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Summer Internships, Post Landfill Action Network

We’re offering two paid student internship positions this summer. One, co-hosted by UNH’s Carsey Institute for Social Innovation, is open to current UNH students. The other is open to current students who will be able to work from our Durham, NH office. Click here to learn more and apply, and be sure to share this opportunity with any students you know who might be interested.

Vermont Public Interest Research Group

Ever wish you could get paid to travel Vermont, bike around some of the most scenic parts of the State, camp with friends, and actually make an impact on the future of important environmental issues? If you answered yes, we have the job for you!

VPIRG is currently looking for students to work out of our Burlington office from April 28th to August 29th, as a part of our summer outreach campaign. Employees will work Monday through Friday traveling throughout Vermont, fundraising and engaging Vermonters in important political issues like clean energy and expanding Vermont’s most successful recycling program- the bottle bill. Employees can earn anywhere from $4,000 to $8,000 dollars, meet incredible friends, and be a part of an unforgettable movement along the way.

Learn more.

 

 

Vermont Farm Viability Project Summer Internship

 

The Vermont Farm Viability Program, a program of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, provides business planning to Vermont farmers in order to enhance the long-term economic viability of Vermont agriculture.

The Vermont Farm Viability Program is seeking a summer intern to conduct research and outreach, as well as other projects as they arise. Work would involve a combination of travel to farms and office. For more information, please contact Liz Gleason, Program Coordinator, at 802-828-3370 or liz@vhcb.org .

2014 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

DEADLINE: Feb. 7, 2014
The Environmental Science Institute of the University of Texas at Austin announces an NSF-funded program during the summer of 2014 for undergraduates interested in environmental science research. Students will be trained in laboratory and field methods applied to studies of global change and its impacts and will work on independent projects under the supervision of a faculty mentor.

Project areas are interdisciplinary will be in one of four major themes: impacts on ecosystems, impacts on watersheds and the land surface, campus sustainability, and reconstructing past global change.

Students will participate in a weekly research seminar series, portfolio creation, and professional development activities. Students will also participate in field excursions related to scientific research. These 1-2 day activities may require physical exertion involving hiking, caving, camping, and/or boat rides in hot and humid weather. The summer program will conclude with a research poster session and open house. Program information can be found here

 

Summer Ecosystem Experiences for Undergraduates: Brazil 2014

From the Earth Institute Center for Environmental Sustainability, Columbia University
Rolling Admissions.  Our next application review date is DECEMBER 1, 2013.
The Atlantic Forest is one of the most endangered regions in the world. You will work and live in some of the largest remaining tracts of this diverse forest. Tropical flora and fauna abound here, including several endangered primates. SEE-U Brazil allows you to study at the third largest non-governmental organization in Brazil, the Center for Conservation Biology at the Instituto de Pesquisas Ecológicas (IPÊ). Located in Nazaré Paulista, IPÊ comprises more than 60 professionals working on over 30 scientific research projects throughout the region. The Institute is surrounded by a beautiful mosaic of forest, pasture, eucalyptus plantations, and pristine reservoirs which are ideal for scenic hikes, mountain bike riding, swimming, and kayaking. Adjacent to IPÊ is a small organic community farm which provides the great variety of fresh fruits and vegetables used in meals prepared for the SEE-U program.
- Students at all colleges and universities may apply*
- Earn 6 points of science credit from Columbia University in just 5 weeks.
- Takes place in one of three environmental hotspots or human impacted field sites.
- Designed for students of all majors.  No prerequisites required to enroll.
Special fellowship funding is available from EICES.
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