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Undergraduate Student Resources

Scholarships, Fellowships and Funding Opportunities

The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) seeks to connect students to scholarship and fellowship opportunities specific to Princeton students (High Meadows, Princeton Project 55) and those outside the University (Morris K. Udall Scholarship). Students registered with the Certificate Program in Environmental Studies will receive email notifications of opportunities as they arise. To register, students must complete the online Student Enrollment Form.

Professional Development

PEI is committed to advancing knowledge, creating awareness, and developing the next generation of environmental leaders, whether in academia, government, non-profits, or corporations. Students seeking career opportunities in the environmental field should visit or contact the University's Office of Career Services to look for job opportunities. Students will find valuable resources for environmental/green careers options compiled on this site.

Stay Connected – Resources for Alumni

PEI invites all ENV Certificate alumni to join the PEI-emailing list as well as the PEI Facebook page to stay connected to the PEI community and receive news and events information.

Princeton also offers a number of portals to stay in touch with the Princeton community:

Alana Tornello

"I thought that it would be a struggle to combine environmental studies with the arts, but PEI has offered multiple opportunities through the funding of internships abroad, unique courses, and independent projects that have allowed me to smoothly blend these otherwise disparate disciplines."

Alana Tornello, 2012

"PEI has provided me an intimate look at the relationship of community and environment -- whether through classes with the world's best climate scientists and social entrepreneurs, or through supporting community engagement with local students in rural China and in the Navajo Nation."

Peter Florence, 2012
Chemistry Major