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Welcome to the newest edition of the Green Jobs Network newsletter! This issue features over 100 jobs, internship & fellowship opportunities, career events, and more! If you’d like to receive job alerts between newsletter editions you can follow Green Jobs Network on LinkedIn.

Now, on to the jobs! If you apply for any of the roles listed in this newsletter please indicate that you learned about it from Green Jobs Network. If your organization is hiring you can post your job on our green jobs board or job board for climate action and it will be included in the next newsletter.

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Jobs Spotlight: Week of January 22

Green & Climate Jobs Spotlight: Week of January 22, 2024

Spotlight: Remote Green & Climate Jobs

Remote Green & Climate Jobs: Week of January 22, 2024

This spotlight focuses on remote roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

More Jobs

As an additional bonus for this issue, below are more than 100 additional jobs:

Part 1. Remote or Multiple Locations - U.S.

Part 2. Additional Jobs - U.S.

Part 3. International Jobs

15+ Jobs in Environmental and Social Impact Available via the FUSE Executive Fellowship

FUSE Corps

Applications are now being accepted for the Spring 2024 cohort of the FUSE Executive Fellows. This is a program of FUSE Corps, a national nonprofit that partners with local governments and communities to more effectively address pressing challenges by placing experienced professionals in local government agencies.

FUSE Executive Fellows receive an annualized base salary of $80,000 plus benefits. Fellowships begin as one year assignments and may be renewed for a second year. For FAQs on the Fellowship program click here.

The Spring 2024 cohort features more than 15 fellowships in areas of environmental or social impact in selected cities across the United States.

Select a fellowship from the list below to learn more about these opportunities and to apply. The priority application deadline is February 16, 2024.

Los Angeles, CA

New York City, NY

Atlanta, GA

Boston, MA

Cleveland, OH

Jacksonville, FL

New Orleans, LA

Savannah, GA

You can also view a complete list of these fellowships via this page and this program is included on the Green Jobs Network fellowship website

Employer Spotlight: Science Based Targets initiative

SBTi hiring

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a partnership between CDP, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). SBTi drives climate action in the private sector by enabling organizations to set science-based emissions reduction targets.

SBTi is currently hiring for more than 15 roles. These opportunities are available in a variety of locations worldwide:

  • Communications Manager, Senior Research Fellow

  • Deputy to the Chief Technical Officer

  • Manager, Financial Institutions Net-Zero

  • Net-Zero Accountability (Senior) Analyst

  • Project Manager

  • Sector Lead, Industry or Energy

  • Transport Analyst

  • Communications Coordinator

  • Buildings Technical Manager

  • Financial Institutions Target Analyst

  • Standards Quality Manager

  • Senior Manager, Quality Management

  • Financial Institutions (FI) Engagement Manager

  • Consultations Associate

  • Company Support Associate

  • Target Analyst

  • Junior Target Analyst

To view job descriptions and to apply click here.

100+ Paid Summer Internships Available via the EDICT Internship Program

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2024 Empowering Diverse Climate Talent (EDICT) internship program. EDICT is a partnership between Clean Energy Leadership Institute, Elemental Excelerator, and FutureMapand is designed to match employers from all sectors of climate innovation with aspiring climate professionals, college students, and recent graduates from traditionally excluded backgrounds.

Green Jobs Network has been a supporter of this program and GJN CEO Leonard Adler presented a session on "Finding Green & Climate Jobs" to participants of the EDICT program in 2023.

The 2024 EDICT program will offer more than 100 paid summer internships (view the list here). This program is open to current college students, recent graduates, and graduate students.

If you're interested in applying to EDICT, a free online workshop with application tips will be offered on January 30. To register for this event click here.

To learn more about EDICT and to apply click here. The application deadline is February 5, but it is encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

This program has been added to the Green Jobs Network internship website Thanks and good luck to those who apply!

Applications Being Accepted for Council on Environmental Quality Summer 2024 Internships

The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) within the Executive Office of the President offers internships to undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year. CEQ interns are supervised by CEQ staff, and provide critical research and writing assistance on a range of environmental policies such as implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act, environmental justice, sustainability, climate change, resilience, public lands, water, and transportation.

