Internships are a great way for students to apply what they are learning in the classroom to a professional working environment. They also help students determine if their chosen career path is the right fit. Students majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability as well as Natural Resources Management are required to complete an experiential learning experience which can include an internship. The internships you see listed on the map are students who are registered in our ENR 2191 or 4191 class receiving academic credit for their experience and is not a complete list of all the internships our students are engaged in during the summer.
Take a moment to see where SENR students are interning this summer by scrolling (or clicking on) over the map markers. Read about internship experiences here.
The School of Environment and Natural Resources would like to thank the many individuals, organizations and companies helping to provide our undergraduate students with these important learning and employment opportunities.