Climate Corps Paid Sustainability
Calling all recently graduated bears!
In these uncertain times, help build resilience and sustainability! Do you know recent college graduates or career changers who are passionate about sustainability or public service?
The Climate Corps fellowship program is now accepting applications for 100 paid opportunities in California and other states with local governments and organizations including Climate Resolve, City of Hayward, and University of California Office of the President. As the host site with the largest cohort of fellows, Alameda County is recruiting *five* Climate Corps Fellows to work in the San Francisco East Bay on exciting topics including electric vehicles and building community climate resilience!
Please share this opportunity with recent graduates you know and advise them that applications are due ASAP for these 10-month paid positions. More information about Climate Corps and the opportunities at Alameda County is below. (Candidates apply online centrally and can indicate interest in specific positions.)
COVID-19 Update: Climate Corps is taking precautions to safeguard everyone's health by holding interviews by phone or video. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLIMATE CORPS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
A Climate Corps Fellow gains 10 months of experience implementing climate change resiliency projects with community partners, along with extensive personal development and training. The fellowship will start in September 2021 and end in late June 2022. Many fellowships are based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Apply as soon as possible in order to receive priority placement consideration. To learn more and apply to all opportunities: http://www.climatecorps.org/. (For any questions not addressed on the website, please contact email@example.com.)
ALAMEDA COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES
- The Climate Associate will play a major role in developing the next climate action plan for the county, including researching how county agencies can reimagine operations.
- The Compost & Recycling Associate will reduce the County's own climate impact by engaging employees in composting and recycling and developing programs to support reduce and reuse.
- The Electric Vehicle Associate will support the expansion of zero-emissions vehicles in the County fleet through research, data analysis, and employee outreach.
- The Green Purchasing Associate will support the collaborative work needed to implement new green purchasing laws and conduct research on cutting-edge sustainable building practices.
- The Resilience Associate will research ways County services can adapt to effects of climate change and help build partnerships to support this work.
To learn more about Alameda County opportunities: http://bit.ly/ACclimcorps.