Internship Opportunities

Summer 2020 Internship Projects

The potential partners/projects for the Serve-Learn-Sustain Summer 2020 Internship are listed below.  Please click each link to see a full description of each opportunity.


Partner: Carrie's Closet

2018/2019 Fellow at the Center for Civic Innovation, where they are a part of a collective of civic entrepreneurs tackling inequality in Atlanta. 

Project #1: Foster Children, Technology, and Resource Coordination

Project #2: Policy and Advocacy for Georgia's Foster Care Children


Partner: Center for Civic Innovation

Project #1: Community Programming Intern


Partner: Center for Sustainable Communities

Project #1: Design, Development, and Deployment of Energy for All - ECO District Hampton Roads 

Project #2: Creating and Advancing A National Movement on Climate -- The 1.5 Degree Patrol -Organizing and Mobilizing for Climate


Partner: City of Atlanta - AgLanta

Project #1: Fresh Food Access District Map

Project #2: Fresh Food Access Map


Partner: City of Atlanta - City Planning

Project #1: Atlanta Main Street District Profiles


Partner: City of Atlanta - Office of Resilience

Project #1: Increased Food Access Through Food Recovery

Project #2: Increased Food Access Through Nourishing Soils


Partner: City of Savannah

Project #1: Sea Level Sensor Project - Hudson Hill Community Profile Report

Project #2: Sea Level Sensor Project - Neighborhood Response Planning and Management

NOTE: This internship is based in Savannah, Georgia.  Intern would need to be on site and make their own housing arrangements.


Partner: Civic Dinners

2018/2019 Fellow at the Center for Civic Innovation, where they are a part of a collective of civic entrepreneurs tackling inequality in Atlanta. 

Project #1: U.N. Sustainable Development Goals Conversation Plan

Project #2: U.N. SDGs Partner Development


Partner: Coffee County Historical Society

Project #1: Coffee County Memory Project

NOTE:  This project is based in Coffee County Georgia, and will have two interns working on the project.  Interns will need to be on site and make their own housing arrangements.


Partner: Friends of Refugees, Inc.

Project #1: Friends of Refugees Green-Building Construction & Project Management Internship


Partner: Global Growers Network

Project #1: Community Garden Best Practices Toolkit


 

Partner: Groundwork Atlanta

Project #1: Gun Club Park

Project #2: Multi-Modal Trail and Transit Development in Northwest Atlanta


Partner: Grove Park Foundation

Project #1: N.O.W. Program

Project #2: Proctor Greenway Trail


Partner: Georgia Tech Facilities Design and Construction

Project #1: Modeling Renovation Projects for Energy Efficiency

Project #2: Occupant Health Condition Assessments


Partner: Georgia Tech Institute for People and Technology (IPaT)

Project #1: Smart Sea Level Sensor Project - Emergency Management Portal

Project #2: Smart Sea Level Sensor Project – Air Quality Sensors

NOTE: Some work with these projects will be done in Savannah, Georgia


Partner: Park Pride

Project #1: Community Building and Park Advocacy


Partner: Plantlanta

Project #1: Plantlanta State University

Project #2: Plantlanta Volunteer App


Partner: SMART Community Corps

SLS partners with the Georgia Smart Community Challenge for the SMART Community Corps summer internship program.  There are multiple internship opportunities located in Atlanta and around the state.  

NOTE: Although SMART Community Corps interns are part of the SLS Summer Internship Cohort, this is a SEPARATE application.  Please complete their application for this internship, along with the SLS application if you are interested in applying for multiple project opportunities.


Partner: Southface Institute

Project #1: Fulton County Community Resilience Hubs

Project #2: Municipal Climate & Clean Energy


Partner: Sustainable Community Solutions Network

Project #1: Equitable Network for Sustainable Development

Project #2: Contractors of Color Platform


Partner: The Life School

2018/2019 Fellow at the Center for Civic Innovation, where they are a part of a collective of civic entrepreneurs tackling inequality in Atlanta. 

Project #1: Design Innovative Fellowship for International Teens

Project #2: Explore Tech-Drive Urban Agriculture Ideas with Teens


Partner: Transformation Alliance

 

Project #1: Transformation Alliance Membership and Policy Support


Partner: Urban Food Forest

Project #1: Business Development


Partner: West Atlanta Watershed Alliance

Project #1: Proctor Creek Watershed Stories


Partner: WUNDERgrubs

2018/2019 Fellow at the Center for Civic Innovation, where they are a part of a collective of civic entrepreneurs tackling inequality in Atlanta. 

Project #1: Insect Farm Social Franchise Pilot

Project #2: Cultural Change to Sustainability