C4E Undergraduate Internships - Center for the Environment - Purdue University

C4E Undergraduate Internships

Summer Undergraduate Student Research Internships

The C4E Summer Undergraduate Student Research Internship offers students an opportunity to work with a Purdue Faculty Mentor on a field or laboratory-based research project related to the environment.  These research internships will provide support for 20 hours per week for 8 weeks at $10 per hour. Faculty can match this support for full-time work but is not required. Any Purdue University Undergraduate student in good standing is eligible to apply. Students must work with a Purdue University Faculty Mentor to submit an application. Email us for more information.

Dead line is April 9 for 2018 summer internships. Click here for application.

Program Interns

The center offers undergraduate students opportunities to work as part of the C4E team. Main tasks will pertain to communications, outreach, data management and research.  Specific anticipated tasks include but are not limited to: assisting with event promotion, updating website, distributing mailings and advertising, generating content and posting on social media. In addition to daily and weekly updates, communications interns will also assist with writing content, creating graphics, and building out event or project pages in documents and our website. These positions require interns to exercise initiative, good judgment, and problem solving skills.  We are looking for bright, motivated undergraduate students interested in making meaningful contributions to the Center. Applications for internships are considered every semester, and positions are also available through the summer. Email us for more information.

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