Internships – The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education – Spring 2012

The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education is currently seeking undergraduate and graduate level interns for the Spring 2012 semester to fill the following positions:

• Print and Publications – Assist with updates to exiting print material, develop marketing and communications packages, and assist with new product development. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite required.
• EfS Research (Graduate Level) – Assist and support the Sr. Director of Education and Research in the development of appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools. This may include contributing to literature reviews, collecting and analyzing participant data, conducting field research, observations and interviews.
• EfS Research and Program Support (Graduate Level) – Conduct research, work on special projects and produce reports for the President on critical questions and topics related to the field of education for sustainability including fact checking, market research, developments in the field, etc. May also be called upon to create an archive of teacher work for client schools, and other client support as needed.

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(Only electronic submissions will be accepted. No calls or emails please)

The mission of The Cloud Institute is to ensure the viability of sustainable communities by leveraging changes in K-12 school systems to prepare young people for the shift toward a sustainable future. We monitor the evolving thinking and skills of the most important champions of sustainability, and transform them into educational materials and a pedagogical system that inspires young people to think about the world, their relationship to it, and their ability to influence it in an entirely new way. We believe that K-12 education can substantially influence beliefs, attitudes, values, and behaviors related to sustainability. This is the most fertile ground for helping to shape a society committed to sustainable development. We develop in young people and their teachers the new knowledge and ways of thinking needed to achieve economic prosperity and responsible citizenship while restoring the health of the living systems upon which our lives depend.