SUST 4096 Sustainability Internship & Leadership Projects

The Sustainability Internship course, SUST 4096, is now offered each Fall & Spring semester.

  • Work on a sustainability project at a non-profit, business, local government or on campus.
  • Students can apply for internships identified by the course instructors, arrange an internship on their own (with the approval of the instructors), or propose a leadership project under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
  • Be part of a supportive cohort for developing professional and leadership skills & exploring strategies for leading social change in regards to sustainability.

Instructors from the Institute on the Environment:

Spring 2018: Thursdays 4-5:15 PM, 325 Lind Hall, Lead instructor: Megan Voorhees

Fall 2018: Tuesdays 4-5:15 PM, 313 Vincent Hall, Lead instructor: Mary Oldham Hannemann

Credits: 2-4 (Hours associated with internship varies from 2 credits = 4 hours/wk, 3 credits = 7 hours/wk, 4 credits = 10 hours/wk). Class time and coursework will require another 30 hours of student time throughout the semester.

Join us for the Spring 2018 Sustainability Internship Presentations

Where:  Learning & Environmental Sciences Building, Room R350 / Commons
When:   Thursday, May 10th, 2018 4:30 to 6:30 PM
Who:     Students from SUST 4096 Sustainability Internships course & anyone interested in their work
What:    Hear from students about their accomplishments and reflections on their internships this spring semester as they give  final presentations in lightning talk format.

If you would like to attend the event, please RSVP via this Google Form.  Contact Mary Oldham Hannemann <> or Megan Voorhees <> with any questions.