Agricultural and Natural Resources
Opportunities with Exotic Cats: Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, a no-kill facility committed to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted Exotic Cats. Animal Keeper, animal husbandry, enrichment, record keeping of animal behavior, education public tours, and customer service. Send letter, resume and two letters of recommendation by email to Emily McCormach email@example.com www.turpentinecreek.org location Eureka Springs, AR. New position beings Aug 15 deadline for aps April 15.
The Samuel Roberts Nobel Foundation, Inc- Communications Intern, Ardmore, Ok- Internship in daily operations of a communications office from publication development, web design, event management, and photography. 8-10 weeks, 40 hours a week, minimum $12.00/hr. Will work side-by-side with the Director of Communications and other Nobel Foundation staff. To qualify you must have completed your Sophomore year (at least 56 credit hours) with a declared major in public relations, journalism, communications, ag-communications, or a related field. For more information and how to apply visit www.noble.org.
Texas Parks and Wildlife- Introduces students to career opportunities in positions located statewide and job settings in which to gain practical experience and training in natural and cultural resource fields. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's (TPWD) Intern Program is primarily for college students. Both paid and unpaid positions may be offered depending on available funding. The number of available positions and locations will be published after funding is finalized. While most of our Internships are for the Summer, there may be some during the Fall and/or the Spring. For Paid 2013 Intern positions: As soon as funding is finalized, paid Internships will be posted on our Jobs page. This will be happening throughout January and perhaps into February. TPWD Jobs page begins at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/tpwd/default.cfm. For Unpaid 2013 Intern positions: As these are finalized, they will be posted on our "Volunteer for Texas Parks and Wildlife" page which begins at http://ec.volunteernow.com/custom/1353/.
US Forest Service Dept of Agriculture- Hines, OR- The Burns Interagency Fire Zone will be seeking temporary seasonal firefighting employees for the upcoming 2013 wildfire season. These positions will begin June 16, 2013 with a duration of up to 4 months. For more information, see www.usajobs.com or call Kevin at 541-573-4339, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Malheur National Forest- Hines, OR- Forestry Technician- The Malheur National Forest is implementing its Accelerated Restoration Program related to forest health. As a result, the Forest will have additional temporary positions they will be filling for this upcoming summer season. Emigrant Creek Ranger District will be filling a (1039) temporary full-time position for a Forestry Technician in the Silviculture Department. Anyone interested in further information may contact: Roy Schwenke –Vegetation Management Specialist 541-573-4324. See posting for more information.
Malheur National Forest- John Day, OR- Biological Technician, Biological Aid, or Forestry Aid- Two Soil Assessor positions, beginning May 6, 2013, ending about November 1. Position is full time and at the rate of GS-04 ($13.41) or GS-03 ($11.95). See posting for more information.
High Frontier Residential Treatment Program and School for Adolescents (P.O. Box 1325, Fort Davis, TX 79734 Ph 432/364-2241 Fax 432/364-2261 High Frontier is currently seeking student interns for bachelors and graduate level behavioral science students studying (psychology, criminal justice, or sociology). High Frontier is able to provide a rich, well supervised, and meaningful community/internship experience for disciplines dealing with applied behavioral sciences. High Frontier can provide appropriate hours, on site supervision collaboration with SRSU mentors, and necessary documentation to complete the internship experience. Sul Ross students interested in exploring internship options should contact Sul Ross Alumni Tom Homrighaus MA-LPC-S, LCCA by the phone number above or electronically at email@example.com (posted 9/8/11)
Del Monte Production Systems Intern: Tactically support the Del Monte Production System/Lean Manufacturing implementation within the Texas facility. Deploy Lean Manufacturing tools with the goal of identifying and eliminating the seven wastes of manufacturing within the operations. Gain a working knowledge of the plants operational processes and lean principles and use this knowledge to find, measure, document and implement improvement opportunities within the production/warehouse departments. Preferred in Engineering or equivalent technical degree.
Arts and Sciences
Volunteer Teen Programming Assistant: Alpine public library, significantly improve teens' reading skills, comprehension, appreciation of enjoyment of books by promoting literacy through relevant and contemporary library programming. Must be at least 18 years of age, speak and write in English well. Minimum one hour per week planning programs and up to 5 hours per week total. Contact Mary Garret, Children's Librarian, Alpine Public Library 432 837 2621. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marfa Public Radio: College students, along with other interested individuals not affiliated with college. During the school year, the intern must be available for a minimum of 12 hours per week to participate in the internship program. During the summer, students can intern part time (20hrs) or full time (40 hrs) Each intern is required to keep a daily record of hours worked on MPR timecards.
Sacramento State, Center for California Studies- The Capital Fellows Programs are an outstanding opportunity to engage in public service, prepare for a future career and gain experience under a seasoned mentor. Work for 10-11 months as a full-time member of legislative, executive, or judicial branch office. Fellows receive a stipend, medical benefits, and student loan deferments. Any major. For more information go to www.csus.edu/calst/programs.
HACU National Internship Program- Whether you're seeking an internship with the federal government or in the corporate sector, HACU offers students an opportunity to graduate with career experience. Best of all, you gain experience while living in the nation's capital or cities like Atlanta, Albuquerque, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, LA, Seattle, St Louis, New York City, or other locations nationwide. For over 20 years HACU has been our premier student program, recognized for being the largest internship program with Hispanic participation. The internship includes travel, housing and compensation. Often you can also receive academic credit. For more information come see Susan or visit http://www.hacu.net/hacu/HNIP.asp.
Texas Retirement System- Student Intern- Closing Date revised 4/15/2013- The Student Intern works under the direction of the assigned TRS staff member and performs routine to moderately complex administrative and technical work in support of TRS operations with a primary focus on gaining practical work experience and business skills for personal development or to satisfy educational requirements. Depending on the Intern’s background, interests and educational requirements, and on TRS business needs, the Intern will be assigned to a TRS department (such as Benefit Services, Finance andAccounting, Information Technology, Internal Audit, Legal Services, Communications, Risk Management or Human Resources). Essential job functions will vary dependingon the Intern’s assignment. Work is performed under close supervision with limited latitude for exercising discretion and independent judgment. For more information, see the following web page. http://www.trs.state.tx.us/jobs/documents/13029.pdf
www.internships.com: Useful Information regarding internship availability all over the country.
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www.idealist.org: Information regarding volunteer and intern opportunities with non-profit.