Internships are paid, with a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week, and are based in Washington, DC. You can download a flyer with information about this program by clicking the image below.

The application deadline for the Summer 2024 cycle is February 23, 2024. To learn more and access the internship application click here.

Council on Environmental Quality Internships

Six Remote Paid Opportunities for Students with the New Futures Fellowship (Summer 2024)

2024 New Futures Fellowships by Planet Reimagined

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2024 New Futures Fellowships by Planet Reimagined. This is a paid, three-month remote fellowship program that focuses on innovative and interdisciplinary solutions to the climate crisis. This fellowship brings together activists and scholars from around the globe to conduct research, make policy recommendations, and produce creative digital content.

The 2024 fellowship will focus on two themes: Climate + River Delta Communities and Clean Energy + Environmental Justice. From May 28 to September 6, fellows will collaborate in teams, taking on roles as researchers, campaigners, communicators, and policy analysts.

The fellowship is a full-time educational experience with a stipend of $2,500 and six total fellowships are available. This program is open to undergraduate and graduate students worldwide who are currently enrolled in a degree program or entering a graduate degree program by January 2025.

Fellows may come from any field of study including natural and physical sciences, social science, arts, humanities communications, journalism, public relations, etc.

Applications are being accepted until January 31, 2024, at 11:59 PM EST. To learn more about this program click here and to apply click here.

U.S. EPA to Host Hiring Webinar on February 7

EPA Virtual Hiring Webinar: February 7, 2024

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be hosting a virtual hiring webinar on February 7, 2024, at 2 p.m. ET. Speakers will include EPA Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe, EPA hiring specialists, and current EPA employees at the event.

This event will include information on how to navigate the federal job application process and unique hiring pathways for students and recent graduates. The session will include a Q&A portion where you can ask our panel of hiring specialists questions about the federal hiring process.

If you have any questions, you can contact the EPA Careers Team at [email protected]. To learn more about working at the EPA and view open roles visit and to register for the virtual hiring website click here.

Greentown Labs to Host Internship Fair on February 15

Greentown Labs Climatetech Intern Fair

Greentown Labs, the largest startup incubator in North America, is hosting a climatetech intern fair at their Somerville location on February 15. This free event will enable job seekers to connect with Greentown startups and learn about opportunities in Business Administration, Data, Engineering, Marketing, Operations, Sales, Software, and more!

You can view current job opportunities here and register for the intern fair here.

$3,500 Climate Tech Career Pathways Scholarship Available from Dream.Org

Dream.Org's Climate Career Pathways Scholarship Fund

Applications are now being accepted for the next cycle of Dream.Org's Climate Career Pathways Scholarship Fund. Selected applicants can receive up to $3,500 for technical training, coursework, and professional certifications in climate change and sustainability. In its history has awarded scholarships to more than 600 people!

The application deadline is March 8, 2024. You can learn more about this scholarship opportunity and apply via the following links: will also be hosting a free information session about this program on February 1, 2024. To register for this session click here.

Materials Available from Climate Pro Bono Bootcamp

Climate Pro Bono Bootcamp

Last week's Climate Pro Bono Bootcamp was a great success! Hundreds of legal professionals attended this program, which discussed how to find pro bono opportunities and provided specific instruction in the substantive skills needed to do pro bono work for renewable energy projects, climate startups, and more.

If you were unable to attend, you can access video presentations and slides via the link in the Pro Bono section of

Applications Period Opens for $50,000 Keeling Curve Prize

Keeling Curve Prize

February 12 is the application deadline for the 2024 Keeling Curve Prize, an initiative of The Global Warming Mitigation Project that will award $50,000 each to 10 global climate initiatives that demonstrate the ability to reduce, replace, or remove greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

Prize categories include energy, finance, carbon sinks, transport and mobility, and social and cultural pathways. Applications are accepted from climate organizations anywhere in the world, regardless of size or status.

You can learn more and apply here.