Explore, learn, and grow
A summer internship is required in order to complete the
Climate Science and Solutions program of study.
Through the internship experience, you will:
- gain real-life experience
- study under top-notch climate science industry
See where past and current students have found internships:
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Internship experiences of 2010-2011 cohort Read more
Grand Canyon greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory project-Northern Arizona
Billie Ford conducted
the 2009 GHG inventory for Grand Canyon National Park using the National Park
Service Climate Leadership in Parks (CLIP) tool.
Architectural and Environmental Associates-Flagstaff
Jarret Childers interned at Architectural Environmental
Associates, Inc. (AEA) in Flagstaff, AZ. He
designed, sized, and installed roof-top solar photovoltaics (PV) systems, solar
hot water systems, and rainwater catchment and grey water systems.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-Illinois
Erin-Marie Henry worked in the Division of Mobile
Source-Quality Compliance Program of the Illinois EPA responsible for enforcing vehicle emission
limitations through operation of a testing program that measures vehicle
Oak Ridge National Laboratory-Tennessee
Nevin Kohler interned at the Modeling and Synthesis Thematic
Data Center (MAST-DC) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. MAST-DC provides data management support and data
products for researchers with the North American Carbon Program. The internship
program at Oak Ridge is administered through HERE, or Higher Education Research
American National Standards Institute-Washington, DC
Annikki Chamberlain worked with the American National Standards Institute's
(ANSI) Accreditation Program for Greenhouse Gas Validation/Verification Bodies.
ANSI offers an accreditation program for organizations providing third-party
validation/verification services for the reduction and removal of greenhouse
Eco-Coach, Inc-Washington, DC
Matt Cohen interned remotely for Eco-Coach, Inc., a
sustainability consulting firm based out of DC. Matt worked to improve the
company's greenhouse gas accounting efforts and better tie GHG accounting to
their clients' energy management initiatives.
University of Maine
Chase Waddell spent his summer at the University of Maine
in Orono working with the Research Group for Industrial Ecology, LCA and
Systems Sustainability on Life Cycle Assessment.