The Zilkha Center hires student interns during the academic year (fall, winter, spring) and the summer to work on campus sustainability projects. Let us know if you’d like to receive an email notification when future summer internships or school year jobs are posted. We often post about them on our social media pages and in our newsletters, so be sure to follow those!
Applications have closed for Academic year internships!
See full descriptions for the internships we hired for.
- Communications intern (1) *remote
- Environmental Center Gardens/Landscape intern (1) *in-person
- Sustainable Food interns (2) *remote
- Zero Waste interns (1) *remote
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Interns during the academic year work about five hours per week. They may work on research projects, on supporting programs and initiatives of the Center, or on initiatives of their own design.
Internship positions for 2020-2021 Academic Year include:
- Communications intern (1)
- Environmental Center Landscape intern (1)
- Sustainable Food interns (2)
- Zero Waste interns (1)
Full description of these positions can be found here.
These internships are usually action oriented and change depending on the ever-changing research and work needs of the Zilkha Center. Positions open at the beginning of the fall semester, but some positions require work only during Winter Study or spring semester, so their application period begins after fall semester. To read biographies of past academic interns, check out this link!
Summer interns have the opportunity to focus on sustainability projects that impact our campus community. The ZC hires interns with specific job descriptions to work for 10 weeks while living on campus during the summer, from about June 11 to about August 17.
The interns from Summer 2020 worked on the following issues:
- Zero Waste Intern
- Sustainability Training Intern
- Gardening & Outreach Intern
- Sustainability Integration Intern
- Sustainable Food Intern
- Submit Your Own Idea
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Projects have included designing interpretive indoor and outdoor signage for the Envi Center, working with Athletics to find local and sustainable food options for teams’ road trips, working with WOC to make the WOOLF menu include more sustainable and local food, and creating a video for First Days that explains sustainability on campus to incoming first years.