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Allegheny College


CEED Internship Opportunities

CEED and Allegheny College provide paid internships to support Allegheny students working in collaboration with faculty and/or community partners on CEED-related projects. Most of CEED's salaried internships are offered during the summer months.

Students also can arrange for non-salaried, credit-bearing internships at any time. This can be coordinated with any CEED project director, or by contacting the CEED Director.

Internships are available for several ongoing CEED projects including Meadville, PA: Not Your Run of the Mill Community, master planning for restoration of Mill Run as well as Allegheny College's Eco-Reps Program. If you are interested in learning more, please contact CEED Director Amara Geffen.

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Center for Economic and Environmental Development  

Last update: 1 August 2007