|Tatum DeMay (left) samples for zooplankton in Lake Michigan during her internship with CMU Great Lakes Summer Research for Undergraduates|
Internships offer opportunities to make your education "real" by providing practical work experiences in your field of study or career interest area.
Environmental Studies students are strongly encouraged to pursue summer internships to augment their learning and prepare themselves for future work in the environmental field.
Also, a local internship may be undertaken during the academic year for credit toward the ES major or minor. Those interested in receiving academic credit for an internship (ENST 397 Internship) must consult with the Environmental Studies Program Coordinator, Dr. Laurine Brown or the Environmental Studies Program Director, Dr. Abigail Jahiel, and receive approval before registering for the internship and beginning work.
Environmental Internship Options - Explore this link to local internship options to identify an appropriate for-credit opportunity. Also see ideas for regional and national internships for possible summer experiences.
See the Internship Guidelines for academic credit requirement details (ENST 397).
Campus Bulletin Boards - Browse the Environmental Studies bulletin boards located in Center for Natural Science (CNS) and Center for Liberal Arts (CLA) or contact Dr. Abigail Jahiel (email@example.com), the Environmental Studies Program Director or Dr. Laurine Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Environmental Studies Program Coordinator, for more ideas.