PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies

PSEG ISS Green Team Program
May 31 - August 10, 2017

Student and Corporation/Agency Applications now open!

The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies (PSEG ISS) Green Teams program is a multi-institutional internship program targeted to upper level undergraduates (exceptional rising sophomores may also be considered) from any discipline who are interested in Sustainability. PSEG ISS Green Teams are transdisciplinary teams of students who serve corporations, organizations, non-profits, municipalities and community groups to address substantial sustainability issues. Teams of 5 students are constructed from acceptable applicants coming from many different disciplines and multiple institutions, and whose backgrounds match those required to achieve deliverables requested by corporations and organizations. To ensure students are well positioned to produce high quality deliverables, PSEG ISS provides trainings throughout the course of the program in core Sustainability subjects, hands-on experience with Sustainability skills, and guidance in professional development.

2016 Green Teams

Students and companies interested in learning more about the program and applying for this year's Green Team should visit the following pages:

About the PSEG ISS

The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies supports transdisciplinary research and community projects that grow more resilient communities worldwide. From climate change research in New Jersey, to energy studies in Viet Nam and modeling water availability in Africa, the work of Montclair State University’s faculty cover the world; with results shared with local residents, state agencies, and professionals.


Healthy environments and sustainable economies supporting resilient communities


To advance sustainability by developing community-engaged research projects and building educational programs through academic-corporate-public partnerships.