Baucus Climate Scholars Program

If you know a Montana college student who is interested in climate/environmental issues, the Baucus Institute has some awesome Summer 2023 opportunities for our Baucus Climate Scholars program.  Our website is still with UM, but we also opened offices in Bozeman this year and this program is open to any student enrolled in higher education at a Montana-based university or college. We’re working to be a state-wide Institute, with lots more MSU and tribal college participants.

 

Our Baucus Climate Scholars program places students in two-month internships with organizations such as The Nature Institute, The Climate Reality Project, Brookings Institute, and new this summer, the International Energy Agency in Paris! Our partner orgs are thrilled with their work, and students are getting publications, work experience, and networks to help in their careers.

 

Details and applications can be found at the baucus institute website

Deadline to apply is January 20, 2022.

Contact Mel Brittnerwells for any questions

Phone: (406) 243-5383   

Email: [email protected]   

Water Conservation Specialist

The Flathead Reservation Water Management Board and the Office of the Engineer are currently hiring a Water Conservation Specialist.  Our team is looking for a capable candidate that loves Montana, enjoys a challenge, is seeking to advance their career, and wants to make a positive impact.  If that is you and you are interested in working on the beautiful Flathead Indian Reservation, please do apply:    

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Ethan Mace

Water Engineer

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Defenders of Wildlife

Defenders of Wildlife is hiring a Private Lands Policy Analyst! The DC-based position will focus on national policy related to wildlife conservation on private lands, which involves many of the topics covered by this group, including habitat connectivity, private lands, and the Farm Bill.

Job Opportunities | Defenders of Wildlife

Undergraduate Internships in Seismology

Apply your knowledge of physics, math, computer science, and geoscience to explore Earth's structure, internal processes, and earthquake hazards.

Prepare for your future by exploring geophysics research, learning about graduate school and career options, and developing scientific, analytical and professional skills.

Contribute to science by conducting research and presenting your results as a poster or talk at a national conference; work may also expand into a senior thesis or published work.

The application can be found here

Application is due February 1, 2023

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Do meaningful work with amazing people. Los Alamos National Laboratory hosts more than 1,800 student and post-graduate students each summer. Take part in challenging work that advances science and serves the national interest.

We offer both a year-round Undergraduate Student Internship Program and a Graduate Research Assistant Program that provide students with relevent research experience while pursuing a degree.

Learn more here

Pathways Programs

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) offers internships for high school students and degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students studying science and agriculture, management, business, technology, and many other fields.

Provides paid work experiences for students who are in high school or pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in an accredited college or university. Interns may work during the summer, fall, spring, or year round.

To learn more and apply for Internship and Recent Graduate positions go to USAjobs

William M. Lapenta NOAA Internship Program

The NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction offers full time internships for 10 weeks from June to August. Improve understanding of forecasting problems. Develop new data analysis techniques with wide application and usefullness in operational forecasting. Incorporate social science to communicate forecast uncertainty.

To learn more contact [email protected] or apply on the Lapenta website

NASA's Applied Sciences' Capacity Building DEVELOP 

DEVELOP projects apply Earth observations and remote-sensing technology to application areas that highlight NASA Earth observation capabilities relative to environmental issues for enhanced policy and decision making.

Anyone 18 and over, who is interested in pursuing experience in Earth sciences and remote sensing, is welcome to apply. This includes currently enrolled students, recent college graduates, early and transitioning career professionals, and current and former U.S. Military service members. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale at their current or last institution of higher learning.

To apply visit NASA's Applied Sciences Website