An experiential education experience (internship) which guides student in applying theoretical knowledge and professional skills in a supervised, professional, domestic or international context relevant to their interests related to Climate Action Leadership. Requires a minimum of 420 contact hours at the host organisation, normally completed over a period of 3 to 5 months. Provides opportunities to design and present forward-thinking climate action initiatives by bringing together classroom learning, theoretical concepts and academic literature with reflective practice and practical learning acquired through internship placement. Pre-requisites Internship and Career Management Skills course (offered by CLD) resulting in confirmed contract with internship host for a minimum of 420 contact hours and onsite supervisor. Graduate level research course.