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Hazel M. Johnson Fellowship

Are you a black woman or a gender-expansive person who is interested in the environment or the climate? Apply to be a Hazel M. Johnson fellow!
24 Feb 2024

About the Internship:

  • All Fellows are assigned mentors, grow their networks, and forge lasting relationships within and between the cohort of fellows
  • HMJ Fellowship positions are full-time paid positions with a minimum hourly wage of $18 an hour
    • All Fellows will also receive a stipend of $5,000 (on top of the hourly wage) to go towards living expenses, professional development, and wellness, in addition to weekly coordinated professional development through Partner Organizations and Black Girl Environmentalist.
  • The summer will conclude with an in-person retreat with fellow participants.


  • Be a Black woman or gender-expansive person who is an aspiring climate and environmental professional
  • Must demonstrate an interest in the environmental and/or climate field(s)
    • Fellows do not need an environmental science degree or formal training in this field.
  • Applicants must be residing in the United States, or a United States territory, for the duration of the fellowship length

  • Undergraduates, recent graduates (up to 3 years out of undergrad), and first-year graduate school (students entering grad school in fall 2024) 



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