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Aquaculture Research Internship - South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources' Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton, SC offers several summer internship opportunities for students currently enrolled in a college program with an emphasis on biology, environmental science, aquaculture, or fisheries. Internships are full-time - approximately 10 weeks May through August 2011. Salary $175 per week with onsite dormitory housing provided. Click here for more information.


2011 Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) Summer Sustainable Agriculture Internship Program - Application Deadline - Tuesday, March 1, 2011; Notification of Acceptance - Tuesday, March 15, 2011. Applications available online at:

http://www.cefs.ncsu.edu/getinvolved/internships.html

The CEFS is seeking highly-motivated undergraduate students from a variety of different backgorunds, with a strong interest in sustainable agriculture, to participate in a unique 8-week summer internship (June 6-July 29, 2011). CEFS summer interns will learn about the concepts and practices of various aspects of sustainable agriculture from expert faculty and staff at CEFS and through hands-on farm work, lectures and discussions, community engagement, and field trips to local farms and markets. Additionally, students will work in pairs with a CEFS faculty mentor to learn about an aspect of sustainable agriculture research. For more information please see:

http://www.cefs.ncsu.edu/getinvolved/internships.html.


Southern Environmental Law Center - (Chapel Hill) GIS Intern Paid - Looking for interns for the summer and fall 2010. Please see flyer for more information. For credit, you must also apply to the EVS Practicum Program. Go to the EVS website for the application.


Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI) - Summer Internships are 8 weeks and can begin as ealy as mid-May. Students may apply as long as they meet the following requirements: full-time rising sophomore, junior or senior in the 2010-11 academic year; US citizen; GPA of 3.0 or higher; and a major or minor in physics, astronomy, engineering, technology, mathematics or science education. For more information, click here. For Credit - you must also apply to the EVS Practicum Program by completing the application and turning it in to the EVS office. Go to the website for the application: http://www.uncw.edu/evs/internshipPractica.html. See other opportunities (particularly new postings) as well as FAQs and grade requirements.


Virginia Sea Grant - Gloucester Point VA - Paid summer internship - The internship will provide an undergraduate or graduate student with training in science communicaiton and allow hi/her to initiate new prokects at VASG, particularly projects in online audio, video, or social networking. Internship if 40 hrs. per week for 12 weeks in the VASG Communication Center in Maury Hall on the campus of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gouceter Point. The intern will receive a $2,000 stipend. Eligible students must be enrolled in an undergrad, graduate or professional program in communication, filem or other related field at an accredited institution of higher education in the US. More information is available on the attached PDF. Information is also available at: http://www2.vims.edu/seagrantinternships.htm


Summer Internship Center for Environmental Farming Systems - Goldsboro, NC - Seeking highly motivated undergrads with a strong interest in sustainable agriculture. Eight week internship - June 7 - July 30, 2010. See attached PDF for more information and application procedures.


The Cradle of Forestry Interpretive Association - Brevard, NC - a 501(c) non-profit is looking for experienced naturalist to serve as Seasonal Educators in several CFIA campgrounds and recreation areas around Western NC. Housing is not provided. Part-time position; salary - $1,300-$2,600 depending on location; season - Memorial Day-Labor Day 2010; days - Thursday-Satruday, hours are flexible; locations - Cascade Lake Recreation area (Brevard); Carolina Hemlocks/Black Mountain Campgrounds (Burnsville); Cliffside Lake Recreation Area - this position is shared (Highlands). Job responsibilities: 1) to provide quality environmental education programs to CFIA campground and recreation area visitors in accordance with CFIA education guildelines. Program topics may include hikes, flora and fauna ID, crafts, storytelling, history talks or anything that require imagination and outdoor experiential learning. 2) to plan and advertise programs within the location and with the local branch of the US Forest Service. Advertising includes creating and posting flyers on information boards, roving, connecting with campground hosts and managers and press releases. 3) to keep all area information boards and educational supplies neat, clean and organized. It is the duty of the Seasonal Educator to update any information boards with current posters on local flora and fauna, cultural information or recreational ideas. 4) to work independently, creatively, professionally and responsibly. Any extra job responsibilities as assigned. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to: Adam DeWitte, Director of Education, The Cradle of Forestry Interpretive Association, 66 South Broad St., Brevard, NC 28712, Tel. 828.884.5713 ext. 24; adamcfaia@citcom.net. For Practicum credit contact
Mr. Cutting, cuttingr@uncw.edu.


