Climate Policy Summer Internship Pilot Program
The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability at Harvard University is piloting a Climate Policy Summer Internship Program in collaboration with the Massachusetts State House. The pilot program will facilitate the placement of up to three Harvard students, undergraduate or graduate, in legislative offices that are addressing climate, environmental, or sustainability issues in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The program provides professional development opportunities for Harvard Students to explore career pathways at the intersection of climate and public service.
The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability will compensate each Climate Policy Intern at a rate of $20.00 per hour for their work.
Program Duration: 8-12 weeks (flexible based on legislative office)
Undergraduate or graduate student at Harvard University
Interested students should apply directly to participating legislative offices by following the application instructions outlined in that office’s internship posting.
Participating legislative offices:
- Representative Joan Meschino, 3rd Plymouth District | Application Information
- Additional postings to be added on a rolling basis.
Participating legislative offices will be responsible for intern application review and selection. The Salata Institute cannot guarantee placement.
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