Friday, May 22, 2009

2 Opportunities to Find Qualified Interns

Design professional finds himself with extra time on his hands that he wants YOU to have! Offer of free services for a professional with design-related skills, but capable of much more!
Has a keen interest in sustainability and is looking to increase his knowledge of how “green” practices are being incorporated into various businesses and organizations. Would like to participate in your process, get some work done and learn about your sustainable passions at the same time. Willing to do a range of work, such as preparing proposals, planting a garden, or even cooking a meal. Available during regular business hours, but am more than willing to accommodate you if your schedule is not strictly 9-5.
Daniel Starr

Daniel relocated to Chicago 5 years ago from Atlanta where he lived for 7 years while working in the design and architecture industry. Daniel has a Bachelors of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida (1997) and 12 years of experience in the field. He is an active member of the USGBC Chicago Chapter and serves on the Programs Committee where he assists in creating and coordinating a variety of education and social events. As of April 2009 Daniel is a LEED Accredited Professional. Interests outside of work include: photography, music, hiking, cooking and continuing what seems to be a never-ending condo renovation.

Science & Technology Interns

The Academy for Future Leaders in Science and Technology’s mission is to achieve greater workforce diversity in the professional fields of environmental sciences by providing opportunities aimed at enriching the academic, social, and professional competencies of women and minorities from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds.

Student interns are hand-selected by their high school counselors and the Academy Leadership Team. Each will be chosen because he or she is motivated to succeed and has shown some interest in the broader fields of science and technology.

The internship organization would ideally have an environmental science and/or management department where the students can gain hands-on experience in that particular field, but this is not a requirement. The organization should be located in proximity to downtown Chicago and/or is easily accessible via public transportation.

Contact Kelley Lauginiger, Program Coordinator, at, or (312) 906.6524.


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