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Smith-NOAA Summer 2014 Internship Program
Smith's Environmental Science and Policy Program (ES&P) and the National Oceanic and Atmosheric Administration (NOAA) have a memorandum of understanding which provides Smith students with summer internship opportunities each summer. Over the years our students have worked at various NOAA labs and field sites all over the United States including (but not limited to) Washington, North Carolina, Texas, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, New Jersey, and Maryland. Student interns have participated in research on marine mammals and birds, seagrass, salt marsh ecology and restoration, fish biology/ecology, and climate change. Students in this program have the opportunity to gain valuable experience working in a research lab, performing data analysis, developing outreach and educational tools, and more- all while working side by side with policy makers, scientists and others working to address current environmental questions and issues.
The program requires a 10-week commitment with a flexible start date. Fellowship stipends of $3,800 are provided by the Agnes Shedd Andreae fund for ES&P majors and prospective minors. *You must be a Smith College student to apply to this program.* This year's application deadline is Monday, March 3, 2014.
How to Apply
Interested Smith students should submit an application packet, which includes: 1.) An application form. 2.) A cover letter which explains your interest in the internship(s) and how the opportunity relates to your academic and career plans. 3.) An unofficial transcript. 4.) A letter of recommendation from a faculty member (must be in sealed, signed envelope and can be submitted with the application or sent directly to us by recommender).
Completed applications are due Monday, March 3, 2014, and can be sent electronically, in person, or by campus mail to: Anne Wibiralske, Program Coordinator, Environmental Science and Policy Program, 107 Bass Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page will be updated by the end of January each year.