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Green Fellows

Green Pathways - FellowsAre you a graduate student attending a DC-based university?

DOEE Green Fellows are highly competitive paid opportunities for graduate students attending DC-based higher education institutions.

Each year, the Green Fellows program solicits applications for paid positions within our Administrations.


Fellow Description

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Environmental Services

Lead & Healthy Homes & Air Quality

Environmental Services Administration is seeking a fellow pursuing a degree in public health or closely related field to work with management to submit proposed amendments to two lead-focused statutes and to the two sets of regulations associated with them.

Reopening Summer 2017


Affordability & Efficiency (Doctoral)

The Affordability and Efficiency Division (AED) seeks a Green Fellow to conduct an examination of the circumstances contributing to the need for energy assistance in the District of Columbia.


Renewable Energy & Benchmarking

The Green Fellow will manage projects and conduct research on complex energy initiatives that require collaboration across local and federal governments, community stakeholders, and the private sector.

Administrative Services

The Agency Operations Fellow will complete an assessment of the agency’s Environmental Impact Statement Form (EISF) process and assist with other operations projects such as the Green Zone Environmental Program (GZEP), Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, and preparing monthly internal agency communications (e.g. newsletters).

Natural Resources

Water Quality

The Water Quality Division (WQD) seeks a Green Fellow to assist with complex water quality initiatives that require collaboration across local and federal governments, community stakeholders, and the private sector.

Urban Sustainability

USA Green Fellow will research and provide recommendations for green building and climate initiatives and play a leadership role in rolling out specific sustainability programs in the private sector and with major District institutions.

Fellows’ responsibilities include research and policy, writing and editing, project management, and end with a presentation to the Department Director and Senior Staff. More details/Q&A can be found in the attachment below.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process please contact us at [email protected].