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.