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We welcome the opportunity to work with organizations that share our drive for a sustainable future. We challenge ourselves and students to work with diverse organizations in a number of capacities that champion these goals. These may include speaking engagements, mentor programs, student projects and more. We look to develop partnerships built on diverse interactions.

PARTNERSHIP BENEFITS

Here are a few benefits of becoming a Sustainability Graduate Program partner. There are numerous ways your organization can engage:

APPLIED PROJECTS

Engage as a client sponsor in our experiential learning program. Student teams work to rigorously define the problem each client is facing, and produce a final deliverable aligned with scoping exercise and client needs. Clients receive real value, students build skills, and broaden their professional networks. Applications are due in the summer before the academic year begins.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Sponsor an intern through a formal opportunity over the summer as part of the program requirement, or at any time during the academic year. Internship opportunities result in value for both the host organization and the student.

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

Mentor a student in the MA cohort. This relationship proves valuable on both ends. Connect to the university and meet talented professionals.

GUEST SPEAKING

Guest speaking opportunities give the students in the MA cohort the opportunity to hear about sustainability in action. From ecosystem conservation to CSR, our student interests are diverse.  Students in our program crave “real world” connection.

ADVANCED TALENT RECRUITING

Meet sustainability professionals with a bleeding edge skill set before they formally enter the job market.

Our featured partners

The list of organizations we work with keeps growing...

BECOME A SUSTAINABILITY partner

To develop a working partnership with our program, or for more information on the benefits and opportunities contact: Jon Clift, cliftjs@wfu.edu.