The Office of Sustainability (sustainability.jhu.edu) works with stakeholders across Johns Hopkins University to adapt operations, establish programmatic initiatives, and infuse stewardship for the environment into campus culture. As part of a new internship program, interns will work on a multitude of projects, ranging from planning events and developing educational resources and marketing materials, initiating or helping to host university programs and campaigns, to conducting research and working with campus partners to develop programs, integrate sustainability into operations, and assist our efforts to affect systems-level change across the university.
All positions are paid and open to current JHU students only. All internships span 15 weeks each semester, at roughly 50-75 hours per term. Students must be able to work independently, including off-site. All interns will meet weekly as a group with office staff, weekly with their project supervisor, and participate in other conversations as needed, able and appropriate.
The full list of current opportunities can be found at sustainability.jhu.edu/Internships here.
To apply, complete the online application here. Please refer questions to email@example.com.
Summer 2017: - Construction & Demolition Waste Analyst
Fall 2017: - Air Travel Analyst - Communications and Marketing Intern - Construction and Demolition Waste Analyst - Energy Conservation Analyst - Events Intern - Green Lead Program Coordinator - Smart Labs Intern
Academic year 2017-2018: - Green Lead Program Coordinator