Sustainability Internships & Applied Learning

The Go Green: Sustainability Internship Program allows you to gain valuable work experience, learn new skills, and expand your knowledge of sustainability practices. While Go Green internships are voluntary, these unpaid internships can often be utilized for academic credit. Our interns have gone on to work in a wide array of jobs related to sustainability. 

Go Green: Interns have the opportunity to choose the projects they work on, and pursue something they are passionate about. Historically students have completed a wide range of internships with the Office of Sustainability. These internships have covered a  wide range of of topics including event programming, projects management to development and implementation of Green Action Fund proposals. These internships can also offer you the opportunity to work with a wide range of community partners. 

Go Green InternshipsInternship Expectations: 

  • Internships require a one semester commitment. Internships total 35 hours and are unpaid. Over a semester an internship is roughly 3 to 4 hours per week.  
  • Interns must attend an orientation event 
  • Attend monthly meetings with all interns
  • Spread their passion for sustainability on campus and in the community.
  • Complete an after action report of their internship  

Go Green: Campus Sustainability Internship Opportunities:

If you are interested in becoming an intern, contact Brandon Bishop, Applied Learning & Engagement Manager

Resources for Sustainability Opportunities: 

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Community Organizations related to Sustainability: 

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Regional Higher Education Sustainability Organizations: 

 

Prior Go Green Interns: