Environmental services technician opening. As Nassau County's only hospital located on beautiful Amelia Island, Baptist Medical Center Nassau is a Magnet™ hospital designated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for excellence in patient care. The progressive hospital utilizes a fully electronic medical record and is an accredited chest pain center.
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Urban Forester position available. This is professional forestry work at the supervisory level in planning, organizing, and directing urban forestry activities. The work requires thorough knowledge of urban forestry, arboriculture, botany, and horticultural principles and practices, and use of specialized skills in recommending, developing and administering urban forestry plans, policies and procedures, which is acquired through a combination of education, training and considerable on the job experience.
The Conservancy of Southwest Florida offers internships to help aspiring environmentalists gain valuable skills and training in specific areas of interest. Each year, The Conservancy places approximately 52 interns in various positions throughout the organization. Participants are recent college graduates or students completing university studies who wish to receive real-world, hands-on experience in environmental careers. A scholarship is awarded to the intern in the amount of $1,500 for every quarter (12 weeks) completed - equivalent to $125 per week of service. Optional FREE housing is also available.
CNCS provides opportunities for summer internships for college students and other individuals. While CNCS does not provide a stipend for summer internships, we offer a rich opportunity to gain substantive work experience in an assigned unit. If interested, please send your resume to the email address listed in the position description. Internships are available to United States citizens only. Current openings: digital media intern, external affairs intern, and Native American affairs intern.
Help "Build Our Decade" and demonstrate the tangible results of the transition away from dirty energy and towards a sustainable clean renewable energy economy. EAC's community-based programs will Define Our Decade through action, not just words, providing the tangible, long-lasting, and replicable solutions that we can use to leverage widespread policy change. Through the programs, youth leaders will work with community groups on innovative programs that address local problems in a holistic and community-centered way by developing solutions that demonstrate what is possible. Volunteer to join a summer program and Build Our Decade!
Intern needed to assist with right whale research in northeast Florida during the winter. The FWC's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) is looking for an intern to assist with research and monitoring activities for the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale in northeast Florida. The project focuses on vessel-strike mitigation and data collection for federal assessment of the status and recovery of the North Atlantic right whale population. FWRI staff conducts aerial surveys and vessel-based research in the winter (December-March).
Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. In Green Corps' year-long paid program, you¹ll get intensive training in the skills you¹ll need to make a difference in the world. You¹ll get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems ‹ global warming, deforestation, water pollution, factory farming and many others ‹ with groups such as Sierra Club and Food and Water Watch. And, when you graduate from Green Corps, we¹ll help you find a career with one of the nation¹s leading environmental and social change groups.
The Greenpeace Organizing Term is an action-packed semester and the best hands-on training available to give students the skills needed to build a movement back home and fight Global Warming! While in the program, students will learn grassroots organizing, media, direct action, and campaign strategy so they can run successful campaigns back on campus. Best of all, students will put those new skills into practice by working on actual Greenpeace campaigns in the field! Candidates must be 18-24 years of age and either a high school senior or an undergraduate at a college or university to apply. The program is based in either Washington, D.C. or San Francisco, CA.
The Environmental Engineer and Environmental Scientist shall have a thorough knowledge and understanding of principles, practices, and methods applied to successfully manage environmental water programs and data reporting requirements. The Environmental Engineer and Environmental Scientist will provide a full range of technical support for environmental water programs including environmental compliance, operations, maintenance and planning, including an understanding of the following programs: Potable Water/Drinking Water Systems, Industrial/Domestic Wastewater, Storm Water, Spill Control and Prevention, and Environmental Management Reviews Permitting.
The Student Conservation Association (SCA) provides high school students, college students, and others with meaningful conservation service internships and volunteer opportunities in our National Parks, Forests, and other public lands. Enjoy adventure, gain experience, and make a difference. There are thousands of opportunities in more than 50 disciplines within the liberal arts and science fields. Completed internships recently included creating a herbarium of desert plants and GPS mapping in Arizona, community education and public relations/graphic design work with the National Interagency Fire Center in Idaho, guided tours and educating school groups about Pueblo culture and ruins at the Mesa Verda National Park and an archaeological dig at Dinosaur National Monument.
The Summer of Solutions is a program run by Grand Aspirations to train youth leaders to create, implement, and strengthen community-based solutions to climate change, economic recession and environmental injustice. They bring young people together for a summer to learn not only about the problems of dirty energy, the economy, and environmental discrimination, but also to figure out solutions that create livelihoods for us and our communities. They work to create solutions through energy efficiency, community-based energy, green industry, urban farming, smart design, and more.
The DEP internships do not offer salary, but the benefit of hands-on experience with this dynamic agency will be invaluable to anyone pursuing an environmental based career. Interns are provided with two different programs to meet their needs. A base program providing a general overview of environmental programs and an in-depth project based program.
Air Program Intern: The intern would work in the compliance and enforcement section of the Air Program and would shadow an inspector on various air pollution sources learning the skills and tools used to accomplish a regulatory inspection. From this training, the intern would gain insight on a number of facilities, facility operations and pollution control equipment, and sear for additional air pollution sources which may need an air permit. The intern would assist in gathering data for inspections such as file reviews, property searches, corporate searches, occupational licensing, and various Department database searches such as ARMs, GPCI, and Asbestos databases. The intern could be tasked with a special project of short duration. A background in engineering or environmental science is preferred.
Drinking Water Program Intern: This position will assist the South District Water Program in various ways, including the review and entry of sampling data, and hands-on compliance inspections of State-regulated drinking water systems. The intern will become familiar with primary and secondary drinking water standards and requirements (F.A.C. 62-550), and will receive guidance from the compliance and enforcement staff of the Drinking Water program. This position involves a moderate amount of fieldwork, as well as filing and computer work. A path of study in Chemistry, Biology, or Environmental Science is preferred.
Environmental Resource Permitting Intern: The intern will do field work to assist Environmental Specialists with their assigned tasks. This can include wetland determinations, permitting site evaluations, lease compliance inspections, regulatory compliance inspections, and complaint responses. This can require the traversing of difficult wetland terrain, swimming, snorkeling, and boating. The incumbent may also attend meetings where strategies are developed to bring a proposed or unauthorized project into compliance with rule criteria. Interns will be trained on the Environmental Resource Program (ERP) applicable rules, permitting procedures and compliance procedures, in the office and field. Other duties may include clerical assistance, perform GIS location updates, file preparation for archiving, scanning of documents for archiving purposes, and similar duties.
Environmental Assessment & Restoration (Watershed) Intern: The intern program provides opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students in one or more of the following program areas: water quality monitoring; biological assessments; Total Maximum Daily Load Program (water quality assessment and restoration); regional and comprehensive planning efforts; Everglades' restoration; special projects and research. Interns may be involved in office work or field sampling. Data collection opportunities may include water quality sampling, biological sampling, watershed reconnaissance work, etc. Other duties may include field work preparation, instrument maintenance and calibration, micro-invertebrate sample processing, data entry, literature searches, assistance with data analysis and scientific report writing. Prospective interns must be highly motivated and interested in water resource issues. Prospective interns must be able to conduct field work under harsh conditions and be willing to work in the office or laboratory. Prospective interns must possess effective written and verbal communication skills.
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