The Boston College Lowell Humanities Series will present economist Jeffrey Sachs: Economics and Ethics for the Anthropocene on Friday, March 24 at 4:30pm in Devlin Hall, Room 008. Please note the new date, time and location.
Economics and Ethics for the Anthropocene
Friday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m.
Devlin Hall, Room 008
Jeffrey Sachs is a world-renowned professor of economics, leader in sustainable development, senior UN advisor, bestselling author, and syndicated columnist whose monthly newspaper columns appear in more than 100 countries. He is the co-recipient of the 2015 Blue Planet Prize, the leading global prize for environmental leadership, and has twice been named among Time Magazine’s 100 most influential world leaders. He was called by The New York Times, “probably the most important economist in the world,” and by Time Magazine “the world’s best known economist.” Professor Sachs serves as the Director of The Earth Institute, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, and Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University. He has authored five books, including The End of Poverty (2005) and The Age of Sustainable Development (2015).
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The Lowell Humanities Series is sponsored by the Lowell Institute, Boston College's Institute for the Liberal Arts, and the Provost's Office.
Please reach out with any questions or suggestions for future events. We hope to see you there!
ANNUAL LECTURE IN HONOR OF RICHARD J. CLIFFORD, S.J.
Presenter: Carol A. Newsom
Corcoran Commons, Heights Room, Chestnut Hill Campus
Free of Charge
and generously supported by the Kitz Family in honor of Richard J. Clifford, S.J.
The call for abstracts is now out for the Fifth Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), which will take place on 18 & 19 September, 2017, at Columbia University in New York City. Abstract submission and conference registration will take place on the conference website.
10th CIFAS Field School in Ethnographic Research Methods, June 12 to 22, 2017
The Comitas Institute for Anthropological Study (CIFAS) is pleased to announce the 10th CIFAS Field School in Ethnographic Research Methods, in New York City.
The goal of the Field School is to offer training in the foundations and practice of ethnographic methods. The faculty works closely with participants to identify the required field methods needed to address their academic or professional needs. The Field School is suitable for graduate and undergraduate students in social sciences and other fields of study that use qualitative approaches (such as education, communication, cultural studies, health, social work, human ecology, development studies, consumer behavior, among others), applied social scientists, professionals, and researchers who have an interest in learning more about ethnographic methods and their applications.
The total work load of the course is 30 hours. Students interested in earning credits for the course may have additional assignments in order to totalize 45 hours of activities (what is equivalent to 3 credits).
Course venue: Classes will take place at the Institute for Latin American Studies at Columbia University.
Renzo Taddei (Assistant Professor, Federal University of São Paulo/Affiliated Researcher, Columbia University).
Lambros Comitas (Gardner Cowles Professor of Anthropology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University).
Registration and other costs: Places are limited. The tuition fee is US$ 900. The tuition fee does not cover accommodation, meals or transportation.
For more information or to register, see link attached, or please write to Renzo Taddei at email@example.com
We don’t want students to choose between a job, internship,
or a study abroad experience. We want them to do it all.
Currently on our 7th year, we currently operate over the spread of three continents. Our organization’s core team and company headquarters are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our full-time team of five works out of Pipeline Philly, a co-working space located in Center City, Philadelphia. As one of the founding members of the space, The GREEN Program is a part of this ever-growing community now home to more than 200 companies and organizations.
Beyond Philadelphia, we work alongside numerous indigenous educational institutions and organizations specific to our program locations. Fearless adventure leaders and passionate education gurus, our in-country guides are an integral part of what makes GREEN, GREEN. Of course, our community would not be what it is today without our extended GREEN Family – The GREEN Program Alumni. Having hosted participants from more than 300 universities around the world, we are elated to welcome more than 1800 student leaders and young professionals into our ever-growing community.
Our team and students all have one underlying mission in common: we have consciously chosen to pursue a future of possibilities, and are determined to be part of the solutions toward a better world.
