The EcoFellowship Program

Applications for the 2021-2022 EcoFellowship Program are Now Closed

The EcoFellowship Program is an 11-month paid position to work with CET staff and other EcoFellows to carry out a range of activities related to climate action initiatives and educational programming. 

EcoFellows support CET’s initiatives to assist residents, students, institutions and businesses across the region in ongoing programs in energy efficiency, home energy services, renewable energy, and waste reduction through recycling, reuse and composting. 

The EcoFellowship is a remote position, with the opportunity for optional in-person work depending on safety guidelines.

About the Program & Application Process

At CET we make green make sense. As an EcoFellow, you help us create measureable impact. EcoFellows work cross-organizationally, with a specific focus on community outreach & engagement, communications, and our EcoBuilding Bargains reclaimed materials store. The EcoFellowship is a remote position, with in-person work optional depending on CDC guidelines.

Application Process:

  • We begin accepting applications in January. Applications are accepted directly through our careers page.
  • Candidates submit a cover letter, resume, and a ~200-word writing sample.
  • Selected candidates have a brief informational interview and overview, followed by an interview with the hiring committee.

Professional Development:

  • Two-week orientation
  • Monthly professional development opportunities
  • Opportunity to attend conferences
  • Networking and career development

EcoFellowship Salary and Benefits:

The EcoFellowship pays $15 an hour for 40 hours a week (for the duration of the program), with an additional $2,000 bonus at the completion of the program. Benefits include: health insurance; paid sick, holiday and vacation; 403(b); supplies and mileage reimbursement, as well as a cell phone reimbursement plan.

EcoFellowship Alumni

EcoFellows work across the country in a variety of positions. Here are where just a few have ended up.

Ozette Ostrow ’21

Jared Shein ’21

Molly Craft ’20

Belén Rodríguez ’20

Brian Premo ’20

Maeghan Klinker ’20

Jonathan Ruiz ’19

Natasha Nurjadin ’19

Morgan Laner ’19

Shelby Kuenzli ’18

Winn Costantini ’17

Chiara Favaloro ’17

Diana Vasquez ’16

Kelsey Colpitts ’16

Claire Gerner ’16

Jenny Goldberg ’15

Nathan Shuler ’15

Sarah Hebert ’14

Heather Merhi-Mathews ’14

Katelyn Tsukada ’13