Below are several expense-paid career development internships for students this summer with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

College students that self-identify as American Indian or Alaska Native are eligible to apply for 12-week summer internships at five different national wildlife refuges in the Southeast, including places like Florida and Puerto Rico. Interns will engage in a variety of conservation and resource protection projects. Duties may include: wildlife/biological surveys, invasive species management, GIS/GPS mapping, maintenance, environmental education, and visitor services.

For position descriptions and to apply, please visit: Applications are due on April 4, 2014.

Natural Resources Intern St. Catherine Creek Refuge Complex 5/19/14 – 8/10/14 Natchez, Mississippi
Wildlife Management Intern Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge 5/19/14 – 8/10/14 Gautier, Mississippi
Wildlife Management Intern Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge 5/5/14 – 7/27/14 McBee, South Carolina
Visitor Services Intern Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge 5/19/14 – 8/10/14 Boqueron, Puerto Rico
Biological Technician Intern St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge 5/12/14 – 8/3/14 Apalachicola, Florida

*For general information on young adult internships and corps programs, visit:​ ​

Jeff Chen | Alaska Recruiter & Tribal College Specialist

SCA – Student Conservation Association

Email JChen |

Office 241 North C Street | Anchorage, AK 99501

Cell (907) 717-8414