Interns will be integral parts of the project team, providing research support and using their writing skills to produce project-specific memos and more general white papers on green building, sustainable transportation, food systems, and economic development topics. Interns will receive hands-on project training. This position will provide the opportunity to learn about a variety of sustainability issues nationally, and give input into how to promote these topics at the local, state and federal policy levels. Intern should be available approx. 12-16 hrs/wk for the spring semester, with a possible extension to full-time through the summer. Start and end dates are negotiable and schedule is flexible within normal business hours.

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To apply, send resume and cover letter to Julia Prange,