Internships— Want to join us? An intern at Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods should have the desire to improve our cities with practices that are just both to the people and to the environment.  The work ranges from improving low-income housing to creating significant academic literature to planning sustainable events. The job is challenging, but it is fun. You will work with a mix of professors, community leaders, advanced research assistants, and interns with the same aspirations as yourself - in addition, the skills you gain will be directly applicable to a future career in urban sustainability.

 
If you're interested, please send an e-mail describing your background, interests, and availability to jgilde02@sprynet.com.  Good luck!
 
Here is our current staff:
 
Zach Kenitzer—Zach is from Louisville, Kentucky and recently completed his Masters in Urban Planning, awarded by the University of Louisville. He starts his PhD coursework in City and Regional Planning this fall at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio with a focus preliminary focus’s in Housing, Transportation and Environmental planning.
 
Jen Ewa—Originally from Chicago, Jen is a second year law student at University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. She hopes to complete a JD/MUP and enter the field of urban planning and environmental land use.
 
Hannah Hunt—Hannah is an undergraduate student at Indiana University studying Political Science and Environmental Affairs.  She recently completed an internship in Spring 2011 with the Government Accountability Office in Washington D.C. as a public policy analyst.  She plans to attend graduate school next year to continue work in the fields of sustainability and planning.
 
Victoria LaRocca— Originally from Louisville, Victoria recently completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of San Francisco.  She hopes to continue her work in the environment in graduate school next year.