- Extended Program
- One-Course, On-Campus Option
- 2010 Program Flyer (pdf)
- Student Testimonials
JBS is featured on BrandeisNOW. Check it out!
Hanna Wellish '12, a student in the JBS Environmental Health and Justice Program, creates a short video about the students' work with Worcester Roots.
Philip Lu '11 writes about his experience in The Justice.
2010 students created impressive study posters. Click on the images below to enlarge.
One-course, on-campus fall option
Students completing this JBS program will have the opportunity to participate in the ENVS 89aj Environmental Internship course in fall 2010 to further the students' understanding and involvement. (Students would do this as part of full, fall-term tuition payment to Brandeis.)
Although any student may participate in this program, JBS students would have special knowledge and training to enhance their work with one of the organizations collaborating with this JBS program or engaged in related work. Placements might include EPA or Department of Environmental Protection, Health Resources in Action and the Lead Action Collaborative, Jewish Family and Children's Service, Waltham Alliance to Create Housing, Healthy Waltham, ACE or others.
The ENVS 89aj course requires participation in weekly seminars and assignments, a substantial final paper and formal presentation of the student's work at the Environmental Internship Symposium at the end of the semester, typically well-attended by many internship supervisors, other students and faculty and outside visitors.