This summer join the OurEarth.org community and become an intern in OurEarth.org's 2011 Environmental Leadership Program. This is a rare opportunity for you to develop as a leader and learn many of the skills that are necessary if you want to create significant environmental changes in the future. In addition to leadership training, you will work on a number of diverse environmental projects that will help the OurEarth.org organization and website expand, be in a team with students from other colleges, earn course credit, connect with OurEarth.org's large network of environmental professionals, and because OurEarth.org is still a young organization this is an opportunity to join on the ground floor of many up-and-coming initiatives. Lastly, for added flexibility, all work is done remotely so you can work from your home, campus, or anywhere else, yet you will still have very frequent contact with the OurEarth.org management and other interns via conference calls, email, webinars, and other electronic mediums.
Finally, the program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. If you want to apply, act quickly since admission is done on a ROLLING BASIS and acceptances will begin to be mailed in February.
If you have any questions, please contact John Ullman at (410) 878 - 6485 or email@example.com to get additional information.
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Where: Metta Earth Institute in Lincoln, VT
When: July 11th-August 7th
Cost: $1600 (Program tuition, meals, housing, and materials are included.)
*Alternative financial arrangements and fundraising assistance may be available.
- Acquire practical skills and knowledge through hands on experiences in organic gardening, permaculture, ecovillage design, animal husbandry, natural living, foraging, whole foods cooking and preserving, and farmstead life-ways.
- Develop transformative social change skills - storytelling, community building and organizing, authentic communication, and personal empowerment practices - to help grow and accelerate the ‘Movement of movements’ emerging in our time.
- Deepen into your life's purpose with daily yoga meditation.
- Reconnect, energize, and gain new perspectives in a five day Wilderness Quest while learning to lead experiences in nature.
- Learn how to effectively facilitate the WakeUp experience (http://www.generationwakingup.org/), one of our generation's most powerful tools for raising awareness and inspiring action.
If you are interested in attending this training, please send a letter of interest and intent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please feel free to share this opportunity with others you think may be interested!
9:00 am Start time
9:15 am Introductory remarks by Kim Bottomly (President of Wellesley College)
9:30-11:00 Keynote speaker: Matthew Nisbet (Professor of Communications)
11:15-12:45 Panel 1 on Alternative Energies Featuring: Greg Watson: Senior Advisor for Clean Energy Technology; Tim Heidel: Research Director for MIT's "Future of the Electric Grid Study"; Michael Golay: Professor of nuclear science and engineering; Vladimir Bulovic: Professor of engineering and nanotechnology
3:15-4:45 Panel 2 on Communicating Science Featuring: