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The EcoFellowship Program is a one-year paid fellowship position to work with staff and other EcoFellows to carry out community outreach, school education and other activities related to climate action initiatives and educational programming in western Massachusetts.
Where Are They Now?
Nate Shuler ’15
“Almost everything I was exposed to at CET is relevant to the role I have now.”
Nate currently works as a Sustainability Associate at Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services.
Jenny Goldberg ’15
“CET’s EcoFellowship has set me up for a great career in sustainability by helping me master industry-specific skills and connecting me with other sustainability professionals in the region. “
Julia Giordano ’14
“I think our greatest environmental challenge is still a lack of education on these topics. I learned so much at CET; I feel better equipped to make more sound decisions when it comes to my energy use and waste production.”
Julia currently works at Cradles to Crayons in Chicago.
Casey Simpson ’14
“With each new generation, more and more creative ideas emerge to decrease a growing number of people’s environmental impact, as well as encourage the population to get outside and learn why the movement is so important.”
Casey is currently still at CET in the Green Home Services department.
Heather Merhi ’14
“I became almost obsessively concerned about the environment in seventh grade. I was shocked at the potential impacts that could occur during my lifetime.”
After her fellowship Heather began working for the environmental consulting firm Woodard & Curran.
Trey McCain ’13
“I had the opportunity to expand the breadth and depth of my skills. It prepared me for work with a variety of clients, personalities and perspectives.”
After his fellowship, Trey and his wife launched Triskelion Media.
Annie Stilts ’13
“I can’t say enough good things about how CET helped me get to where I am today.”
After her fellowship, Annie became an Environmental Scientist for Boeing in Renton and Seattle,WA.
“I work to align the culture, operation, and conduct of Smith College with the principles of sustainable development.”
After her fellowship, Emma became the Campus Sustainability Coordinator for Smith College.
“The skills you gain are very useful no matter what
career path participants take.”
After his fellowship, Carl became the chef and owner of a small diversified organic farm.
“The Eco-Fellowship allowed me to try my hand at different forms of science education.”
After her fellowship, Rachel started teaching as the Gifted and Talented Enrichment Consultant at Farmington River Elementary School in Otis, MA.
The EcoFellowship Program is supported by: