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Emory’s Office of Sustainability Initiatives (OSI) hires undergraduate and graduate student interns throughout the school year and summer. Interns are paid hourly. During the academic year, qualified Rollins students may apply through the Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) Program.

OSI relies heavily on the work of interns for research, benchmarking, implementation, and outreach in all areas of sustainability. Based on student interests and OSI’s needs, interns work on a variety of projects in the areas of energy, water, waste, transportation, food, green building and other sustainability initiatives. OSI does not have extra office space for students, so work is done remotely with regular meetings with staff to discuss projects. Interns will work 10-15 hours/week, depending on interns' schedules and OSI's needs.

Summer 2016 intern positions are now open!
All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Emory are invited to apply for our summer internships. Available opportunities include the:
- Communications Intern
- General Intern (Multiple Positions)

Follow the links for full descriptions. All majors are welcome, but those seeking experience in communications and sustainability are preferred. If interested, please submit your resume, cover letter, examples of your communications-related work (if applicable) to Taylor Spicer by Tuesday, Mar. 22, 2016.

Community Internship Opportunities
Community partners also reach out to the Center for Community Partnerships and the Office of Sustainability Initiatives with unpaid internship opportunities for Emory students.

All opportunities (paid and unpaid) will be posted in the Student Sustainability Forum Facebook page. Please check here for the most up-to-date listings.

FoodCorps Service Member – Applications Open through Thursday, Mar. 31, 2016
Have you been looking to address your community’s health and issues of food justice in concrete ways? Apply to become a FoodCorps service member! Since September 2015, a current crop of AmeriCorps service members has reached over 100,000 kids in limited resource communities with food and nutrition lessons that give them the information they need to make smart choices; hands-on activities like gardening and cooking that foster their skills and pride around healthy food; and lunch trays filled with nutritious meals from local farms. At the same time, through their service, our members are learning new skills and paving the way towards their future careers as educators, chefs, community organizers and public health advocates. Learn more about FoodCorps here. Applications are now open through Thursday, March 31, 2016.

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