UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE
The Center is actively involved with the Climate Science and Policy Master's of Advanced Studies Program. This one-year, interdisciplinary program responds to the increasing global need for scientific, policy, and communication experts to apply climate solutions in a wide variety of industries.
CCCIA researchers also teach courses and provide mentorship to undergraduate students pursuing a Climate Change Studies Minor. This interdisciplinary minor covers an understanding of the scientific, social, political and economic dimensions of climate change, and involves students in developing solutions such as climate adaptation projects.
FELLOWSHIPS & INTERNSHIPS
The Center has hosted fellows from the California Sea Grant Science Communication Fellowship program and the Scripps Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program.
Currently, there are currently no open internship positions.
JULIA R. BROWN FUND
The Julia R. Brown Fund for Climate Change Research and Education provides supplemental support for graduate and undergraduate students to attend climate conferences and workshops, to develop climate-related educational material stemming from their research and to participate in community projects related to climate change impacts and adaptation.
To learn more about the Fund, the application process and previous awardees, visit the Julia R. Brown Fund Page.