PLEASE NOTE THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE REFERS TO A CLOSED PROGRAMME Many London organisations and businesses express interest in hosting interns. Samples of some of the internships that have been offered are presented below. These will give you an idea about the diversity of employers looking for interns to help them move toward sustainability.
PLEASE NOTE THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE REFERS TO A CLOSED PROGRAMME
Many London organisations and businesses express interest in hosting interns. Samples of some of the internships that have been offered are presented below. These will give you an idea about the diversity of employers looking for interns to help them move toward sustainability.
Commission for a Sustainable 2012 The aim of Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 (CSL) is to provide independent assurance and commentary in order to enable the sustainability objectives of the London 2012 programme to be achieved and to support a sustainable legacy. The internship involved research, reporting and advisory activities. Some preliminary work on sustainable legacy was required to inform the work of the Commission around this area over the next five years.
Creative Environmental Networks (partnering with Sponge Sustainability Network ) is a not for profit organisation delivering a range of services to engage householders, businesses and communities in environmental and social improvement. Two eight week internships were offered within CENs planning, policy and developer support team including: a) project support (specialising in sustainable design) and, b) marketing and communications support.
Trucost Plc, an environmental research organisation, which helps companies and investors understand the environmental impacts of business activities, is a returning host employer from the 2007 scheme. They are offering a paid internship focussing on research, database management and data analysis of six-eight weeks. Miho Kurosaki, their intern from 2007, now works full-time for the company.
BioRegional Development Group, an entrepreneurial independent environmental organisation which develops commercially viable products and services to meet more of our everyday needs from local renewable and waste resource, to enable One Planet living, is offering an unpaid internship. The internship covered a variety of work from media monitoring, sustainability auditing and knowledge management, to work on projects including One Planet Living, Biomass, Food, Marketing, Sustainable Construction and Construction Waste.
As well as the following:
Building Research Establishment (BRE)
Centre for Excellence in Leadership
Community Developers International Limited
Constructing Excellence in the Built Environment
Ethical Property Foundation
Government Office for London
International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU)
Jagonari Women’s Education Resource Centre
Julian Brooks Associates
Lend Lease Retail and Communities
London Borough of Enfield
London Borough of Richmond
London School of Economics and Political Science
London Sustainability Exchange
Marks & Spencers
Satellite – The Green Energy
SEE Potential Ltd
University College London
Urban Design London
Volunteer Centre Westminster