Lisa Corn is a College of Menominee Nation student majoring in liberal studies. Lisa is a first semester student and just moved back to the area after being away for a few years. She will be working at the CMN Sustainable Development Institute with the Sustainability Education Coordinator this semester to facilitate classroom activities using the POSOH curricula and plan events such as the Sustainability Leadership Cohort Youth Speak Event.
There are also opportunities to present about the POSOH project at conferences like FALCON in Minneapolis, MN, and the WIEA conference in Milwaukee, WI. Being new to POSOH, Lisa will be learning about all what the project has to offer not only herself but her children who attend area schools.
POSOH undergraduate internship opportunities are designed to strengthen POSOH participants’ qualifications and involvement in sustainable bioenergy-related studies and provide an additional avenue for building professional networks with industries and universities. As CMN continues to expand its efforts to become more environmentally sustainable, one of the areas in which it has been a leader for many years is in education and outreach.