Natural Resource and Education Internships at National Parks

Environment for the Americas work to create a diverse workstaff at some of our nation's most spectacular National Parks across the by providing internships at National Parks, Monuments, and Historic Sites across the U.S. and territories. This internship program is designed to provide unique experiences to underserved youth who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees or who have recently graduated.

LATINO HERITAGE INTERNSHP PROGRAM: The Latino Heritage Intern Program is a component of an overarching service-wide strategy to address and correct the lack of Latino employment opportunities in the National Park Service. The National Park Service is committed to engaging the next generation through the strategic use of student internships with partner organizations under Cooperative and Task Agreements. These agreements allow the NPS to invest in cost efficient strategies geared towards recruiting entry level talent, predicting future performance, and building a more diverse workforce. Preparing and integrating this generation into the NPS workforce is critical for the future of the Service. For more information on available positions and to apply visit: www.latinoheritageintern.com. All applications are due February 6, 2017.

MOSAICS IN SCIENCE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: A Mosaics Intern is an entry level natural resource science internship that focuses on career exploration and building fundamental natural resource science skills. The Mosaics in Science Program is focused on persons that are under-represented in STEM fields. Students and recent graduates that are African American, Latino/Hispanic, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native American are encouraged to apply for these internships. In order to be eligible for a MIS intern position, applicants must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent legal resident ("green-card-holder") between the ages of 18 and 35 years old. For more information on available positions and to apply visit: www.mosaicsinscience.org. All applications are due February 6, 2017