May 7th, 2014
Check out the job and internship opportunities relating to natural resources below! For a list of other career related links, visit Careers in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences.
Week of October 20, 2014:
The GREEN Program is the premiere experiential learning program for future clean energy and sustainability leaders. The short-term immersion programs take students on adventures to the epicenters of clean tech, sustainability, and innovative industries.
· Engage in hands-on, experiential education with industry experts and professionals
· Behind the scenes access to innovative clean energy facilities and sustainability projects
· Supercharge your resume with a global perspective and unique cultural experience
· Network and develop relationships with powerhouse student leaders and professionals
· Bridge the gap between traditional textbook learning and real-time industry insight
· Participate on world-class bucket list adventure excursions
· Earn an academic transcript during our 8-10 day programs
Take a step out of the classroom and experience the clean energy and sustainability industries, while having the adventure of your life with The GREEN Program.
· World-class educational environment
· Student-driven passion Capstone Projects
· The epicenter of renewable energy
· Bucket list adventure excursions
· Transferable academic transcript issued by Iceland School of Energy – Reykjavik U
· Ancient Inca technologies and wonders of the world – Machu Picchu
· The implementation of water sanitation technology in the third world
· Immersive and historically rich Inca culture
· Peru’s natural resource policy
· Transferable academic transcript issued by Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola
· The technologies behind sustainable design and urban regeneration
· Philadelphia’s Green Building and energy efficiency case studies
· The crossroads of sustainable design and implementation
· The fusion of global markets and sustainability
· Transferable academic transcript issued by Philadelphia University
The Project Youth Extension Service (YES) Internship Program is accepting applications for the 2015 -2016 internship. Applications will be accepted through February 28, 2015. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity! Interns will gain first-hand experience in working with military children and youth throughout the nation. Additionally, they will explore a career-broadening project under the guidance of an individually assigned mentor. Please visit http://militaryfamilies.
Internships Available in Youth Development and Professional Development:
Project Youth Extension Service (YES) Internship
A partnership between the Cooperative Extension System and the Department of Defense has provided the funding for a national, military youth development and professional development program. Through this initiative, active college students have the opportunity to develop professional skills developing and facilitating youth development through experiential work experience with military children, youth, and families throughout the nation.
Project YES interns receive high level training in leadership and youth development, group facilitation, and varied age-specific curricula and then provide youth development programs to military families throughout the nation. They receive a daily stipend and assistance with travel expenses for their efforts. Project YES interns do not have to be a North Carolina State University student. Participating interns remain at their home universities and colleges for the duration of the Project YES internship.
Project YES will accept applications for the 2015-2016 cohort though February 28, 2015. Students will be notified of their application’s status in April, 2015.
More information and application materials can be found at Project Youth Extension Service. Specific questions regarding the internship may be referred to JC Johnson, North Carolina State University, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the attached powerpoints for more information:
Week of October 16, 2014
American Rivers is hiring a Conservation and Government Relations Associate. They are looking for a candidate with a B.S. and a minimum of 2-4 years work experience.
Please see the attached PDF for a complete description and application information:
American Rivers Job Posting
WEEK OF August 28, 2014
Research Intern: Bird Cams
The Bird Cams project at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (AllAboutBirds.org/cams) is seeking a Cornell undergraduate to analyze prey data from our live cams, including the Cornell Red-tailed Hawk cam. Help develop and conceive research questions, collect data from live and archived recordings, analyze data, including data from citizen-science participants, and publish findings in collaboration with Cornell Lab staff and faculty. Must have close attention to detail, a strong interest in conducting research and analysis, and ability to think critically and work independently with guidance from mentors. Previous experience with statistical analysis is helpful. Ideal candidates will have experience watching birds and an interest in animal behavior, multimedia, and online communications. This is a paid internship at $10.00 per hour for approximately 5 hours per week (flexible) during the fall semester. Please contact Bird Cams project leader Charles Eldermire (email@example.com) with a resume and a cover letter describing your interest in the internship and what you hope to gain from it.
Deadline: September 12, 2014.
Communications Intern: Bird Cams
The Bird Cams project at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (AllAboutBirds.org/cams) is seeking a Cornell undergraduate to interpret bird biology and behaviors observed on Bird Cams for the general public. Moderate live chats focused on Bald Eagles, feeder birds, wildlife of Sapsucker Woods, or other species; develop FAQs, video highlights, and interpretive materials; and be part of a team to develop new, innovative ways to engage viewers and build stronger connections to birds. Must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, positive outlook and attitude, and strong interest in helping others to understand the beauty and complexity of birds and their environment. Ideal candidates will have a strong background in bird watching or animal behavior, a creative mind, and ability to interact patiently and positively online with people of all ages and backgrounds. Knowledge of raptors is a plus. This is a paid internship at $10.00 per hour for approximately 5 hours per week (flexible) during the fall semester. Please contact Bird Cams project leader Charles Eldermire (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a resume and a cover letter describing your interest in the internship and what you hope to gain from it.
Deadline: September 12, 2014.