Student Applications for Summer ISAC Internships Due March 23

February 28, 2014

Penn undergrads interested in environmental sustainability can spend the summer working as a research assistant to a Penn faculty member looking to infuse their course with “green” themes. Four paid positions are available for students able to work a 40-hour work week. Students review syllabi, revise readings, create course materials and more, in order to include elements of sustainability in a new or existing course. 2014 will be the program’s third summer: To date, both teachers and students have testified to the value of the program. Student applications are due March 23. Learn more on the Green Campus Partnership website.


Student Sustainability Association at Penn (SSAP) is the umbrella organization for environmental sustainability student groups, uniting 20+ student organizations.

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