CSULB Office of Sustainability
The Office of Sustainability in CSULB’s Physical Planning & Facilities Management Department offers a variety of internship and student assistant positions. Student interns and assistants help with campus sustainability efforts and specific projects.
CSULB Sustainability STARS Internship (Spring 2020; unpaid position)
The Sustainability Office Interns will have a unique opportunity to contribute to making CSULB more environmentally, economically, and socially responsible while helping to raise awareness about the exciting sustainability programs, policies, and initiatives that already exist here at the Beach! The Interns will work under the supervision and mentorship of the campus Sustainability Coordinator and will play a key role in updating the university’s Sustainability, Tracking, Assessment, and Reporting System (STARS) evaluation and report. See the 2017 report HERE.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, submit a resume and one-page cover letter to Lilian.Ledesma@csulb.edu.
ASI/USU Sustainability Assistant Positions
These paid student assistants develop and support ASI and USU campus sustainability programs and initiatives under the direction of the ASI/USU Facilities Director and Associate Director and the ASI Sustainability Coordinator. Check out the ASI Jobs website to see if applications are currently being accepted for this position.
ASI Lead Sustainability Assistant
Do you have what it takes to be a sustainability leader on campus? The Lead Sustainability Assistant is a one-year, part-time paid position within the USU Administration Facilities Operations division. Responsibilities are to support various initiatives in the USU, plan and execute projects that Sustain U committee suggests and serve as a student leader to Level 1 Sustainability Assistants.
ASI Secretary for Sustainability Position
The Secretary for Sustainability is a one-year, paid position within the AS President’s Cabinet. Responsibilities are to promote awareness of ASI sustainability efforts, develop sustainability strategies, and advise student government on campus sustainability efforts.
City of Long Beach Office of Sustainability
The City of Long Beach’s Office of Sustainability offers internships to students pursuing a degree in Planning, Urban Design, Environmental Science/Policy, Graphic Design, Landscape Architecture, Public Administration/Policy, Business, Geography or related field (graduate students welcome).
Meaningful change is possible when, as the saying goes, we “Think global and act local.” Volunteering is a way to give back to our local community and take an active role in restoring and protecting our local environment.