Gain professional museum experience while working in a region surrounded by remarkable landscapes and Native American cultures. https://musnaz.org/about/careers/. Housing and a hourly wage provided between May 1st and September 30th, 2019. Open until filled, review begins April 15, 2019.
We are seeking applicants for an internship to assist with The Global Genome Initiative (GGI)’s effort to collect plant specimens and preserve genome quality tissues from the flora of Texas, emphasizing living collections in botanical gardens. Internship runs May-August 2019.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15 February 2019
The Conservation and Land Management Internship Program places 75-100 college graduates in five-month paid internships to assist biologists with federal (BLM, NPS, FWS, FS, USGS, etc.) and non-profit partners. Interns gain hands-on experience applying their education in real-world setting, make connections in various governmental and non-profit organizations. Applicants with strong botany experience are especially encouraged to apply!
The Flora of Pennsylvania Internship is a joint program between the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania and The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. The Flora of Pennsylvania Intern receives training and work experience in many aspects of managing collections in a major herbarium, and an opportunity to contribute to a modern state flora through a research project on some aspect of the flora of Pennsylvania.
Applications now open for the Chicago Botanic Garden summer 2018 Research Experience for Undergraduates Program: From Genes to Ecosystems! Learn more about our program, application process, and contact information at our website https://www.cbgreu.org.
The Flora of Pennsylvania Internship is a joint program between the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania and The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
The Conservation and Land Management Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2018! Apply online at www.clminternship.org
In cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the Great Basin Institute is recruiting a Botany Field Technician to join our AmeriCorps program.
The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management’s Moab Field Office, is recruiting one individual to join our AmeriCorps Program as Seeds of Success (SOS) Native Seed Collection Technician. The Technician will conduct native seed collection and associated activities (e.g. seed cleaning and storage) in support of the Colorado Plateau Native Plants Program (CPNPP). The overarching goal of the CPNPP is to “improve the quality of, and increase the availability of, native seed commercially available for use in restoration and reclamation in areas of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.”
The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, MO will be offering an NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates summer program in 2017. Ten students will be chosen to participate in a ten-week program involving full-time work on an independent research project, with the guidance of a staff mentor, in addition to educational seminars, discussion sessions and field trips.