Each spring, students have opportunity to work with campus organizations, local businesses, government agencies, or non-profits on climate change related initiatives. Each internship requires six hours of work per week and will you will earn three credits as CCS 398, Climate Change Internship. These credits count toward the Solutions area of the CCS minor (applied area). They also count toward any upper division College of Forestry and Conservation major. The links below describe current and past student internships.

Spring 2017 Climate Change Internship Opportunities: Apply Now!