Have an interest in the environment, conservation, and agriculture, particularly water and soil quality? We are seeking interns with a college degree for a 12-month internship who are self-motivated, detail-oriented, strong communicators, enthusiastic, and have a sense of fun!
Interns’ time will be split between research and outreach, all centered around environmental issues and challenges in Iowa. Interns will have the opportunity to:
The program is based on campus at Iowa State University and will involve travel to research sites and various outreach events around the state, which includes some scheduled night and weekend events. This is a paid internship, with students working up to 40 hours/week. The internship program begins Sept 12, 2018 and runs through August 16, 2019.
The Iowa State University water resources internship program serves as an outstanding springboard for careers in agriculture, engineering, the environment, and/or further studies. Past participants in our internship program have gone on to such careers as project engineer, watershed coordinator, environmental educator, field research specialist, and USDA-FSA program technician, while others have pursued graduate school opportunities.
College graduate (open to all majors)
Demonstrated interest and/or background in environmental science, natural resources, conservation, soil and water quality, agriculture, and/or education
Evidence of strong communications skills
Ability to learn new tasks quickly
Time management skills
Possession of valid US driver’s license
Background check with ISU Risk Management for working with youth
Required application materials include:
Internship application deadline is 5:00pm on Friday, August 17, 2018. Please submit your complete application package to Ann Staudt via email – firstname.lastname@example.org. We will conduct interviews with qualified candidates the week of August 27.
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