February 7, 2006

Internship Opportunities: Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals; Abt Associates

Posted in internships and jobs at 9:53 pm by cuenv-main

Some internship opportunities, courtesy of the Earth Institute:

The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals of Northern Arizona University in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is sponsoring the 2006 Environmental Summer Student Internship Program. Students will have the opportunity to gain professional skills by, assisting government agencies and Native American tribes with special environmental projects related to air quality and environmental protection. Projects may consist of: conducting research or conducting field operations, developing public policy or developing environmental education materials, working in environmental engineering or working with GIS, spending your time in an office or spending time in the woods. For more information, check their information sheet.

Abt Associates, a “government and business research and consulting firm”, is accepting applications for (paid) summer internships. They appear to have done a great deal of work in the public health, criminal justice, and environmental spaces:

we apply our experience and problem-solving skills to wide-ranging social challenges in developing nations, including improving agricultural production in underfed nations, promoting AIDS treatment programs in Africa, and advancing childhood immunization in Asia. In Kyrgyzstan and other Central Asian Republics, we have taken a primary role in restructuring healthcare delivery and financing.

Send cover letter avec resume to internships@abtassociates.com.

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