Student Conservation Association has collaborated with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to offer an excellent Career Discovery Internship Program for first & second-year college students from diverse backgrounds.
This paid internship is now going to take place at U.S. Fish and Wildlife field stations throughout the country for 12 weeks during the summer. It will focus on several areas such as visitor services, natural resources management, and refuge management.
Through on the job training, extensive professional skills learning opportunities and competitive pay rate, this internship experience will definitely provide you a look at what it is like to work at Student Conservation Association as an intern.
This internship will be located in Charlestown, New Hampshire
All interns are required to commit for 12 weeks.
The program will provide up to $5800.00 salary along with housing, weekly living allowance, week-long expense-paid orientation, assigned U.S. fish and wildlife service mentor, travel expenses to and from orientation and internship sites, hands-on experience.
All candidates are expected to fulfill the given requirements
- US Citizens or permanent residents
- First and second-year college students academic year 2019-2020
- Some positions in this program will require you to have access to a personal vehicle during your internship.
- Available to serve in the Southeast, Midwest, Northeast, or Alaska: May or early June to August 2020
How to Apply:
To apply, you need to fill an online application form.
The application deadline is open until the position is filled.