July 1 – August 11, 2017
August 12-26, 2017 – optional forest retreat with focus on Amazonian medicinal plants
Sachamama Center for Biocultural Regeneration (SCBR)
Lamas, Department of San Martin, Peru
Levels: Undergraduate students, MA students, and Activists
Course Faculty: Dr. Frederique Apffel-Marglin, Professor Emerita, Dept. of Anthropology at Smith College, firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: March 31, 2017
Testimonial by Aleena Glinski, Yale student: "This is a remarkable program where students experientially learn about the agroforestry techniques of the indigenous people of the high amazon in Lamas, Peru. One learns how to make terra preta and biochar in seminars and in the field while exploring the cosmovisions of the indigenous people who originally created this miraculous soil both in text and in conversations with Kechwa people. Throughout, there is an emphasis on deeply investigating the origins of the nature-culture dichotomy in a cross-disciplinary manner, which inevitably results in personal discovery into our connection to and role within the biosphere."
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Many of the IFR field schools directly engage with these topics. Our Lesotho-Sehonghong Rockshelter program explores the evolution of hunting & gathering technology over tens of thousands of years in one of Southern Africa most impressive and historically significant rock shelters. The South Africa- Spitzkloof field school investigates human/biota relationships in the past 60,000 years in the rugged and remote areas of the Richtersveld region of Namaqualand, a coastal desert in the northwest corner of the country. Work at the Montenegro-Vrbička Cave focuses on human evolution from the Late Paleolithic through the Mesolithic and to the Early Neolithic in the Balkans. Surprisingly, the site shows evidence of human occupation during the Upper Paleolithic, one of the coldest phases of the last Ice Age (the Last Glacial Maximum, around 22,000 years ago).
At the recent AIA annual conference, Michael Richards (Simon Fraser University) suggested that while Neanderthals were efficient top predators, they focused on terrestrial animals exclusively. The newly arrived Anatomically Modern Humans (AMH), on the other hand, added fish and other marine animals to their diet – a possible relative advantage that allowed AMH to push out Neanderthals from all available environmental niches. Is this the case?
Our Portugal-Vale Boi field school team addresses such questions as it studies the Upper Paleolithic and possible interaction between AMH and Neanderthals in the region. Preservation at Vale Boi is of remarkable quality with impressive faunal recovery and numerous lithic assemblages present. Vale Boi project members are examining adaptive strategies of both species. Our program at Spain-Cova Gran explores early human arrival to the Iberian Peninsula and AMH-Neanderthal interactions. The site covers more than 50,000 years of human occupation with upper layers dating to the early Neolithic period and the arrival of early farmers to the south Pyrenees.
Finally, IFR’s later prehistory offerings feature the shift from hunting and gathering to agriculture. Our Turkey-Boncuklu field school is focused on the transition from nomadic to sedentary lifestyle in Anatolia. Boncuklu is the earliest village in central Anatolia and the predecessor of the famous Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük. It is an ideal location to study this critical transformation to permanent human settlements, including its advantages and pitfalls. Finally, research at our Bulgaria-Tel Yunatsite and Bulgaria-Ilindentsi field schools is focused on the entry of early farmers from Anatolia to Europe and debates about agriculture’s arrival by technology diffusion or population movement.
Will you please let interested students know about these opportunities? Per usual, I would like to remind you of our extensive scholarship offerings. Students are strongly encouraged to apply to any of our scholarships for which they may be eligible.
(New!) INTERN, PROJECT MANAGEMENT - CAPITAL PROGRAM - NEW YORK CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NYCEDC)
New York, NY
Intern will assist with aspects of design and construction for a variety of projects in New York City. Project types include waterfront development, buildings – new construction and renovation, major infrastructure development and public open spaces.
(New!) INTERNSHIP - ECUMENICAL SOCIAL ACTION COMMITTEE (ESAC)
Jamaica Plain, MA
ESAC, a venerable Jamaica Plain non-profit serving low income homeowners seeks summer intern to assist in launch of new program providing fall prevention and accessibility improvements to seniors with ambulatory impediments and the disabled. Duties include program management and marketing, budget and grant managements, tracking and data collection. $15 per hour/25 hours per week. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
(New!) CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION FELLOW - INSTITUTE AT THE GOLDEN GATE
San Francisco, CA
Through the Fellowship for Emerging Leaders, the Institute seeks to empower young leaders by offering them paid professional opportunities that shape their development as future environmental and community leaders. This opportunity provides fellows with the hands-on experience and skills required to design and implement high-impact projects focused on policy and practice. Through this Fellowship, emerging leaders gain a unique training experience that builds their portfolio, expands their professional networks, and advances their career goals.