World Wildlife Federation Conservation Science Summer Internships - Washington, D.C. - WWF is offering several internships for the summer. See flyer for details. Please note that application deadlines vary, as do the requirements for each position. For Practicum credit, contact Mr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


Rachel Carson Reserve - Beaufort, NC -10 week summer internship. $8.25/hr. Deadline for applying is March 15, 2010. See flyer for more information. For Practicum Credit, contact
Mr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


Currituck Banks Reserve - Outer Banks, NC - 10 week summer internship. $8.25/hr. Deadline for application is March 15, 2010. See flyer for more information. For Practicum Credit, contactMr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island - Seasonal Educator - April 1 - Sept. 20, 2010 (Flexible) 35-40 hours per week; evening, weekend, and holiday work required. $10.30 per hour. Deadline for application 5:00 pm, Thursday, March 11, 2010. See flyer for instructions for applying. For Practicum Credit, contact Mr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island - Education Intern - 10 week position (start/end dates are flexible). 35-40 hours per week, evening, weekend, and holiday work. $8.25 per hour. Deadline for application is 5:00 pm Thursday, March 11, 2010. See flyer for instructions for applying. For Practicum Credit, contact Mr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


Highlands Biological Station - Highlands, NC - (Southern Appalachian Mountains) - Accepting applications for two Assistant Naturalists and one Botanical Garden Assistant for Summer 2010. Seasonal positions are full-time and pay $8.50 per hour plus free housing. See flyer -Assistant Naturalist or Botanical Garden Assistant for more information. For Practicum Credit, contact Mr. Cutting - cuttingr@uncw.edu.


The Consortium for Ocean Leadership, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization, is looking to extend an internship opportunity to a dynamic college student pursuing an advanced degree in Education, a Natural Science, or a related field. We are looking for prospects who desire to build professional acumen and gain experience while they work toward their graduate degree. The NOSB Intern will have the opportunity to work in a multi-faceted nonprofit organization and gain focused, supportive training and professional experience in the field of science program research and support, as well as project management. The Intern will work with the NOSB staff in implementing and expanding the National Ocean Sciences Bowl program by assisting with competition questions, event and meeting preparation, grant research and coordination of the video competition.

Qualified applicants will posses a bachelor’s degree in Education, a Natural Science or a related field; excellent communications skills (written and oral); excellent organizational skills and keen attention to detail; ability to work effectively within a team environment; strong computer skills including proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, and database management and internet research experience. Familiarity with ocean science or marine education is preferred. Reliable transportation is required.

This is a paid internship that will provide a minimum of a $1,500 monthly stipend.

Ocean Leadership represents 95 of the leading public and private ocean research education institutions, aquaria and industry with the mission to advance research, education and sound ocean policy. The organization also manages ocean research and education programs in areas of scientific ocean drilling, ocean observing, ocean exploration, and ocean partnerships.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume with a writing sample to jobs@oceanleadership.com with the subject line “NOSB Intern.”


Belize Protected Area Conservation Trust (PACT) - The PACT internship program was developed in June 2005 with the intent to provide assistance to local community based organizations (CBOs) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on key areas including project management, marketing & fundraising, natural resource management, proposal writing, community development, financial and accounts management.

PACT facilitates placement. If accepted, students are usually awarded a small stipend. In some settings, room and board is also provided. Travel expenses and current UNCW tuition must be paid by the student.

For more details on the PACT internship program, please see the attached document. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO PACT AS DESCRIBED. For credit, also complete the EVS Internship application at: http://www.uncw.edu/evs/internshipPractica.html.


Tanner Center Intern - The Corps of Engineers operates an environmental education center situated near the dam of this beautiful 50,000 acre lake at the John H Kerr Reservoir located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina. Through this center the USACE runs a number of school programs and environmental interpretive programs for varying audiences. Attached is an announcement for a number of summer volunteer internship opportunities at the Tanner Environmental Education Center. Flyer

For more information about the project please feel free to visit website http://www.saw.usace.army.mil/jhkerr/index.htm

FOR CREDIT APPLY THROUGH THE EVS WEBSITE http://www.uncw.edu/evs/internshipPractica.html AND READ THE GRADE MEMO.


