Global Footprint Network 2004 Summer Internship
We are seeking an intern to assist with a range of organizational and project work. Current graduate, MBA, and advanced undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Depending on their skill set and interests, interns may work on building network partnerships, outreach, supporting Footprint projects, and enhancing the web site. They will also help run and develop the administrative functions of the organization. The intern will work closely with all staff, which include experienced environmental business consultants and Dr. Wackernagel, co-creator of the Ecological Footprint.
Applicants are expected to be motivated, reliable, responsible, and able to be self-starters. Applicants should be interested in sustainability, global resource issues, ecological economics, and resource analysis. A background in one of the following or related areas is preferred: business (especially current MBA students), ecology, environmental science, earth systems, urban planning, resource management.
Key Qualifications and Responsibilities
Individuals who feel they can make a positive contribution to the Footprint Network by bringing a different combination of skills are also encouraged to apply.
Time and Compensation
How to Apply: Send resume and statement of career goals. Email preferred; subject line MUST include the term “Internship Application". Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When to Apply: Application deadline May 17.
Who We Are
The Ecological Footprint, used widely by governments, communities, and businesses to monitor ecological performance and to plan for their future, is endorsed by sustainability leaders such as E.O. Wilson, Jørgen Randers, Karl-Henrik Robèrt, and Herman Daly.
For more information about the Global Footprint Network and the Ecological
Footprint visit www.footprintnetwork.org.