Student Programs

CSCS engages undergraduate and graduate students, and recent graduates, through internships, fellowships, and campus ambassador positions.  See below for more information on these programs.   


CSCS is offering three summer internships for the summer of 2022! See below for details of these positions. All of our internships are paid positions.

Thanks to our past internship partners Everence, MCC Washington, MCC Ottawa and Eastern Mennonite University for helping us create a brighter future for our students, and for our planet!

Climate Videography Internship

The Climate Videography Internship is a part-time (30 hours/week) summer internship for students with an interest in Filming, Video production, and Climate Communications.  Students will engage in production of short videos to accompany a climate curriculum focused on church audiences. The Climate Videography Internship is remote-based and is paid an hourly wage for 30 hours per week.

If interested, please fill out the application form here.

For more info on this position, please view the full job description here.

Climate Futures Fellowship

We unfortunately are not able to offer fellowships for the 2022-2023 year. Thank you for understanding!

Campus Climate Ambassadors

The Campus Climate Ambassadors program began in the Fall of 2018. It brings together students from Mennonite college campuses in the United States and Canada, and encourages them in their campus organizing work, offers training, and connection with other students from around the country. Cohorts start the year by attending a training session where they discussed climate communication, campus organizing, and the best way to connect their campuses together through a common passion for sustainability. The program is by recommendation only, so we don’t accept applications for the Ambassadors positions. If you would like to know more about the Campus Climate Ambassadors program, or have any questions about their work, email Joseph Harder at

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Campus Climate Ambassadors from 2018-29 at the training at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center. (From Left to Right) Anna Zehr from Hesston College, Andy King from Eastern Mennonite University, Gabe Miller from Goshen College, and Katie Isaac from Fresno Pacific University.