BELIZE - Work with several NGOs in beautiful Belize. Student is responsible for travel, room and board, and opportunities exist in fieldwork (such as Cockscomb Jaguar Sanctuary) and working with management. Submit your application to be considered.


North Carolina State Government Internship Program - Offering 100 paid summer internship opportunities in state government agencies for undergraduate and graduate students. Applications are now being accepted for the Summer 2009 program. For more information, click here.


City of Durham, Public Works Dept., Stormwater Services Div. - City Hall, Durham, NC.

Environmental Education Intern - Deliver water quality programs to summer camps and other groups. Assist with summer teacher workshops. Conduct study to determine effectiveness of new dog waste stations in parks. Assist with office tasks such as scanning. Qualifications: Working toward bachelor's degree. Understanding of basic issues affecting stream water quality. Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to work creatively and independently. Experience presenting to groups of students and/or adults. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Salary - $12.00/hr. Hours: 37.5 hours per week, start/end date flexible. Send cover letter and resume to Laura Webb Smith, Stormwater Public Education Coordinator, 101 City Hall Plaza, Durham, NC 27701; email

Laura.Smith@durhamnc.gov. For Practicum credit see Mr. Cutting


Carolina Raptor Center Internships - Charlotte, NC. Practica in (1) rehabilitation, and (2) education. Serveral opportunities exist for credit placement on an ongoing basis. Click here for more information. Apply to Mr. Cutting, Intern Application.


US Army Corps of Engineers Post Graduation Internship - Paid - Corps office in Washington, NC has a two-year paid internship for a recent (or soon to be) graduate 2-year commitment. After the 2 years, the Corps will assist finding a job. For details, Contact: Josh R. Pelletier, US Army Corps of Engineers, Washington Regulatory Field Office, P.O. Box 1000, Washington, NC 27889 -Telephone- 252.975.1616,Ext. 34
Administrative Internship in Belize - A once in a lifetime opportunity to live and work in the rainforest. Information on the Internship and Application.

Fish and Wildlife Operations/Outreach and Technician Positions
Fort Bragg, NC

Description:
Fort Bragg is recruiting Hunting & Fishing Operations, Public Outreach/Outdoor Recreation, and Fish & Wildlife Technician Positions to work with its Hunting and Fishing Program and Fish and Wildlife Management team.

Operations/Outreach Positions responsibilities include: Hunting & Fishing Center Operations, public user control, coordination of programs with military training, law enforcement dispatch and support, environmental education, outreach, and public relations. These positions will have extremely high interface with many thousands of sportspersons and other public users, providing a great opportunity to positively influence both the recreational experiences and the environmental awareness of the public. Outreach project examples include assistance to sportspersons and families engaging in hunting and fishing, school and civic presentations, customer surveys, and development of a “Landscaping for Wildlife” demonstration project.

Fish and Wildlife Technician responsibilities include: All forms of fish and wildlife habitat and population management. This is a very active, field oriented position with great opportunity for both gaining and applying experience in many types of fish and wildlife management.

The best applicants will join a great team of professional Fish and Wildlife Managers and Wildlife Conservation Enforcement Officers as they oversee hunting and fishing, manage fish and game, ensure military training compliance with natural resources and environmental laws; and enforce fish, wildlife, and related laws and regulations on a 160,000 acre military installation.

Our team is a close group of dedicated professionals that is serious about, but enjoys both our work and our relationships with our team, our peers, and our constituents.
Position is located in the North Carolina Sandhills, central in the state between the mountains and coast, with a very nice climate, agreeable living environments, and plenty of birding, fishing, hunting, boating, and other great outdoor recreational opportunities.

Energetic, self motivated, and people-oriented applicants should contact Alan Schultz at: dave.alan.schultz@us.army.mil.

Visit our Website @ http://www.bragg.army.mil/wildlife


North Carolina Coastal Federation - Interns for research and field work for SPRING and SUMMER both in Wilmington and in Swansboro, NC. Excellent opportunity to work with coastal land use issues with experienced scientists and policy analysts. See Mr. Cutting.



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