Deadline to apply is Friday, March 31.
(New!) THE 2017 32BJ SEIU NEW ORGANIZER TRAINING PROGRAM - SEIU
Are you interested in a career in the labor movement or progressive organizing? Are you an on-campus organizer or activist? Do you think you have what it takes to support worker leaders taking bold action to win economic and social justice at their workplaces and beyond?
Deadline to apply is Friday, March 31.
FAIR HOUSING INTERN - CITY OF SOMERVILLE
The City of Somerville’s housing division, which administers affordable housing programs and initiatives, is seeking an intern to work with Housing Division staff members to coordinate community engagement efforts related to the City’s Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH), a fair housing diagnostic and planning effort that will be submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in October 2017.
TIE-SEI INTERNSHIPS - TUFTS INSTITUTE OF THE ENVIRONMENT (TIE)
Tufts Medford, MA
In celebration of the 10th year anniversary of the partnership between Tufts University and the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), SEI and the Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) are launching a new internship program for Tufts students to participate in SEI internships.
Deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 29.
MOMENTUM FELLOWSHIP 2017 - WHATCOM COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
The Momentum Fellowship is designed to prepare professionals from underrepresented communities, particularly communities of color, for successful careers in the philanthropic sector through professional development, networking and mentoring opportunities.
Deadline to apply is Wednesday, April 5.
CLIMATE AND CLEAN ENERGY INTERN - DAVID GARDINER & ASSOCIATES (DGA)
David Gardiner & Associates (DGA) offers a full-time internship program to undergraduates and graduate students. This is a competitive program that seeks qualified candidates with strong interest, education, or experience in climate, sustainability, and clean and renewable energy policy. This is an unpaid internship.
Deadline to apply is Friday, April 7.
POLICY SUMMER INTERNSHIP - CENTER FOR CLEAN AIR POLICY (CCAP)
The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) has an opening for a graduate-level, policy summer internship in its Washington DC office. The intern will support CCAP’s international and domestic work. S/he will provide research, report-writing and conference-preparation support for CCAP’s projects focused on climate change mitigation policies.
Deadline to apply is Friday, April 21.
DEVELOPMENT INTERN - ROSE KENNEDY GREENWAY CONSERVANCY
The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is currently seeking a highly motivated and reliable individual for a part-time summer position as our Development Intern. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic, young organization and earn valuable experience as you learn key skills required to help grow support for the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.
MEDFORD SUSTAINABILITY INTERN - CITY OF MEDFORD, OFFICE OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT
The City of Medford Office of Energy & Environment is looking for a graduate student intern who can help finalize Medford's climate vulnerability assessment and assist with climate change adaptation planning. For more information, please contact Alicia Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERNSHIP - THE RABEN GROUP
New York, NY
The Raben Group is a majority-minority national public affairs firm founded with a lofty goal and an audacious spirit: to make this nation greater and to move public policy in a sensible, humane direction.We seek a graduate-level student to join our firm as an Intern in our New York City office. The intern will work directly with staff on client teams and special projects. Typical responsibilities include general administrative support for team/project activities; logistical coordination and on-site staffing of issue briefings, facilitated dialogues, press conferences, coalition meetings and other convenings; research and writing; and other duties as assigned.
CLIMATE READY BOSTON SUMMER INTERNSHIP - CITY OF BOSTON ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT
Working with the Climate Preparedness Program Manager, the Climate Ready Boston (CRB) Intern will provide research and coordination for the City of Boston’s climate preparedness activities. This will include providing coordination support to the East Boston and Charlestown Coastal Resilience project, including community engagement and outreach. For more information, please contact Mia Goldwasser at email@example.com.
