Environmental Justice Summer Scholars Program
The Community, Engagement, Environmental Justice, and Health Center (CEEJH) invites undergraduate students to apply for paid internship opportunities with CEEJH. Internships will provide students with the opportunity to gain skills in research, science communication, community science, capacity building, environmental justice policy, and career planning. In addition to working on projects, participants will participate in skill building workshops to support their career development.
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