Our Sustainability Integration Program for Students (SIPS) is an award-winning initiative that offers you meaningful opportunities to work on real-world sustainability challenges and help the University operate more sustainably. You can be paid for your time or earn course credit for your work.
You might have a passion for a sustainability challenge or an idea you are keen to explore, or you could be looking for opportunities to apply the skills you've developed through your study in a sustainability context.
SIPS connects you with people across the University working to create sustainable change today. Students have been actively involved in shaping how sustainability is practised, and you can contribute too.
Bring your critical thinking and creativity, and develop your skills for a life and career that supports sustainability into the future.
Connect to solve common issues
We have a holistic understanding of sustainability, share and learn from other universities, schools and organisations for a more sustainable future.
Apply your skills, be rewarded
Apply your learning to real world sustainability challenges and be paid, or gain course credit, while doing so.
Learn how to affect change
Experience how change happens in a professional context and how to improve sustainability outcomes in any workplace.
All study levels and areas
Whether you're an undergraduate, postgraduate or research student, SIPS is open to students of all levels and study areas.
Shape sustainability at our uni
Help the University of Tasmania have a positive environmental impact and to be a leader in sustainable campus management.
2,300+ students over 10 years
Kick start a new initiative, or help an ongoing project developed by past students come to fruition by applying your skills.