Here are THREE hot fellowships. Visit The Village to find more out about the following listings:

1. Impact Investing Internship Spring 2017

Organization : Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation

About the Opportunity:

This spring, we are looking for a graduate school intern to work in our New York office 1 to 2
days per week to help us with the execution of our social justice investing research agenda
that is informed by our recent impact investing advisor search. This research will build on
Noyes’ history of responsible, sustainable and impact investing. Specific projects range from
conducting research and coordinating the writing and production of a research publication
that looks at Noyes history of social investing and the learning from our recent impact
investing advisor search to working with the president and finance committee to complete
and ultimately document this process for the field. A key element of this work will be the
exploration of the linkage between impact investing and social justice and the translation of  our program goals into our investment strategy.

2. 2017-2018 Fellows Program

Organization : Global Health Strategies

About the Opportunity:

Fellows work closely with GHS staff to assist in the design and implementation of communications and advocacy strategies for a range of in issues in global health, including infectious disease, immunization, women’s health and universal health coverage. Fellows are provided hands-on experience meaningfully contributing to client goals. Fellows spend the majority of their time on client work and are also provided opportunities for training and development.

3. Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program

Organization : Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD)

About the Opportunity:

The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD) is currently recruiting for the 2017-2018 Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program. This program will provide an opportunity for nine Master’s Degree students to take a significant role in a high-impact, community-based project targeting a low- and moderate-income neighborhood. Fellows will receive a $20,000 stipend to serve in a part-time (20 hours a week), ten month (September 1st – June 30th) internship in a neighborhood-based community development corporation (the host organization). Projects may be in the fields of affordable housing, economic development, or community planning. A key objective of the program is to help train the next generation of community development leaders, so in addition to hands-on community development work, Fellows will have the opportunity to meet with leaders in New York City’s government, planning, and community development fields. If academic credit is available, the host organization will work with the Fellow and his or her educational institution towards securing this credit.



EDF Climate Corps Information Session


EDF Climate Corps has placed over 700 talented graduate students in host organizations including JP Morgan Chase, City of Boston, Verizon, General Motors, PG&E and the Chicago Housing Authority. As we approach our tenth year of summer fellowships, we are excited to partner with you to recruit another cohort of fellows to advance the way organizations manage energy.

Students should apply by December 6, 2016 for the best chance to be matched with their preferred host organization. Students can review our website and job description or join one of our upcoming webinars listed below to learn more about the program. Please feel free to share with your students and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.

EDF Climate Corps Webinars

Friday, October 14, 2016
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET/ 9:00 – 10:00 am PT
Register Here

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
3:00 – 4:00 pm ET / 12:00 – 1:00 pm PT
Register Here

Environmental Defense Fund Information Session This Tuesday (10/4)


Representatives from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) will visit The New School to discuss their Climate Corps Fellowship for graduate students, where more than 10 Milano students have worked in the past few years.  Visit for more details about this fellowship and you may contact Milano’s Career Services office to possibly be connected to some of these alumni.
The Tom Graf Diversity Fellowship for both undergraduate and graduate students will also be discussed briefly.  For more detail about this fellowship, visit
** Register to attend this event: Career SuccessLink and select the “Events” tab then choose “Workshops” **

Federal Reserve Bank of New York – Internships & Mentoring Day

Milano’s Career Services Office is pleased to share exciting opportunities that are being offered to you as a result of an ongoing partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY). Below, you will find information for the Summer 2017 Internship Program, which is open to all students regardless of disability status, and the Disability Mentoring Day, which is only for students who have disabilities. All eligible students are encouraged to apply.
If you have interest in either program or both, please send a message to and type FRBNY Programs in the subject line. In the body of the message, indicate which programs are of interest in so we know specifically who is applying from Milano. 
2017 Summer Internship Program
Deadline: November 1, 2016 
The internship program is open to students who will complete their degree by December 2017 or Spring 2018 and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Attributes of successful candidates have included:
•     Demonstrated interest in public policy, economics, business, risk management, banking or finance with a strong academic record and passion for public service
•     Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
•     Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
Over 80% of eligible interns receive full-time offers at the end of their summer experience at the New York Fed.
If you are interested please visit the FRBNY website to apply.
*Disability Mentoring Day* –  October 25, 2016
Deadline: September 15, 2016 
On Disability Mentoring Day (DMD) you will have an opportunity to learn about the Federal Reserve, work one-on-one with a FRBNY employee to shadow their work, and even take a tour of the Bank. A résumé and interview workshop will also be presented by staff at the Fed. If you are interested in participating, please submit your résumé by the deadline.  FRBNY coordinators will pair student participants with a mentor whose work/background is closely with their career interests.
*This event is for those who have disabilities.*  

Port Authority Info Session

Port Authority



Port Authority of New York and New Jersey representatives will visit Milano to discuss their agency’s Leadership Fellows Program and Summer Internship Program.  This session will be held:

Tuesday, October 6 / 1pm-2pm
6 East 16th Street, Room 1645
RSVP: Visit Career SuccessLink and select the “Events” tab then choose  “Information Sessions”

Opportunities are typically available within the following departments:
Capital Programs, Comptroller’s, Environmental & Energy Programs, Govt. & Community Relations, Human Resources, Management & Budget, Marketing, Media Relations, Operations Services, PATH, Planning, Port Commerce, Public Safety, Procurement, Real Estate, Technology Services, Tunnels, Bridges & Terminals, World Trade Center Redevelopment


