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These are job and internship opportunities related to tribes and climate change. Do you know of an opportunity that isn't listed here? Please send information about it to Susan.Wotkyns@nau.edu.

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  • National Council for Science and the Internship Clearinghouse Portal
    As an extension of the National Council for Science and the Environment's (NCSE) Campus to Careers program, NCSE has created an environmental internship clearinghouse.  The clearinghouse enables university students to search for internships in the environmental field and provides a forum for internship providers to tap into a solid community of quality applicants.
    http://environmentalinterns.ncseonline.org/

  • George Melendez Wright Climate Change Internship Program (The National Park Service)
    This program provides paid 12-week internships related to various aspects of climate change in national parks -- research and monitoring, communication, interpretation and education, adaptive management, mitigation, etc. The internships are for 18-25 year olds, and generally have a requirement of undergraduate academic achievement or promise.  The project descriptions, eligibility requirements, and application materials are available on the the National Council for Science and the Environment website. Deadline: Multiple positions.
    http://ncseonline.org/program/Campus-to-Careers

  • Scholarship/Internship/Competition Opportunities (American Indian Higher Education Consortium)
    Website provides links to a number of scholarship and internship opportunities.
    www.aihec.org/colleges/studentOpportunities.cfm

                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                
                                





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