Openings with the S&S team!

If you’re interested in getting involved with Sense and Sustainability, we’d love to work with you. We have a blast working together, and we’re looking to grow our team to keep pace with the growth of the site. Below are a few ways you can get involved.

Position Openings

The Sense & Sustainability (S&S) team is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students primarily based in the US and UK, as well as recent graduates working in the public, private, and third sectors. Together, we have an eclectic set of academic specialties, ranging from international relations and economics to public health and neuroscience, and we enjoy discussing everything from our NBA allegiances to international approaches to education. Our common thread is an interest in taking a holistic perspective to sustainable development.

Sound like a group you’d like to join? S&S currently has openings for the following positions, described in more detail below:

–        Bloggers

–        Blog section editors

To express interest in one or more position(s), please e-mail Caroline Huang ([email protected]) with a brief statement of why you are interested in a given position and any relevant experience you have. We look forward to hearing from you!



Are you a whiz when it comes to snappy writing and insightful commentary? Provide your unique viewpoint by becoming an S&S blogger. Our content falls in five categories: Energy and Climate Change, Business and Technology, Health and Education, Development and Global Governance, and Ecosystems and Biodiversity. We welcome submissions of all kinds; a short analysis of a current event, a series of columns reflecting on your personal experiences and recent problems arising in your field, or a longer piece on your own research would all be appropriate.


Blog section editors

Interested in shaping the content for the S&S blog beyond the scope of your own writing? Become a blog section editor and work closely with your section’s bloggers to identify and cover the important topics within your issue area, providing editorial support where necessary and coming up with new ways to jazz up your section. (See the “Bloggers” position description above for the five content categories. We’re currently still looking for editors for Health and Education and Energy and Climate Change. )