Still in search of summer plans?
Take on a summer Habitat Restoration Internship with Friends of Buford Park and Mt. Pisgah where you’ll earn academic credit, maintain oak savannah habitat, and learn valuable restoration skills!
Learn more about this flexible summer opportunity by taking a look at the full description.
This local non-profit is looking for interns to teach lessons at local elementary schools, plan events, and more! All training is provided, no experience required — and you can get college credit through UO’s Environmental Studies Department.
If you are interested and available for 3-6 hours a week this Fall, Winter, and/or Spring, contact Josh at Partners for Sustainable Schools and view the full position description
We’ve brought in a leadership development specialist to help out with our transition, and several of the workshops are open to all. We encourage you to check out the full schedule and take advantage of these resources to make next year as successful as possible!
Workshops include, the facilitative leadership, anti-oppression, coalition building, transition, and career counseling.
Apply for PAID fall campus fellowships with the Sierra Student Coalition!
Fall Fellow will help build the SSC network and recruit young people to Power Shift. Power Shift is the youth climate movement event of the year- bringing together over 10,000 students and young people to get trained, learn and be empowered to make a difference in their communities. Power Shift is October 18th-21st in Pittsburgh, PA.
Our Fall Fellows will work on-campus and in their states to build teams to fund-raise, recruit, and create excitement for Power Shift. But the work doesn’t stop there- after the conference, students will return to their campuses to take action at home and effect real change on the environment, climate and energy.
Applications due: May 27th