COMMUNITY PLANNING INTERNSHIP - BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (BPDA)
Under the direction of Senior Planners, support public outreach and its internal coordination. Assist with public process, document production, workshops, as well as planning, zoning and land use regulation initiatives. Assist in the drafting of text for Board of Appeal recommendations and planning initiative final reports.
RESEARCH ANALYST - INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS, INCORPORATED (IEc)
Individuals with undergraduate training and limited prior work experience join IEc as Research Analysts (RA). Working with other IEc consultants, Research Analysts gather and evaluate data; perform analyses using a variety of economic, financial, or scientific methods; and communicate results in both written and oral form. RAs work with a variety of other IEc staff, and must be able to effectively perform as part of a project team. An RA's responsibilities require consistent exercise of discretion and judgment to work on projects of significance to IEc and its clients.
INTERNSHIP - THE RABEN GROUP
The Raben Group has a rich tradition of mentorship and educational opportunities for students. We approach our internship as a learning experience for each student who joins us. Work directly with staff conducting background and issue-specific research. Draft and/or edit reports, briefings, memos, etc. Track pertinent legislation. Help plan and staff a wide range of convenings, including congressional, coalition, press and issue campaign events.
INTERN, RESEARCH AND ADVISORY - INITIATIVE FOR A COMPETITIVE INNER CITY
ICIC is seeking a research and advisory intern who is able to work between 20-30 hours a week for 12-15 weeks through the summer, with the possibility of working more hours. The intern will work closely with research and advisory staff to support research projects concerning urban economic development and business growth issues. Responsibilities will include assisting in qualitative and quantitative data analysis, conducting primary research and literature reviews, and supporting content development, such as presentations, blogs and infographics.
Deadline to apply is Thursday, March 30.
INTERNSHIPS - HEINRICH-BÖLL-STIFTUNG
There are various internships available in Sustainable Development, Transatlantic Dialogue, Climate and Energy.
Deadline to apply is Saturday, April 1.
REGISTER NOW * LEARN MORE * Live online event - Attend the Fair from Anywhere
Green-U.org (launching soon) will help students contribute to the environmental sustainability of college/university campuses and communities, while also increasing environmental awareness, literacy, and activism.
Our platform has the following components:
- Resources: We will provide extensive resources, how-to guides, and marketing assets to help people plan and improve sustainability programs, including waste reduction, composting, water use, food, landscaping, energy use, procurement, healthy buildings, solar, and transportation. While such resources exist today, they are difficult to find, scattered across multiple websites, and often available only to those who have paid for access.
- Community: Our online community at each college/university will help all stakeholders—including student organizations, individual students, faculty members, staff, and administrators—coalesce and organize to envision, plan, promote, and implement these programs. It will also connect people interested in the same topics at different schools.
- Surveys: Surveys will gather information on environmental practices at individual schools nationwide.
- Petition: Our online petition will allow members of each college/university to lend their voices to advocate for their school’s adoption of environmentally-sustainable policies.
- Beyond-Campus: We will also advance the movement towards sustainability by providing news and ways to get involved beyond the campus.
- Media, Partners, and Celebrities: We will engage with media, partner organizations, and celebrities to promote this program.
Interns, Volunteers, and Campus Reps
We are recruiting interns and volunteers to work in our Manhattan office or remotely. Focus on research and editorial, marketing, or community management. We are also recruiting campus reps to grow this movement at campuses nationwide.
- Use your skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent to help us help students green their campuses and communities, while also building environmental awareness and activism.
- Become a member of our dynamic and creative international team.
- Take a leadership role in the movement to protect the environment.
- Learn a tremendous amount.
- Enhance your resume with a record of service and accomplishment, and get a glowing letter of recommendation.
Use and enhance your professional skills in any of these fields: environmental studies or engineering, research, editorial, strategy, partnerships, finance, communications, social media, graphics, community management, fundraising, sponsorships, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), marketing, event management, organizing, and activism.
