CLEE is delighted to have graduate and undergraduate student interns join us in advancing our cutting-edge research in environmental law and policy. Past opportunities have spanned from pro-bono attorneys conducting work with us over the course of multiple semesters to undergraduate students from universities around the country joining our team as summer interns.
What to expect
As a volunteer with CLEE, you should expect to work alongside leaders in the field advancing innovative and timely work on environmental law and policy. We are committed to ensuring that our volunteers and interns are doing work that prepares them for a career in environmental and energy governance.
Each summer, CLEE hosts interns from universities across the country to build innovative land, water, and climate solutions. Interns experience the process of policy development and work alongside key environmental thought leaders.
These roles are flexible, part-time, and unpaid, typically running from June through August. The application window begins on March 1 and ends April 15. Please return during this time to apply.
Fall and Spring:
Our Fall and Spring Internship applications are in the process of being moved to the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP). This page will be updated with further details as they are finalized.
Graduate Student Researchers
We hire grad students on an ad hoc basis for specific projects, you can find a list of open projects here.
We also hire graduate students – both from UC Berkeley and other universities – as research associates over the summer when projects are available.
There is a range of ways that professional practitioners can engage in our research projects. If you are a practitioner in environmental and/or energy law and policy and are interested in our work, please reach out to us to discuss opportunities for getting involved.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in a program or to find out more about our currently available opportunities. We accept practitioners on a rolling basis as positions become available.