Oregon Sea Grant is pleased to announce a student funding opportunity for a recent or pending graduate of an undergraduate or graduate program in the US. Please share with everyone that may be interested. Additional details are available below and on the OSG Scholars Website.
The Oregon Sea Grant College Program and the Oregon Applied Sustainability Experience (OASE) are soliciting applications for the 2021-2022 Environmental and Sustainability Program Coordinator (ESPC) fellowship with The Tofurky Company. This nearly yearlong opportunity is intended to give a recent graduate first-hand experience in the research, design, and implementation of an environmental management system and the beginnings of a sustainability program that aligns with this plant-based food manufacturer’s mission, business model, and environmental goals.
Deadline: April 23, 2021 For full consideration
NEW! Opportunity will remain open till April 30, 2021
The applicant must be a recent or pending graduate of an undergraduate or graduate program from an accredited college, university, or non-profit academic institution of higher education in the US. Successful applicants will have earned a degree in environmental studies, business, sustainability, or similar discipline, or will earn their degree by June 2021. Preference is for graduate-level applicants who have received their degree between 2019 and June 2021. Previous or current Oregon Sea Grant Graduate Fellows are not eligible to apply (previous Summer Scholars or OASE interns may apply).
How to apply:
Oregon Sea Grant uses eSeaGrant, an online system for submitting fellowship applications. In order to access this system, please email [email protected] declaring your intent to apply at least one week before the application deadline. Please indicate which opportunity that you intend to apply for. Eligible applicants may apply for both fellowships, but must submit an application to each opportunity for consideration.
The Oregon Sea Grant Scholars program mission is to increase the number and diversity of higher education graduates who are work-ready, trained in, and able to apply marine science, policy, management, and outreach skills to the most pressing coastal and ocean issues facing Oregon and the nation. Towards this mission, we strongly encourage students from various cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds to apply.