EJI Internship Programme

Principle information

You are a university student and Environmental Justice research is of your interest? The EJI has an internship programme and we are always interested in receiving your application.

The Environmental Justice Institute (EJI) was founded in 2014 with the aim to support academic research around the world that focusses on environmental impacts. We are committed to support young fellow researchers in their aim of gathering information, find and make contact to senior researchers, and get funding for their projects.

The EJI is an only-online think tank and internships consequentially require a high level of independence and discipline as consultations and instructions will be discussed by Big Blue Button (BBB). We thus encourage everyone to contribute according to your preferences. Our operating language is English.

To get an idea about how an internship can be, watch this video made by a former intern with the EJI:

You find information of how to apply below.

Who can apply?
Students registered in higher education system and wishing to set an internship agreement.

For what period of time?
One (1) to three (3) months (maximum 6 months).

Which study background:
Environmental and social sciences (political sciences, geography, sociology, journalism, international relations..)

Required language skills:
English proficiency B2 or higher (CEFR). Further language skills are a plus.

What would be the missions?
Realization of an academic research project and academic journalism for the EJI website.

What kind of research project?
Bachelor thesis, Master thesis, research internship, project of the EJI, or own project.

Access to computer / laptop with camera, headset, and internet.

Remuneration or gratification:
None, but possibility to apply to scholarships with assistance of the EJI.

How to apply:
Applications can be sent any time of the year at least four (4) to eight (8) weeks prior the internships estimated beginning. Send a CV and cover letter (Cover letter should outline your interest in environmental justice and/or environmental racism concept-wise, maybe connected to intersectionality) by e-mail to us, we will revert soon. You should provide information to the questions above beyond your topics of interest. Commitment trumps everything!