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Sustainability Internships

Overview of Sustainability Internships & Opportunities

All School of Sustainability students are encouraged to pursue sustainability internships during their academic career.

Internships range in focus from environmental science to business, and are an important complement to a sustainability degree as they allow students to apply classroom theories to real-life situations.

These professional development opportunities can also help students determine whether their desired green career is a good match and to find the best job for their sustainability degree. Students who have completed an internship tend to have a competitive edge when searching for professional positions after graduation.

Read on for more information about the internships students in the sustainability program have completed with corporations, non-profits/NGOs and government agencies across both the nation and world.

Student Resources

Students: The pages below may answer many of your questions about internship opportunities in the School of Sustainability. You are also highly encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Internship & Experiential Education Specialist to discuss your specific interests and questions.

Community Partner Resources

Do you want to bring sustainability students onto your team with internship opportunities?

Looking to hire an intern ? The School of Sustainability welcomes community partners who wish to help students pursuing a sustainability degree to connect with professional development experiences. Interested businesses and organizations should contact the Internship & Experiential Education Specialist for dedicated guidance and support through the process.

Looking to hire a Sustainability graduate? We also have a dedicated Recruitment Development & Corporate Relations Associate to assist you in your search. Our sustainability majors bring unique knowledge in areas such as corporate sustainability, waste stream issues, energy strategy, project management, food systems, education, communication/marketing/PR and community development.