Considering an Internship?
Please email us at email@example.com for additional information regarding internships.
LEAD interns learn to:
- Recruit and manage volunteers
- Support and run work parties
- Identify local native and invasive species
- Promote a non-profit organization through campus news outlets, social media, and community outreach
- Connect with other organizations for collaboration and research
Current Co Directors
Ava is a second year Environmental Studies graduate student working on her thesis on agroforestry adoption in Washington State.
Brandon is a first year Environmental Studies graduate student working on their thesis on optimistic environmental fiction.
Sofia is a Communications major, who focuses on growing student participation in LEAD projects. She has developed a style guide and posting schedule for LEAD’s social media, as well as gathered photo and video content for LEAD’s social media.
Máté is an Environmental Studies major, who is focused on developing the LEAD website and outreach with partner organizations. They helped coordinate and developed copy for this website.
Eva is an Environmental Science major, focused on developing an environmental education curriculum for LEAD to use during events and seminars.
Tegan is an Environmental Studies major, who is focused on researching the Miyawaki Method and determining planting methods. She has compiled a list of plants typical to our local forests, researched soil amendment methods, and helped make decisions regarding reforestation methods.
LEAD is not currently hiring, but will be looking for one graduate co-director and several undergraduate interns for the 2023-24 school year in September. Openings will be posted here.