Undergraduate Students

The Right Livelihood College at UC Santa Cruz is eager to work with undergraduate students from all academic divisions, and all campuses. Here are some ways to get involved.

  • Take one of our courses.
  • Join the Everett Program and work in the Right Livelihood project team. 
  • Enroll in a 2-unit, 5-unit, or senior internship. We have a listing with the Environmental Studies Internship Program and can also work with you to list an internship with your department. 
  • Let us know which laureate you'd like us to include in our 'Laureates in Conversation' online series. If interested you could co-host the online session. 
  • Collaborate with a laureate on a campaign or research project.
  • Integrate the work of a laureate into your research, writing, or project work.
  • Record an online video interview with a laureate for use in your class or project.
  • Apply for a travel grant to visit a laureate or Right Livelihood College to develop a shared research or education project.
  • Attend an upcoming event of the Right Livelihood College. 
  • Attend our Right Livelihood Summer Institute.
  • Apply for a scholarship to attend the Bioneers Conference with Right Livelihood Award laureates and Right Livelihood College faculty and students.

Please email us to inquire about these opportunities.

Globally, the RLC offers workshops, internships, scholarships, community projects and lectures for which individuals can sign up or participate in. However, the RLC does not offer diploma and degree courses. Young scholars planning to pursue research in the fields of one of the Laureates are encouraged to apply for the Right Livelihood Fellowships at one of the participating RLC campuses. Current openings and information about opportunities can be found on the RLC alumni blog.