College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Jobs and Internships

September 3, 2010

I. Environmental, Health and Safety Intern
II. Peer Health Exchange
III. Sustainable Transportation/ Bike Plan internship
IV. Green Campus internships
V. Center for Cites and Schools Fellowship

I. Environmental, Health and Safety Intern
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II. Peer Health Exchange
Peer Health Exchange (PHE), is a non-profit organization that is expanding its program UC Berkeley this fall. PHE's mission is to give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to makehealthy decisions. They train college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack education. Last year, we trained 90 volunteers at UC Berkeley to teach health workshops to nearly 1,200 9th graders. This year, we are excited to recruit volunteers at UC Berkeley to help us reach an even greater number of high school students.

To learn more, attend an information session with free food on:
. •Thursday Sept. 2nd @ 7PM
. •Wednesday Sept. 8th @ 6 PM
. •Thursday Sept. 9th @ 7PM

All Info sessions will be in 240 Mulford
Questions? Contact Berkeley@peerhealthexchange.org
Apply online at www.peerhealthexchange.org


III. Sustainable Transportation/ Bike Plan internship
Position Opening: Sustainable Transportation/ Bike Plan internship (2010-2011)
CACS is looking for a Sustainable Transportation/ Bike Plan intern to play an integral role in the continuing growth and quality of campus bicycling and walking through updated planning and research, relationship building, and education. This internship is intended to help the campus meet the transportation goals set forth in various adopted campus plans. Please refer to http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/cacs for more information. Pay is $12 - 15/hr, and resumes are due September 10, 2010 to calbikes@berkeley.edu

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IV. Green Campus internships
The Berkeley Green Campus Program, a student-run organization focusing on energy efficiency projects on campus and in the residence halls, is now hiring for the paid position of Project Coordinator to help spread awareness and facilitate projects promoting energy efficiency as the quickest, cheapest way to reduce our impact on the environment. Freshmen and sophomores able to make a long-term commitment preferred. Applications due September 12. For more information, please contact BerkeleyGreenCampus@gmail.com.

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V. Center for Cites and Schools Fellowship
The Center for Cities & Schools is offering a fellowship for a student to work on a green schools certification program. Graduate Students preferred but undergrads are welcomed to apply.

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