Communicating sustainability concepts to the community at large is a challenge, especially considering the flood of misinformation in the mainstream media. Effective communication can be quite challenging, because we often need to make scientific concepts, technical data, and moral & ethical & moral issues clear and engaging to the public.
While it is difficult to spell out in the specific activities & topics months in advance, it is safe to say that interns will likely work on print, and online, and in-person communications, including reports, posters, presentations, web pages, and/or news releases — and this may at times include controversial issues.
Examples of likely focus areas for 2018: Exploring sustainability in K–12 schools, community planning, and social-justice issues including the ‘Welcome, Neighbor’ project. Specific activities depend in part on what is happening in the community during the internship.
Note: This internship is usually also available with a graphic design focus for qualified students.
? — Send an email to internship coordinator Peter Crownfield
Updated November 2017