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“I’m incredibly grateful for the support of the community I’ve found working at the office, the mentorship I’ve received, and the connections it has allowed me to make. I’m proud of what the Campus Garden has become, that my confidence and belief in myself has been nourished, and that the skills I’ve taken from this internship are leading me to a number of potential careers that will allow me to continue to advocate for the things I care about.”

Cameron Waters '19, Campus Garden Intern 2017-2019

“My experience in the Office of Sustainability has given me a breadth of professional experience and taught me how to leverage my skills for something I am passionate about. As a content assistant I have improved my writing, gained experience with social media campaigns, and learned how to discuss environmental issues with a broad audience.”

Kellie Shanaghan '19 , Content Assistant 2019

“My liberal arts education at Wake Forest exposed me to new fields of information, challenged me to think creatively, and allowed me the opportunity to engage with people who I might not otherwise have met. The interdisciplinary nature of my experience proved essential post-graduation, as it prepared me for the winding road that would lead me to the job I have today.”

Jenny Miller '14, Senior Associate at Rare

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Reflections from Former Interns & Assistants

Each fall we welcome our environment and sustainability alumni back to campus to reconnect before cheering on the Demon Deacons at the homecoming football game. Join us for the chance to build your network, get updates about new events and programs, and learn how you can support  environment and sustainability efforts at your alma mater. Go Deacs!

Discover how Wake Forest alumni impacted sustainability on campus, in the community, or what they are currently doing to make a difference in the field.