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Smith-NOAA Summer 2017 Internship Program
Smith's Environmental Science and Policy Program (ES&P) and the National Oceanic and Atmosheric Administration (NOAA) have partnered with the NOAA College-Sponsored Internship Program. This program provides summer internship opportunities in conservation science, coastal ecology, resource policy and management, environmental education, and science communication. In recent the years Smith students have worked at various NOAA offices, labs, and field sites in Washington, Hawaii, North Carolina, Oregon, Cape Cod, Maine, Michigan, Virginia, and Maryland. Internships have focused on field and lab research, GIS and data analysis, policy analysis, science communication, and environmental education for children and adults. Interns work side by side with NOAA policy makers, scientists and others to address current environmental questions and issues.
The program requires a 10-week commitment with a flexible start date. Fellowship stipends of $4,800 are provided by the Agnes Shedd Andreae Fund. *You must be a Smith College student to apply to this program.* The application deadline for summer 2017 is Monday, February 27, 2017.
How to Apply
Interested Smith students should submit an application packet, which includes: 1.) Application form. 2.) A cover letter that explains your interest in the internship(s) and how the opportunity relates to your academic and career plans. 3.) An unofficial transcript. 4.) Your resume. 5.) A letter of recommendation from a faculty member (recommendation letters may be sent electroncially from recommender's email address to Anne Wibiralske or submitted in sealed, signed envelope).
Completed applications are due Monday, February 27, 2017, and may be sent electronically, in person, or by campus mail to: Anne Wibiralske, Program Administrator, Environmental Science and Policy Program, 107 Bass Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please download the application form and use Adobe Reader to fill-out and save the completed form. Other pdf readers, such as Preview on Apple computers will not work well with this form.
Link to: 2017 NOAA Summer Internships
This page will be updated by the end of January each year; last updated January 25, 2017.