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Requests for Proposal

CESU Request for Statement of Interest: Small Mammal Study, Fort Wainwright, Alaska Responses to this Request for Statements of Interest will be used to identify potential investigators for a project to be funded by Fort Wainwright which provides professional and technical support for its natural resources program in order to facilitate successful implementation of the Sikes Act. Approximately $160,000.00 is expected to be available to support this project. Review of Statements of Interest will begin 21 Sep 2015.

Student Opportunities: Scholarships, Fellowships, Internships

The University of Utah’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism is recruiting applicants for Graduate Assistantships (doctoral level) to begin Fall Semester of 2016.  In addition to our traditional departmental research and teaching assistantships, we are looking for a student or students to work in the focus areas: Departmental Research and Teaching Assistantship, Outdoor Recreation Management Assistantship, Eco and Sustainable Tourism Assistantship, and Community Recreation and Sport Management Assistantship.  For more information click here.

Science Educator Positions in Denali National Park and Preserve Alaska Geographic is hiring for 2016 summer education positions at the Murie Science and Learning Center in Denali National Park and Preserve. Seeking highly qualified educators and naturalists for a summer of learning, exploration, sharing, and fun. Entry level positions may be available through an internship program. Season begins early May and ends early September. Application deadline January 15, 2016. For more information, click here.

NPS Historic Preservation Internship Program

Student Programs-BLM

Student Programs-USFS

Student Programs-USGS

National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) Intern Opportunities

Training and Course Opportunities

University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station is currently taking applications for Summer Session 2016. Students plunge into the field-oriented ecology courses and embrace the rigorous adventure for mind and body. The immersion-based format means you don’t have to shift gears from one hour or day to another—you start one class, finish it, and then start the next. Each course involves all day field trips and overnight camping trips to relevant sites in the Flathead Basin including Glacier National Park. The Station offers many generous scholarships—up to $4,000 per student—and most students are eligible to apply.  A high percentage of qualified scholarship applicants receive generous financial support to attend FLBS.  Find out more on the FLBS website.