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Student Programs

Addressing our most pressing challenges at the intersection of climate and social justice will require a new approach to problem-solving, communicating and training. Our Student Experience Program is designed to engage university-level students who are passionate about these issues, through training and professional development opportunities that will build the skills required to effectively execute this work both within academia and in the wider community.


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EarthLab Student Programs

Introducing the EarthLab Summer Internship Program
EarthLab is offering summer internships that will offer a robust, cohort-based experience for University of Washington undergraduate students. The program supports undergraduate interns from different disciplines who are placed within EarthLab’s member organizations for a 10-week paid internship focused on transdisciplinary research in a variety of contexts.

 

2022 APRU-UW Climate Change Simulation

Experience what it’s like to be a delegate at the 2022 UN Climate Change Negotiations. EarthLab and the Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHanGE) are pleased to offer 10 University of Washington students the opportunity to collaborate with a global team of students from 18 Association for Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) in a mock UN Climate Change Conference.

 

Clean Energy Scholars Mentorship Program

Accelerating the transition to a clean energy economy is one of the most important challenges of our lifetime. The key to doing this successfully is by ensuring that leading companies can identify, recruit and nurture skilled young professionals with the potential to lead this critical and fast-growing industry. The Energy Scholars program is a paid internship and mentorship program designed to equip dedicated and capable college scholars with the skills required to secure (and excel in) well-paid jobs in the renewable energy industry.

 


Member Student Programs

Several EarthLab member organizations provide training opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, from the UW and beyond. Learn more below.

 

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