Psi Upsilon Environmental Fellowships

Psi Upsilon Environmental Fellowship Alumni Survey

In celebration of the Psi Upsilon program's 10th anniversary, we have developed a survey to reconnect with Psi Upsilon Environmental Fellowship alumni to find out more about how the program has affected you and to learn more ways we can improve upon the program going forward. 

Please help us out by completing the survey here.

The Environmental Studies program offers two fellowship programs that place ES majors in stipended summer internships - the Community Matters in Maine - Psi Upsilon and Logan Environmental Fellowships and the Psi Upsilon Sustainability/Environmental Justice Fellowships.

Psi Upsilon Sustainability and Environmental Justice Fellowship.

The Psi Upsilon Sustainability and Environmental Justices Fellowships provide students with the opportunity to explore the topic of sustainability or environmental justice by working directly with a business, at the government level or through a nonprofit organization.  The Environmental Studies Program will award one Sustainability and one Environmental Justice Fellowship in the summer of 2010.

Application Due Date: March 1st, 2010 at noon

Community Matters in Maine Psi Upsilon and Logan Fellowships

The ES Program coordinates the 10-week internships, working with Maine non-profit organizations and governmental agencies. Commitment to work in the environmental field, academic record, and financial need are all important criteria, though students not receiving aid are eligible if a paying summer job is a necessity. The Environmental Studies program will award seven Psi Upsilon~Community Matters in Maine Fellows

Application Due Date: February 10th, 2010 at noon

Questions? Please contact the ES Program Manager, Eileen Johnson at 207-798-7157 or via email at

The Community Matters in Maine Summer Fellowship Program also includes the Community Action Fellowship program that places students with organizations adressing issues of social/civic concern at the local level and are designed for students interested in public service with experience in community service and/or service learning courses.