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U.S. Underrepresented Minority Students REU, Organization for Tropical Studies (La Selva, Costa Rica)

We are looking for undergraduate African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Native Pacific Islanders, who are curious about the natural world. Design and carry out original scientific research in a tropical rain forest. Strict COVID protocols will be followed as part of the on-boarding and during-program procedures. $550/week stipend, room and board, funding for international travel.

Application deadline: March 15th, 2021.

REU in Changing Coastal Environments, LUMCON (Cocodrie, LA)

This summer, mentors are interested in supporting interns to conduct research in a number of topic areas, including: biogeochemistry, habitat forming species, dissolved organic matter cycling, microbial ecology, coastal geology and sea level rise, invertebrate diversity and ecology, disturbance ecology, ecosystem ecology, wetland science, and oil spill impacts. $600/week stipend; room and board, transportation stipend, and research funds.

Application deadline: March 1st, 2021.

Sensory Ecology REU, University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH)

Sophomore and junior Biology major students will be chosen to join active lab groups for the summer and conduct cutting edge research over a broad spectrum of topics in sensory ecology. Students will receive a summer stipend plus dorm and meal expenses.

Application deadline: Marth 12th, 2021.

Summer Intern (Multiple positions), Root Cause Farm (Asheville, NC)

This internship is ideal for those interested in growing, harvesting, and tending crops, building relationships and trust with the community, and getting produce to those experiencing hunger. Garden crew members study & apply sustainable growing practices and learn from 5 Food System educational classes we facilitate. Send a resume, cover letter and references to

Applications accepted on a rolling basis or until position is filled.

2021 Delaware River Watershed Fellowship, Heritage Conservancy (Doylestown, PA)

12 week, paid summer job opportunity, $15/hr, 37.5 hours a week over the summer. Fellows will participate in watershed education training, assist with development, planning, and execution of environmental education programs, assist with trail and property maintenance, and connect with community groups and businesses in Lower Bucks County.

Application deadline: April 14th, 2021.

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