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Internship Hosts

Our Climate Leaders Program Scholars each participate in a three to six month internship that offers them the opportunity to work and contribute to high-impact projects that help climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts.

Internships may be inside or outside the United States and may include businesses or industries, academic institutions, non-profits, community organizations and local, state or federal government agencies.

Activities for these internships might include efforts to save reefs and ocean fisheries, mitigate flooding, improve water supplies, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce global energy use, introduce alternative power sources, improve food supplies, and improve the general health and wellbeing of individuals affected by climate change.

2022 Internship Partners

We are excited to announce our 2022 internship partners. Our scholars will be working with mentors at Argonne National Lab, Lenoir County Emergency Management Division, National Renewable Energy Lab, RTI International, Sports Positive, Sustaera, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

2022 Climate Leaders Program Internship Partners

If you are a business, organization, agency, etc. that is interested in partnering with us to host our Scholars as interns, email Amanda Mueller (