The Arkansas Environmental Federation
Three scholarships are awarded worth $2,500 each to students majoring in the environmental field
Application: www.environmentark.org (Scholarhips tab)
"Southface internship positions provide work that is both meaningful and challenging, in a supportive, friendly and collaborative work environment. Candidates should expect to commit six full months to the program and be able to work full time (40 hours per week, 9 AM to 5 PM, with occasional evening and weekend assignments)."
The Echinacea Project
A 12-month paid internship starting in June 2013 for students with a bachelor's degree in biology, botany, entomology, or a related major and commitment to conservation. Salary starts at $11/hr.
Job Description and Application Details: http://echinaceaproject.org/opportunities/research-interns-2013/
Sierra Club "Best Internship on Earth"
The Sierra Club is selecting two young adults for the Best Internship on Earth – one position for someone skilled in video production, one position for someone with an interest in being on-camera talent. If you are passionate about the environment, love the outdoors, and are looking for an adventure this summer then this is for you!
Southern Illinois University
NSF REU Summer Program in Convergence Ecology
Stipend: $5,000.00 + research, travel support, and lodging
Master Gardener Scholarship
The Faulkner County Master Gardeners will award two scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year toresidents of Conway, Faulkner, and Perry Counties in the amounts of $1,500 and$1,000. Preference will be given to residents who are pursuing apost-secondary degree in a plant science related field which includes, but isnot limited to, horticulture, botany, agronomy, forestry, plant science, turfmanagement and landscape architecture and/or design.
Application Deadline: April 2014
Arkansas Native Plant Society
"The Society promotes 1) the preservation, conservation, study, and enjoyment of the native plants of Arkansas, 2) the education of the public regarding the value of native plants and their habitats, and 3) the publication of related information."
Application Deadline: April 2014
International and Environmental Development Opportunity in Washington D.C.
The "International Environment and Development (IED) course focuses upon understanding key challenges, important intersections between goals of development and goals of environmental preservation, and current best practices for addressing these issues. Students meet with an exciting array of more than 30 guest speakers each semester in DC and then travel abroad for 18 days to
Costa Rica and Nicaragua in the fall and Ghana in the spring. Students create their own analyses and research, engage in service-learning projects, work collaboratively, and have opportunities to explore subjects of interest to them. Additionally, all students intern two days per week in an organization relevant to the field."
More Information: http://www.american.edu/spexs/
Job Opening: Home Energy RX
Tech positions and Energy Auditor positions are available for students interested in home energy conservation.
Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies Summer 2013 Course
An opportunity to study, hike and camp in the foothills of Rocky Mountains, gain valuable career skills in hands-on ecosystem field research, and earn 3 undergraduate semester transfer credit
Rocky Mountain Sustainability and Science Network Summer Academy
A one-week NSF funded program providing intensive training to students prior to either entering internships or jobs on public lands, or embarking on summer research projects related to environmental science, climate change, or sustainability.
Spanish Immersion and Environmental Studies Course
A four week long Spanish course at Ecela Cusco, Peru for the summer in which students are taught about the flora and fauna of Peru by people who live and work in Peru's Manu National Park.
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