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Specific internship announcements will be posted here, mainly during the fall and spring semester. Please check back regularly for updates.
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GMRI Research Experience for Undergraduates
List Date: Jan 1, 2019
Close Date: Feb 15, 2019
‘Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem’
Eligibility: Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in an undergraduate program at a two- or four-year institution and should have completed at least one year of study in their program.
Compensation: This internship opportunity includes a stipend ($500/week for 10 weeks), meal allowance and housing at the Maine College of Art (MECA; https://www.meca.edu/student-life/residence-life/) student residences which are located about 0.5 miles from GMRI in the heart of downtown Portland.
Important Dates: Applications will be open from January 1st, 2019 until February 15th, 2019. Applicants will be notified of decisions between March 1st – 15th, 2019. The REU Program will run between June 3rd and August 9th, 2019. Students must be available for the entire 10 weeks to take part in the program.
Natural Resources Stewardship and Science Directorate
2019 Internship Projects
On September 10, the Natural Resources Stewardship and Science Directorate (NRSS) issued a six-week combined call for internship project proposals to be funded under the Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP), Mosaics in Science (MIS), and Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (FPL) programs. The NRSS is pleased to announce that 137 projects were selected across all programs in FY19.
Available internship announcements and application instructions are now available through the following outlets:
|Student Application Period Opens||Student Application Period Closes|
|Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (103)||December 1, 2018|
|Mosaics-in-Science (24)||December 3, 2018||February 3, 2019|
|Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (13)||December 7, 2018||January 25, 2019|
United States Department of Agriculture – OneUSDA Internship Program
The OneUSDA Internship Program offers Federal opportunities to students currently enrolled in qualifying educational programs or institutions, with a comprehensive developmental program intended to provide students with experience in a dynamic work environment that will enhance their educational goals and shape their career choices. An internship with USDA will involve various components of on-the-job experience, mentorship, and training tailored to the student’s education, experience, and interests.
During 2018, USDA was proud to host more than 3,000 interns throughout the country, about half of which were through the Federal Pathways Program. In the Summer of 2019, USDA will hire Pathways Interns in hundreds of locations across every state in the country for the following occupational fields:
Biological Sciences (e.g., natural resources management forestry, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, rangeland management, recreation)
Agribusiness, Contracting, Procurement, and Industry
General Administration and Office Support
USDA is making sure the Summer 2019 OneUSDA internship job announcement is easier-than-ever for college students to find and apply for. After choosing the geographic region of preference and the career path that best matches with students’ area of study and professional aspirations at http://www.usda.gov/Internships, students simply follow the links to https://www.usajobs.gov/ to set up an account, then follow the prompts to apply to the internship.
When applying, applicants will also have an opportunity to indicate their preferred area of interest and USDA Agency or office. USDA will start reviewing applications on December 9, and the application window will close on January 18, 2019.
For more information, visit www.USDA.gov/Internships.
INTERNSHIP FOR CREDIT
Internships (EVPP 894) may be taken for credit for students admitted to our degree programs. Work must be Environmental Science and Policy related work. Supervisors must have a terminal degree or the student must be supervised by someone with a PhD. Students must complete an Internship Contract and submit it to Susan Cheselka in the Graduate Office to be considered for an internship and give it to the host supervisor for signature. Once the host supervisor has agreed to the internship, the student should give the “Supervision of Internships” handout to the host supervisor. After careful review by the ESP Graduate Programs Director, the student will be registered for EVPP 894 by the Graduate Office. When the student has completed the internship and the written material has been graded by the host supervisor, the host supervisor must email the Graduate Programs Director with a grade.
General links to ongoing opportunities
- Environmental Science
- National Council for Science and the Environment
- National Museum of Natural History, Internship opportunities
- National Science Foundation – Research Experience for Undergraduates
- The Nature Conservancy
- World Wildlife Fund
- Office of Fellowships and Internships, Smithsonian
- Property and Environment Research Center
- Resources for the Future, Fellowships and Internships
- U.S. Green Building Council (scroll down to the bottom for available internships)
- US Environmental Protection Agency, National Network for Environmental Management Studies
- Conservation Job Board (Environmental career website profiling the latest jobs in fields related to conservation)
- University Career Services
Mason’s University Career Services office offers a wealth of job-related services including job searching strategies, job/internship fairs, and negotiation strategies.