OA is interested in hiring a sustainability intern for the summer. If interested, please contact Rick Curtis (rcurtis@)
Archive – March 2010
Shana Weber, Manager at the Office of Sustainability, is looking for volunteers to lead "green tours" of Princeton at reunions. Housing will likely be provided. Contact Shana if you're interested!
This year the Energy Service Corps is hiring graduating college seniors to join the program and work to tackle one of the most pressing environmental issues in New Jersey: energy efficiency.
For those who are short of time and could not make the original contest deadline but have fabulously green ideas - especially Seniors who are writing the thesis - the student group Greening Princeton has decided to include a second category of contest with proposal. Read on for instructions.
Although the deadline for the Summer 2010 PEI Established Internship Opportunities has already passed, late applications will be processed until the position are filled.
The 3rd annual Princeton University Student Environmental Communication Network Summer Intensive Training Program is now recruiting for participants.
The Energy Service Corps will be traveling around New Jersey for three days in March performing energy assessments in low income homes to help residents save energy and money on their utility bills. They will also weatherize homes to help residents make their homes warmer and more energy efficient.
The Princeton Garden Project along with the Greening Princeton Farmer's Market are co-sponsoring two summer internships beginning mid May and ending with the start of classes. Each intern will receive a stipend, housing costs will be covered, and the job is less than full time. Click on the link for a more detailed job description. Consider applying, and pass it on to anyone you know who might be interested.