Jobs & Internships
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Internships and Apprenticeships
|Date Posted on OHE website
|NASA Summer Internship Opportunities
|varies per program
|Wild Rice Internship 2024
|Inland Fisheries Internship 2024
|Great Lakes Internship 2024
|Climate Change Internship 2024
|NOAA Student Opportunities Database
|varies per program
|Aquatic Ecology Technician Recruitment
|Conservation Corps: Crew Member Positions Available
|Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center (GLITEC) Summer Internship
|Lake Erie Under Water CRM Program
|Intern Opportunities with Glacial Lakes Conservancy
**Applicants for the Wild Rice, Inland Fisheries, Great Lakes, or Climate Change internships must be an incoming or continuing full-time student enrolled at a college/university in Fall 2024 and have a strong interest in working with Native American tribes—additional requirements vary by position. Pay is $15.00/hour, and housing will be available in Ashland at Northland College if needed. Required documents and application guidelines are outlined in the descriptions above. Applications are due January 31, 2024 at 4:30 PM CST. Postings can also be viewed on www.glifwc.org under “GLIFWC News and Upcoming Events” in “Employment.”
NOAA Student Opportunities:
NOAA has opportunities for students of any level, from kindergarten through high school, undergraduate and graduate, and even recent graduates. Opportunities include one-day events, summer internships at NOAA, multi-year fellowships, and more. See the NOAA Student Opportunities Database page for a list of opportunities!
** Aquatic Ecology Technician Details:
The WDNR Office of Applied Science is hiring two seasonal LTE Aquatic Ecology Technicians for a new field project investigating the impacts of Canada Goose and Trumpeter Swan herbivory on wild rice growth, resilience, and restoration efforts. The technicians will work at wild rice waterbodies across northern Wisconsin to monitor wild rice study plots and identify aquatic plant species, monitor goose and swan activity, and document signs of herbivory across the growing season. The technicians will be based in Rhinelander or Grantsburg and housing can be provided. The expected duration of the position is mid-April through mid-October.
Applicants from backgrounds underrepresented in wildlife or waterfowl research are encouraged to apply. Please contact Amy Shipley (email@example.com) with any questions.