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Monday, January 25, 2016

Clarence and Verle Kramer Internship opportunity - applications due soon!

One last chance to apply - applications due Jan 30th.

Want to learn about forest conservation in southeast Alaska?  Gain experience working with land managers, forest industry, and conservation?  The Clarence and Verle Kramer Memorial Internship program will place you with the Sitka Conservation Society, where you will work on forest research, education, conservation and policy in an active and interesting setting.   The actual duties are flexible and will be decided in accordance with SCS needs and intern interests. The SCS is an organization devoted to finding good, working solutions for forest conservation which include small-scale industry, successful conservation-business partnerships, and active and progressive thought.

The Kramer Memorial Internship comes with a $3000 stipend, and completion of the internship will require satisfactory work throughout the summer season and a two credit class at UAS the following semester where you will develop and analyze your project.

To apply, send your resume/CV and a letter detailing your interest in the position, background, and career goals to Brian Buma, brian.buma@uas.alaska.edu.  Applications should be in by Jan. 30th.

Brian Buma 10:26:18 AM
Sunday, January 17, 2016

Juneau Icefield Research Program

The Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP) is now accepting applications for their summer 2016 program. The priority deadline is February 15. JIRP is an eight-week field course in which students traverse the Juneau Icefield and learn about glaciology, climatology, geology, and biology. All students receive 6 upper division credits from UAS (ENVS 496: Juneau Icefield Research Program). This year UAS and JIRP are teaming up to offer a full scholarship to one UAS degree-seeking student. JIRP has additional scholarships that could offset the cost for students that do not receive the UAS scholarship or are not eligible for it.

More information on JIRP can be found here: http://juneauicefield.com/

Please feel free to contact Deb Gregoire (deb.jirp@gmail.com), the JIRP Program Manager, or myself if you have questions about the program or scholarship opportunity. Students interested in applying for the UAS scholarship should simply submit an application through the JIRP website (use the same form as for the additional JIRP scholarships).

Jason Amundson 10:46:34 PM
Monday, January 11, 2016

Clarence and Verle Kramer Internship opportunity

Want to learn about forest conservation in southeast Alaska?  Gain experience working with land managers, forest industry, and conservation?  The Clarence and Verle Kramer Memorial Internship program will place you with the Sitka Conservation Society, where you will work on forest research, education, conservation and policy in an active and interesting setting.   The actual duties are flexible and will be decided in accordance with SCS needs and intern interests. The SCS is an organization devoted to finding good, working solutions for forest conservation which include small-scale industry, successful conservation-business partnerships, and active and progressive thought.

The Kramer Memorial Internship comes with a $3000 stipend, and completion of the internship will require satisfactory work throughout the summer season and a two credit class at UAS the following semester where you will develop and analyze your project.

To apply, send your resume/CV and a letter detailing your interest in the position, background, and career goals to Brian Buma, brian.buma@uas.alaska.edu.  Applications should be in by Jan. 30th.

 Clarence and Verle Kramer Memorial Internship ad 

 

Brian Buma 09:25:22 AM
 
 

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