For more information, please visit: and


The New York Community Trust, the community foundation for the New York area, is offering a fellowship for a full-time graduate student. The Trust, established in 1924, is one of the largest community foundations in the United States with approximately $2.3 billion in assets. It makes grants in four broad areas: Children, Youth and Families; Community Development and the Environment; Education, Arts and Human Justice; and Health and People with Special Needs. In 2013, The Trust made about $140 million in grants. More information is available at


The fellow will work in the area of Community Development and the Environment under the supervision of two senior staff. Grants in the area of community development focus on sustaining strong communities and creating housing and economic opportunities in low-income neighborhoods. In the area of the environment, grants are made to expand open space and parks, reclaim the waterfront and brownfields, and reduce toxins in New York City. In our national program, we support projects that address climate change, preserve biological diversity, and reduce toxins that are hazardous to human health.

The fellow will be exposed to all areas of the grantmaking process, including proposal reviews, grant investigations, analysis of critical issues, writing grant recommendations, and reports on grant implementation. A major responsibility will be monitoring the performance of grantees and writing progress reports.
Candidates should have strong writing skills, a background in one or more of the focus areas, have the ability to conduct meetings and interviews with grantees, be able to work independently and in a timely manner, and function within a professional office environment.

The fellowship offers $21 hour (no benefits).


The fellowship starts on Monday, May 19, 2014 on a full-time basis through August 2014 (35 hours a week), and then on a part-time basis through May 2015 (15 – 20 hours a week). Candidates must be willing to commit for the entire period.


Interested candidates should email a resume, cover letter, and short (up to 2 pages) writing sample. Resumes should be received at The Trust by 4:00pm on Friday, April 4, 2014. No phone calls regarding the position will be accepted. Email resume and writing sample to Phoebe Scarborough, Program Assistant: Please specify that you are applying for the Community Development & the Environment fellowship in the subject line.

Echoing Green: Senior Associate, Climate Fellowship

Echoing Green seeks a passionate and detail-oriented project manager and relationship builder with 7+ years of relevant experience.  The Senior Associate, Climate Fellowship, will work to launch and support the new Echoing Green Climate Fellowship on a team that also supports our existing Global and Black Male Achievement Fellowships.


Every year, Echoing Green identifies approximately 40 incredible, ambitious, exciting potential leaders and then offers them two years of funding and support.  This year we have launched a new program to support emerging leaders with innovative ideas to tackle the climate crisis.  Echoing Green intends to be agnostic regarding various mitigation and adaptation responses – but seeks leaders for whom our model of seed funding and leadership development could be transformative.

Several Senior Associates are the direct liaisons to a portfolio of Echoing Green Fellows.  Each Senior Associate also helps lead on team-wide priorities including our annual application process, regular conferences, etc.  The team is supported by two Program Assistants.

The ideal candidate, then, is eager to operate and execute, and also impassioned about generating new ideas to align fellow programs with Echoing Green’s broader social change agenda.


Direct Fellow Support

  • Liaise with a diverse, international portfolio of new Climate Fellows – writing their Individual Fellow Plans, monitoring their progress, and helping to identify resources and develop tools that support their success
  • Directly manage support programs for fellows, including advisory service projects, where fellows are paired with outside experts who provide short-term consulting help to the fellow

External Relationship Management

  • Senior Associates are often called upon to represent Echoing Green at public events
  • Work productively with volunteers, corporate partners, and other constituents in the Echoing Green community.
  • Identify and develop organizational partnerships (such as with universities, professional service firms, or other nonprofits) that would be of benefit to fellows

Project Management

  • With the team, provide program support to various gatherings including our Interview Week, New Fellows Retreats, and All Fellows Conferences.
  • Support the highly-detailed process of gathering applications and monitoring the judging/review process using our online application system


  • Can clearly explain your deep passion for the work of social entrepreneurs to address climate issues.
  • Have a strong understanding of the climate field—the key definitions and science, the major institutional actors, recent history, etc.  An advanced understanding of climate science is not required.
  • Passion for Echoing Green’s mission, with a commitment to social entrepreneurship and harnessing next generation talent.
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
  • Ideally, the candidate has direct experience as a social entrepreneur.  At a minimum, the candidate has a meaningful understanding of a start-up climate (where our Fellows are).
  • An experienced networker, with some relevant existing networks and a readiness to build new ones with stakeholders at all levels
  • Strong ability to work independently, but also desire for and experience with working in high-performing teams and across departments.
  • Excellent organizational skills and detail-oriented, with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities.
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and committed to meeting deadlines and creating and improving processes.
  • High level of comfort with software systems such as MS Office, Convio, and

Echoing Green has a generous benefits package that includes major medical, dental, a matching
403(b) plan, paid time off, and other benefits.

Apply for this job Echoing Green website

UJA-Federation of New York Graduate Fellowship

The Wiener Educational Center is committed to promoting excellence within UJA-Federation of New York’s network of agencies, as well as synagogues and day schools in New York City, Long Island, and Westchester, by offering a full range of educational and professional development opportunities for current and prospective Jewish communal professionals. Through our UJA-Federation of New York Graduate Fellowship, we help prepare graduate students for careers in the Jewish communal sector by providing funding and educational opportunities that in turn enrich our entire community. As fellows, students will receive scholarships toward their graduate degree, come together for seminars addressing issues of import  in the Jewish communal landscape, and join a cohort of their peers and future colleagues.

Read more