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Internship

• Starts Jun 10

Student Intern

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🚀 Off-cycle Internship

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AI generated summary

  • You must be a high school student in specific California districts, 16 or older, with an interest in construction and energy, completing tasks independently and carrying out a final LEED project. Ability to read/write English, learn safety, follow instructions, and work collaboratively is crucial.
  • You will participate in virtual LEED Green Associate classes, engage in weekly conference calls, and work towards obtaining your certification with a national intern cohort.

Off-cycle Internship

Science, SustainabilityHinckley, Petersburg

Description

  • As the Student Intern, you will be part of a 7-week virtual internship program with a start date of June 11, 2024 and ending on August 1, 2024, where you will explore the intersection of sustainability and real-world implementation of sustainable design and construction.

Requirements

  • You attend a high school in one of the following 14 California school districts; (Livermore Valley, Santa Clara, Jon Swett, San Marcos, Basset, Dublin, Ventura, Oakland, Compton, El Mont, Hinckley-Big Rock, St. Joseph, ROWVA, Porta)
  • You are 16 years or older and an enrolled student or graduating senior
  • You have an interest in construction, energy, physics, sustainability, and engineering and may have previously taken a course related to these topics
  • You can complete research, readings, and writings without supervision
  • You have the ability to carry out a final project on a LEED topic of your choosing
  • You can read and write English at a level required for a successful job performance
  • You can learn all safety aspects of the job
  • You understand and follow oral and written instructions, and you can maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course work

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Science
Sustainability

Responsibilities

  • You will join a cohort online working to obtain an understanding of the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Green Associate programming. You will participate in virtual classes with students from different districts across the country, engage in a weekly national intern conference call, and work towards obtaining your LEED certification.

Details

Work type

Part time

Work mode

hybrid

Start date

Jun 10, 2024

Location

Hinckley, Petersburg