UNHSI’s Sustainability Fellowships pair outstanding students with challenging, important projects that will propel the US toward a low-carbon future. Sustainability Fellows each undertake to meet challenging deliverables, and receive supervision, mentorship, unique networking and professional development opportunities, and a $6000 stipend.
The deadline for 2017 summer fellowship applications has passed – please check back for future opportunities.
2017 Fellowship Projects
- Past Fellows
- Alumni Network (Coming Soon)
In 2014, the Sustainability Institute at UNH became the new home of the Climate Fellows program, originally launched by Clean Air-Cool Planet. The program matches exceptional college students from diverse backgrounds with high priority climate solutions projects. Through this nationally advertised and highly competitive program, students receive skills training, mentoring, networking opportunities, and a stipend for full-time summer projects undertaken with a wide range of partner organizations.
The 2016 Sustainability Fellows Program at UNHSI has been made possible thanks to the generosity of its supporters, including:
- The Thomas W. Haas Foundation
- Josephine Lamprey
- The Responsible Governance and Sustainable Citizenship Project at UNH
- Janes Trust Foundation
- Newman's Own Foundation
Questions? Contact Megan Carney at megan dot carney at unh dot edu.