Summer Fellowships in Sustainable Design and More - Feb 12 Deadline!

Applications for our 2020 summer Sustainability Fellowships are due in a few days! 


UNH Sustainability Fellowships pair exceptional students from colleges and universities across the U.S. with host organizations in New England to work on transformative sustainability initiatives.  Sustainability Fellows, mentored by the UNH team and dedicated individuals from our partner organizations, undertake challenging site-specific summer projects,  achieve high-impact results, and receive a competitive stipend for their contributions.  

Check out the 2020 Sustainability Fellowship projects.
Review program expectations and eligibility.
Apply by February 12.

See our website.
Contact us.

2020 Fellowship Projects:
Burlington Electric Department:  Energy Efficiency and New American Communities
Town of Concord MA:  Sustainability Guidelines for Historic Homes
City of Concord NH:  Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
Converge Strategies:  Understanding Existing Solar Projects’ Resilience Potential
Town of Durham NH:  Municipal Carbon and Nitrogen Footprint Analyses
Town of Exeter NH:  Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory
Town of Groton CT:  Municipal Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Benchmarking
City of Keene NH:  Keene Sustainable Energy Plan: Outreach and Education
Town of Kennebunk ME:  Municipal Climate Action Plan
Town of Kittery ME:  Building Coastal Flood Resilience in a Small Municipality
NH Food Alliance:  Centering Climate Change Resilience in the NH Food System
Oyster River Cooperative Schools:  Enhancing Sustainability in NH Public Schools
Resilient Buildings Group:  Energy Efficiency for Rural Small Businesses
ReVision Energy:  Mission, Vision, Values Impact Report & Strategy
Root Capital:  Climate and Impact Risk Analysis for Agricultural Businesses
SolaVida:  The Cost of Climate Change Adaptation in Vermont
UNH UCIRC:  Flood-induced Roadway Damage Risk Analysis
UNH SIMAP:  Evaluating Upstream and Downstream Carbon Emissions
Unitil:  Utility Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory