplines. For more information, see the lab web page (https://sites.nd.edu/paleolab), or submit a letter detailing your interest and relevant background to Jason McLachlan (jmclachl@nd.edu). Please CC the project manager, Jody Peters (peters.63@nd.edu). Applications to Notre Dame Biological Sciences are due December 1.

9 Month Fellowship: Spiritual Ecology Fellowship Apply by March 15, 2017

Please share this unique fellowship program with students and alumni! Accepting applications through March 15.

http://www.spiritualecologyfellowship.org/the-program/

Spiritual Ecology Fellowship: Founded in 2015, the Spiritual Ecology Fellowship is an initiative of Kalliopeia Foundation. The fellowship supports emerging young leaders and innovators who recognize the need to create a future that is not driven by materialism and greed, but rooted in the spiritual values of reverence for nature, stewardship, interconnectedness, compassion and service. The program is designed to offer an experience of deep study and practical application of the principles of spiritual ecology. A central component of the fellowship will be the development and implementation of pilot projects that have the potential to be catalysts for change.

Description: The fellowship follows a 9-month program and will consist of 8 selected participants, all of whom will receive full scholarships for program tuition and a $10,000 stipend to assist with project development. All travel, food and lodging for retreats will be provided at no cost. Successful and viable projects will be eligible for incubation and potential seed funding consideration via the Kalliopeia Foundation incubator program upon completion of the fellowship. Application deadline: March 15, 2017

Program Details and Eligibility: http://www.spiritualecologyfellowship.org/the-program/

Applicants should be between the ages of 22-30 (slightly outside can apply). Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible for consideration.

Current Fellows: You can see our current fellows and projects, representing a diversity of values-based interests and a short film about our recent field visit to India.

Deadline: March 15, 2017
Notification of Acceptance: May 15, 2017
More information: http://www.spiritualecologyfellowship.org

Please share with those who might be interested!
With appreciation,

Seana
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Seana Quinn
Spiritual Ecology Fellowship Coordinator
PO Box 1164, Inverness, CA 94937 USA
http://www.spiritualecologyfellowship.org

Spiritual Ecology Fellowship – Open for Applications!

http://www.spiritualecologyfellowship.org

Fellowship: 2017 Switzer Graduate Environmental Fellowships (deadline 1/9/17)

The application process for the 2017 Switzer Environmental Fellowships is now open. Switzer Fellowships are given to top graduate students in New England and California who demonstrate outstanding leadership potential, and who are committed to a career in environmental improvement. The deadline for applications is January 9, 2017.

The fellowship provides:
– a one-year $15,000 cash award;
-access to other Switzer grant program and long-term career support, and
-membership in the Switzer Fellowship Network, an active and engaged community of nearly 600 environmental leaders in the U.S. and around the world.

Switzer Fellows are recognized environmental leaders working in the non-profit, public policy, academic and business communities. We invite you to check the News and Issues pages of our website to see the breadth of issues and caliber of work that our Fellows are doing!

This year we are particularly interested in seeing more applications from students of color and traditionally underrepresented groups, and those whose work encompasses an environmental justice or equity component. We are also interested in increasing the number of master’s-level students who apply for the Fellowship. Please refer to the Fellowships guidelines on the website:
http://www.switzernetwork.org/

For program related questions, please contact Erin Lloyd, Program Director (erin@switzernetwork.org)
For technical support with online applications: Don Brackett, Adminstrative Director (don@switzernetwork.org)
Office: (207) 338-5654 (Office hours Monday-Thursday 8:30-5:00 PM, Eastern time, other hours available by appointment.