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Specific internship announcements will be posted here, mainly during the fall and spring semesters. Please check back regularly for updates.
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VIRGINIA SEA GRANT
Current internships: https://vaseagrant.org/professional-development/internships/
The World Bank
MULTILATERAL INVESTMENT GUARANTEE AGENCY (MIGA)
TERMS OF REFERENCE
Application deadline: April 30, 2019
Questions can be directed to Dr. Younsung Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
St. George’s, Bermuda
Deadline: May 31, 2019
Information here: http://www.bios.edu/education/reu
Apply here: https://reumanager.com/bios/
Prince William County Department of Public Works
MOSQUITO AND FOREST PEST MANAGEMENT BRANCH
Mosquito and Forest Pest Surveillance Technician Paid Internship (3 available)
Term: May – September 2019
The Prince William County Department of Public Works is seeking three paid interns to assist the Mosquito and Forest Pest Management Branch with mosquito surveillance and forest pest related activities. Work will be performed in a variety of functions, mostly outdoors, including but not limited to mosquito surveillance, forest pest monitoring and outreach/education; some lab work with sorting of mosquitoes may be involved. Training will be provided.
General Job Duties and Responsibilities
- Organizes trap equipment daily and safely transports equipment to trap sites
- Sets out and collects adult mosquito traps in an accurate and timely manner
- Sorts collected adult mosquitoes and prepares specimens for lab identification and testing
- Assists in tree surveys, parasitoid releases, and forest pest surveillance
- Locates, identifies and monitors larval mosquito habitat
- Samples and collects larval mosquitoes for lab identification
- Maintains and inventories assigned equipment
- Utilizes and enters data into a comprehensive database
- Conducts site visits with relation to mosquito complaints, forest pest issues, etc.
- Educates children and the general public in a variety of outreach/education activities
- Communicates technical concepts effectively to appointing authorities, coworkers, and customers
- Performs other duties as assigned
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent (GED). College experience strongly preferred
- Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
- Must be able to communicate effectively in English
- Must be able to work independently
- Must be able to perform assigned duties in a variety of terrain and weather conditions
- Must be available to work Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm (flexible schedule may be accommodated)
- GPS/data collection and ability to accurately identify Virginia native tree species are a plusSalary & Benefits
- $10-14/hour based on relevant education and experience
- No benefits; however, college students may be eligible to apply for college credit
Please send resumes to Vanessa Duenas at VDuenas@pwcgov.org. Positions will remain open until filled. For more information, please call 703-792-6279.
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)