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We seek industry partners who are willing to share time and expertise to complement our students’ classroom education. Together, we can provide a range of experiential learning opportunities where our students can aptly apply their knowledge and skills, through internship opportunities, client projects and client-centered master’s projects.
We are always looking for industry partners who are willing and able to create internships for our students, be they undergraduates, masters, or professional students. Internship opportunities in all environmental sectors help to train our students in real-world situations, providing invaluable on-the-job training.
We look for semester-long projects where our students can help our partner organizations fulfill important and long-lasting organizational needs, addressing real-world problems in a professional setting.
The Social Science Surveys for Environmental Management course is in need of client projects that have a clear survey hypothesis. Student gather quantitative data and provide analysis to clients.
The Sustainable Business Strategy course is in need of clients with short-term strategic questions that can be addressed using strategic analysis tools such as stakeholder analysis, SWOT, benchmarking, multi-criteria decision analysis.
Clients should have a clear scope of work which is reviewed and agreed upon prior to participation. Projects that can be completed within a semester are most desirable.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
We ask that clients:
Complete the inquiry form below to begin the process of
Client-centered Master's Projects (MPs) span approximately one year and may take the form of management plans, educational curricula, policy analyses, business plans or other deliverables. These projects are mutually beneficial, with our students achieving additional professional growth by collaborating with a real-world client, and the client receiving tangible research benefits at no cost.
A Master's Project should:
Clients submit project proposals by June 1. Students are matched with projects in early September, and work begins immediately. Students submit their final project in April.
Fill out this online form to be considered for the next pairing of students and organizations:
For more information about master's projects, please email email@example.com
Want to participate but not sure which option is best? We are always looking for innovative ways to connect our students with clients. Please get in touch and let’s talk about where we might be able to make a connection.