internships since Spring 2010
hours of service performed by interns
degree programs represented

Program Overview

The Office of Sustainability Student Internship Program—a collaboration with UGA’s Fanning Institute for Leadership Development—provides opportunities for experiential learning, leadership and professional development while making a positive and tangible impact within the University of Georgia and Athens communities. Since 2010 our internship program has grown from one intern to as many as 26 positions. 

All interns participate in leadership development programs provided by UGA Outdoor Recreation and the Fanning Institute, as well as the Semester in Review event on Reading Day.

Time

Internship positions in the Office of Sustainability are available during each academic semester. Interns have opportunities to collaborate with other interns and office staff and are expected to spend at least 10 hours per week working on a specified project or topical area and assisting Office of Sustainability staff as needed.

Academic Credit

Some degree programs require an internship. Students are encouraged to initiate opportunities for relevant academic course credit through their college or school. To date, credit internships have been arranged through the Odum School of Ecology, the College of Environment + Design, the College of Public Health, the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communications, and others.

Applications for Fall 2016 Internships are Closed
Check back in November 2016 for Spring 2017 positions.

Spring 2017 Internship Positions

Internship positions will be announced in the middle of Fall 2016 semester.