This is a great place to work. We have had interns and volunteers from all over the United States and more than fifty countries. The atmosphere is energetic, creative, and fun. We value brainstorming, initiative, sharing, and collaborating. Think of it is a laboratory, studio, seminar, or incubator. We are also casual. We are interested in your brains, creativity and heart, rather than your attire. Want to work in jeans, t-shirt and flip-flops? That’s fine with us.
Green-U is a project of ChangingThePresent.org, which The New York Times called an “amazon.com of the nonprofit world” for our work in helping nonprofits capture money normally spent on traditional presents (BTW, we are recruiting interns and volunteers for a wide range of causes and roles on it; please see www.ChangingThePresent-Join.org for more info on it). We are also getting ready to launch Green-U, which is described here.
Who, Where, When
- We are glad to hear from undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals who want to make a meaningful impact with their skills.
- Work at our office or remotely. We are conveniently located at 7th Avenue and 33 Street, across from Penn Station in Manhattan.
- Full-time or part-time, school-year or summer, day or evening, weekday or weekend. We are flexible.
- We provide a great opportunity to take a leadership role in making a meaningful change in the world, but this is an unpaid position.
Please share this opportunity with others who may be interested.
Are you ready for a great experience and eager to make a difference?
Please send a resume and short cover letter to: join [AT] ChangingThePresent [DOT] org.
Please tell us what role you would like to take, what you are passionate about, whether you would like to work from our office or remotely, and when you are available.
- Recruit and cultivate volunteers
- Manage and participate in voter registration and canvassing
- Track field operations and enter information into databases and dashboards
- Participate in community events
- Research and draft memos
- Draft membership emails, stakeholder memos, and blog posts
- Attend professional seminars
- Research public relations opportunities
- Outreach to college and university groups
- Support Senior Staff in preparing for important events
- Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter
- An interest in environmental issues or politics
- An outgoing and friendly demeanor
- Strong attention to detail
- Ability to represent the Environmental Voter Project in a professional manner at all times
- Hours (weekly): 12+ hours per week.
- During Business Hours?: Yes
- Nights and Weekends?: Occasionally
- Start Dates: Early September
- Minimum Time Commitment: 12 weeks
Our fellows don’t just sit behind a desk. You’ll be out in the real world—recruiting new groups to join a coalition, speaking in a church basement or town hall to win a new endorsement, organizing a news event or rally, meeting with an editorial board, or doing whatever else it takes to urge our public officials to do the right thing. This is a two-year program, expressly designed to prepare future leaders within PIRG. We look for smarts, leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value experience organizing, including building campus groups.
Our digital campaigners help us design and win campaigns on some of the most important issues affecting the public today. This position is an exciting way to organize and motivate people online. Our online campaigns reach tens of thousands of people and spread the word about making change. This is a position for professionals who are ready to turn online skills into political action. We’re looking for people with sharp writing skills, savvy strategic ability, and a talent for using social media.
To learn more and apply, visit jobs.uspirg.org.
U.S. PIRG is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
We’re working to stop global warming: We took a big step forward last summer when President Obama directed his Environmental Protection Agency to develop standards that would cut carbon pollution from power plants, the nation’s largest contributors to global warming pollution. This historic step won’t be enough to fully solve the problem, but it’ll be an important start. But standing in the way, at every step, is one of the most powerful special interests in the world: the fossil fuel industry. That’s where we come in. We’re working to rally millions of American citizens, along with local elected officials and other powerful voices to back the President’s plan.
We’re making sure we don’t frack our future: Dirty and dangerous fracking could soon put some of America’s most spectacular places at risk. And we know that this especially destructive method of drilling for gas contaminates water and turns forests and rural landscapes into industrial zones – making nearby families sick and contributing significantly to global warming as well. Now, we’re working to offset the outsized influence of the oil and gas industry and keep our remarkable special places protected.
We’re working to protect our rivers, lakes and streams: To protect our waterways from pollution and destruction we need to crack down on factory farm pollution, sewage and other threats. And we know it won’t be easy because of big opposition from the Farm Bureau, giant agribusiness and others. Now, we’re working to harness grassroots support for clean water and turn it into the political power we need to have a lasting direct impact on our waterways.
Becoming an Environment America intern
We’re looking for students who care deeply about the environment and are ready to make a difference now.
