Meet our Fall Interns

We’re happy to introduce you to our fall crop of interns!

Click here to read their bios and learn more…

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L to R: Ebi, Morgan, Gavi, Margot, Hattie, & Connor. Not pictured: Brenna & Reese 

We have 5 students from Birmingham Southern‘s Urban Environmental Studies program and 3 students from UAB’s School of Public Health… plus 65 students working with us through two service learning courses!

Our interns provide us with valuable perspective, great ideas, and the opportunity to get projects done that help them grow academically and as individuals … all while experiencing what it’s like to work with a non-profit organization.

 

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