|The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is excited to offer two career preparatory programs for students from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds. Working closely with the National Park Service (NPS) and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, we’ve developed expense-paid internships aimed at providing students with the mentorship and hands-on experience needed to build a career in the conservation field.
|Candidates must be:
- US citizens or permanent residents
- Undergraduate or graduate students during the 2014-2015 academic year
- Available for a 12-week summer internship
- Open-minded, with an adventurous spirit
- Not necessarily experienced in conservation, but eager to learn more – all majors welcome
|Interested students can learn more at:
|Students applying to either of these programs will have their SCA application fee waived. Ask your students to email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know they are applying. We are also available every Friday from 9am-5pm EST to chat via our online community, www.conservation-nation.org.
|For more information about SCA or to search our other internship and program opportunities, please visit our website at www.thesca.org. We look forward to hearing from your students!
PAID Northwest Fisheries Science Center Internship – Apply by Oct. 8 The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) is offering a new Paid Internship Opportunity for undergraduates to research with NOAA scientists at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) starting autumn quarter. This internship opportunity is especially good for undergraduates in the sciences who might be interested in Fisheries and Marine Biology-related lab and field work research.
Interested applicants can find out more about the internship opportunity and the requirements to apply for each on our website here. Application deadline is Wednesday, October 8th.
Snohomish County currently has 4 Internship postings found at http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/2553/Job-Listings.
- Engineering Intern – Airport
- GIS Intern – Information Services
- Public Benefit Rating System Analyst Intern
- Trade and Economic Development Intern
Interns must be able to show proof of enrollment at a post-secondary institution at the time of their internship.
All applications are submitted online. These internships are open until filled.
We would appreciate any assistance in spreading the word to students.
I’m also hoping that you all can follow Snohomish County, WA on LinkedIn. We have been highlighting job and internship openings as well as other Snohomish County information. https://www.linkedin.com/company/snohomish-county-wa?trk=biz-companies-cym
NLC Intake and Referral Internship
Seattle Public Utilities has an opportunity for up to 3 interns within our Corporate Communications Branch. These will be filled at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
Interested students should apply online as there are attachments required as well as responses to supplemental questions. The link to this posting is: http://www.seattle.gov/personnel/employment/default_neogov.asp – under the Student Opportunities tab, scroll to the Corporate Communications Internship posting (listed in alphabetical order).
Want to work in the UW Community? Apply for this paid internship working in the North of 45th Community.
Husky Neighborhood Interns (HNIs) work on projects to improve public safety, promote civility and foster a greater sense of community for the students and permanent residents living north of campus.
- Compensation will be $10-12/ hour with a maximum of 7-10 hours per week . Students must be able to work in the United States.
- Must be able to attend two days of training in late September before classes start.
- Strong verbal and written communications skills.
- Outstanding organization and time management skills. Ability to manage projects and provide leadership.
- Ability to work independently to accomplish tasks and take initiative.
How to Apply:
Please send a resume and cover letter addressing why you would like to work in the North of 45th area and what issues or concerns do you see facing this community to Community Standards and Student Conduct at email@example.com by May 9, 2014. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis after we receive resumes and cover letters.
For a more detailed job description and to learn more about the HNI program check out www.washington.edu/cssc
The Administration for Children and Families seeks students for paid summertime employment opportunities. We encourage candidates to apply today. The first 100 completed applications will be considered. We have several positions in Washington, D.C., and our Regional Offices. Please visit link for more details. Please forward this announcement to students who may be interested:
Student Jobs Open to the Public:
Student Trainee (Management Assistant); ACF wide; G-3/7; Salary: $22,058 to $44,615; Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City (MO), New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C.; Deadline: Friday, May 30; https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/367608300
The summer intern vacancy announcement is open:
Women Who Rock unConference & Film Festival brings scholars, musicians, performers, visual artists, media-makers, and activists together to explore the role of women and women of color in the creation of popular music that anchors cultural scenes and social justice movements in Las Americas and Beyond. This multifaceted endeavor reshapes conventional understandings of music and cultural production by initiating collective methods of research, community and scholarly collaboration, and teaching. We encompass several interwoven components: an annual participant-driven conference and film festival; project-based coursework at the graduate and undergraduate levels; and a digital oral history archive hosted by UW Libraries that ties the various components together.
The Women Who Rock Research Project, is developed through collaborations between UW faculty, graduate students, artists, community members and scholars of gender, race and sexuality in music and social justice movements.
See attached word document for detailed description of intern duties, qualifications and responsibilities.
Women Who Rock Intern Positions –for applicants2014 (2)
For more information go to womenwhorockcommunity.org
Internships may be the critical job experience needed to give applicants an edge in today’s tight job market. The Department of Social and Health Services has internship opportunities for college students during the summer of 2014. Interns learn first-hand about public administration in the largest state agency in Washington, gain valuable work experience, and network with professionals in state government. DSHS gets the opportunity to meet the next generation of thinkers, innovators, and leaders.
College students interested in state government and working for an agency that helps millions of Washingtonians every year will benefit from this opportunity.
Applicants should be committed to fairness, inclusion, equity and respect for all cultural differences among our employees and those whom we serve as we fulfill the agency mission of transforming lives.
DSHS Internship-job announcement 3-3-14 (final)
Should you have questions about completing the online application or have any issues, BEFORE you submit your application, please contact Esmeralda Crosson, at 360.725.5831 or DAOMailbox@dshs.wa.gov (preferred).
Brightwater (near Woodinville, WA) is offering several internship spots this summer for undergraduates who want to create inspiring outdoor learning experiences for children 4-12 while working in a beautiful natural setting. This is a 5-week internship with a small stipend to help with living expenses. For more information and application materials, visit islandwood.org/brightwatercamps. Deadline to apply is March 31st.
JD – BWSummerCampInternship 2014
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