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UNIVERSITIES

Eagle Eye works with universities to offer unique training and learning opportunities for college students interested in environmental education, sustainability, land stewardship, environmental justice, media and communications, and more. We are always looking for passionate and enthusiastic college students to help mentor the next generation of environmental advocates.

Eagle Eye's E.A.G.L.E. Initiative (Earth Advocates, Green Leaders for the Environment) began in 2010 with the purpose of training college students to engage youth from underrepresented communities in nature exploration, learning, and stewardship. Eagle Eye provides students with the necessary training, guidance, and materials to become effective Champions for youth and the environment by coordinating Eagle Eye programs.

We offer a Summer Internship Program for college students and recent grads, as well as opportunities to complete class projects, volunteer work, and internships for credit during the school year. If you are an interested student, university staff, or faculty, please contact us to learn more!

Intern Spotlight

"I began working with Eagle Eye on community outreach projects through a class assignment and knew right away that I was part of something special. Speaking with Anthony and MaJa, looking through old photos, and reading interviews with youth participants, it was clear to me that Eagle Eye had an incredible capacity to inspire a sense of awe and wonder of the natural world for youth of all backgrounds. As I met more members of the Eagle Eye community, I realized how deeply supportive and passionate every person is for each other and the work they are doing. They welcomed me into their circle with open arms, always encouraging me to do my best work and throwing their confidence behind me. Because of my time working with Eagle Eye, I’ve not only gained technical skills, but also become empowered to put those skills to use for a cause I believe in."

Rebecca Sirull, Former Communications Intern & Volunteer, Northeastern University