The University of Tasmania is proud to be a partner in the Monash University Green Steps Program again in 2012.
Green Steps is an award-winning training program which equips selected participants with practical sustainability skills for the workplace. It offers training and a 15-day work-based placement. Green Steps will be hosted by UTAS again in 2012 and run by the Monash Sustainability Institute.
Green Steps provides the opportunity for students to explore the links between their core area of study and sustainability. Through the support of the NRM North, NRM South and Cradle Coast NRM, the Green Steps at UTAS program is free of charge for successful applicants.
All UTAS students are eligible to apply, with 14-16 places on offer.
Green Steps is a great opportunity for students to:
- Grow their knowledge and connections in the environmental sustainability sector.
- Gain practical skills in environmental auditing, project and behaviour change management.
- Get their foot in the door with valuable work experience in environmental sustainability.
Applications close on Friday 10 August 2012.
Interviews for applicants will be held in mid August.
Training for successful applicants will be run over two weekends: 14-16 September and 28-30 September, and 2-week internships with a Tasmanian business will be run during the 2012-13 summer break.
For more information visit Green Steps
Published on: 29 May 2012 3:02pm