As an intern:
- You’ll learn how to analyze environmental problems, push for smart solutions, and build the public support it takes to win
- You’ll work side-by-side with one of our organizers, learning the ropes.
- And you'll attend briefings and trainings to learn even more about environmental issues and gain organizing skill
- And if you’re thinking you might want to make a career out of solving big environmental problems like global warming – interning with Environment America is one of the best ways to get started. Not only will you get the training and experience you need, but we hire our most talented and committed interns to join our Fellowship Program when they graduate.
We’re hiring interns in Boston and 29 states nationwide. Email Madeline Page, Environment America’s Global Warming Outreach Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to apply!
I hope you had a great spring break and a relaxing snow day yesterday.
Below is a list of upcoming programs in which your students may be interested. Please share this email with faculty colleagues and students in your department. To view more of our programming, you can also visit bc.edu/careerevents. Please also keep in mind that our staff is available to visit your classes if you would like for us to give a quick (5-10 min) overview of our services or a longer presentation on a specific topic.
If you know of students that have questions or need assistance with exploring career options, figuring out summer or post-grad plans, or other career-related matters, please also feel free to refer them to the Career Center for a one-on-one advising appointment. For more information about our appointments versus drop-ins, please visit our website.
As always, if a specific event or event type catches your eye as particularly relevant to your department, please don’t hesitate to reach out; we’d love the opportunity to work with you to ensure that this event reaches the students for whom it will be the most beneficial.
EAGLE INTERN FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Do you know a student that is thinking of doing an unpaid summer internship? Encourage the to apply for funding through the Eagle Intern Fellowship Program. This program provides financial support to Boston College undergraduates who obtain internships with organizations that are not able to provide a salary. The application is currently open and can be found here. The application will have a regular deadline of April 3rd. Selected students will be receive a $3,500 fellowship. Interested students can find additional information and requirements on the Eagle Intern Fellowship website.
Sports Business Networking Night March 20th | 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. | Murray Function Room
AHANA Networking Night Tuesday, March 21 | 5:45 - 8:00 p.m.| Murray Function Room
Education & Social Services Fair Wednesday, March 29 | 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. | Heights Room
ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES: Career Chats & Workshop
Expert-in-Residence with Peace Corps (Government/International) | Tuesday, March 21 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:55 p.m. | Career Center
How to Succeed at a Career Fair | Tuesday, March 21 | 4:00 - 4:30 p.m. | Campion 139
Resume Workshop & Lab | Tuesday, March 21 | 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Gasson 207
Interviewing Skills for International Students Wednesday, March 22 | 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. | Stokes N403
Careers in Admissions and College Counseling Wednesday, March 22 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Devlin 101
BC Internship Funding Opportunities: Information Session Monday, March 27 | 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. | Center for Centers
Internship & Job Search Strategies for Government, Law and Public Policy Tuesday, March 28 | 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. | Stokes S109
Employers host information sessions on campus throughout the academic year. Below is just a sampling of what's coming up.
Citi Bank Wednesday, March 22 | 4:15 - 5:30 p.m. | Stokes Hall N301 & | 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. | Heights Room
New England Revolution Saturday, March 25 | 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. | Off-Campus Location
Mcneil. Gray & Rice Strategic Communications Tuesday, March 28 | 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. | Fulton 135
United Talent Agency Wednesday, March 29 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | Fulton 415
Greentown Labs Member CompaniesNeed Interns!
Greentown Labs is the largest cleantech startup incubator in the United States and is currently home to 50+ companies! Located in Somerville, MA, just outside of Union Square, Greentown Labs provides prototyping lab, office and event space to startups that are developing technologies to solve the world's biggest energy and environmental challenges.
Many of Greentown Labs' member companies are actively seeking interns for the summer so please check out our CAREERS BOARD and reach out to the company you're interested in. A summer internship should be so much more than making copies and getting coffee, you should feel committed and proud of the impact you make on the company you spend your summer with and we're sure you'll feel that way working with any of our startups.
Students of all majors are encouraged to check out the openings but those with a business or engineering focus are highly sought after!