If you haven’t applied yet, please consider applying for an ES summer fellowship. Applications for Environmental Justice/Sustainability, and the Cooke Fellowships are due Monday, February 26 at noon. Feel free to contact Rosie Armstrong (email@example.com) or Eileen Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. See below and the website for more information, and be sure to contact me or Eileen with any questions!
ES summer fellowships are open to sophomore and junior ES majors, minors or students who have taken ES core courses. The Environmental Studies program provides 13 summer fellowships for students for summer 2018.
This is a great way to gain experience in the field, work with environmental professionals, and connect your summer experience to your academic experience.
Environmental Studies Fellowships (Sustainability and Environmental Justice) (2-3 available) – funds students to work for an organization of their choosing. You can work in Maine, in your community, or anywhere in the world. Deadline: Monday, February 26th at noon
Cooke Fellowship (1-2) – Funds students to conduct community based research under the guidance of a faculty mentor and in partnership with a community organization of the student’s choice. Deadline: Monday, February 26th at noon
National Audubon Fellowship (2) – Funds students to conduct research on seabirds, while living on islands in Casco Bay.
Deadline: Wednesday, Feb. 7th at noon