Internship Announcement

In 2005, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service will sponsor 60-80 paid summer internships with a primary focus on recruiting and exposing freshman and sophomore Hispanic, African-American, Asian and Native American students to the conservation field. The Conservation Careers Diversity Intern Program is a collaboration between FWS, FS, and the Environmental Careers Organization.
Each summer internship offers: a $4,800 stipend ($400/week for 12 weeks); $1,000 housing allowance or free housing; $300 minimum to help with relocation expenses.
Students who are currently majoring in or have an interest in the following or other related academic fields are urged to apply:
Biology, Botany, GIS, Ecology, Plant Science, Cartography, Wildlife Science, Hydrology, Forestry, Fishery Science, Geology, Soil Science, Natural Resources, Chemistry, Parks and Recreation, Range Conservation, Physical Science, Environmental Education
For more information, please contact:
Josephine Xiong
Program Manager
617-426-4783 x.142


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