Internships


Are you going to school and looking for a summer internship position? Visit www.doyon.com for more information about the following summer internship opportunities in Fairbanks for Doyon shareholders (Click titles to see internship description):

 

 

Applications Due: March 10, 2017

First Alaskans Institute (FAI) announces our 2017 Summer Internship Program to place Alaska Native/American Indian and rural undergraduate and graduate students into organizations around Alaska to provide dynamic leadership development and employment experience. In order to apply, students must be high school graduates currently enrolled in a higher education institution, or recent graduates of a higher education institution.

Click HERE for more information or to apply.

AISES is seeking applicants for the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) internship program.  The 10-week internship program provides students with applied work experience and an opportunity to explore career options. The internship will begin in June and end in August 2017.  The application deadline for the BPA Internship is February 28, 2017.

For more information go to http://www.aises.org/news/bonneville-power-administration-summer-internships.

 

Interested in an internship which involves Language Revitalization? See below:

I am writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity for students to intern with Where Are Your Keys? this summer. Every year WAYK runs a Summer Intensive where we work closely with a host community to focus on one particular language. The summer of 2017 will be our 7th Summer Intensive!

With support from the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island, the Administration for Native Americans, the Aleut Foundation, the Central Bering Sea Fishermen’s Association, and other regional organizations, we will be headed to back to the Pribilof Islands! We’ll once again be spending the summer months (May 28th—August 20th) working with fluent speakers of Unangam Tunuu (also known as Aleut) on St. Paul Island, Alaska.

Our partner organizations are sponsoring at least three WAYK interns this summer. Although these positions are unpaid, all costs associated with the program (lodging, food, and transportation) will be covered by this funding. This is a unique experience in which participants will do the hands-on work of language revitalization. In addition to gaining proficiency in Unangam Tunuu, interns will receive training and practice with the WAYK method, language pedagogy, curriculum design, and project management.

We have just posted the application for these internship positions, and we are hoping that you will help us disseminate our application to motivated students, teachers, language learners, and language activists. To be clear, participants do not need training in linguistics. Past interns have focused on a variety of fields in their work and studies, such as language revitalization, languages, education, linguistics, anthropology, indigenous/native studies, neuroscience, computer programming, film production, theater, and more. We would love to have interns with a wide array of skills and interests join us this summer. The application window will close on January 23, 2017.

If you know students, learners, teachers, or language champions who might be interested in this opportunity, please direct them to our blog to learn more.

Thank you all,

100 px Small Green WAYK hands copy.png Evan Gardner

evan

www.whereareyourkeys.org

@playWAYK

Are you a Doyon Foundation scholarship recipient? Looking for a way to gain some hands-on experience (and a little dough in your pocket)? Would you like to help other Foundation students? Then read on!

Doyon Foundation is currently seeking applicants for our scholarship program student internship! In this full-time, temporary position, you’ll work side by side with the Foundation staff in our Fairbanks office, helping us support students and keep the scholarship program running smoothly.

Interested? Learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications here. If you think you’re the right person for the job, apply online here!

Alaska Permanent Capital Management is committed to giving Alaskan Students real world opportunities. They have started a rotating internship program to correspond with spring, fall and summer semesters.

APCM is actively looking for applicants for this summer. Enclosed are details about the company and the internship, please note the short application period.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Laura Bruce, CFP®, ChFC®, SVP, Director of Client Relations at 907.646.3509.

www.apcm.net

APCM Internship.pdf

Southwest Tribal NARCH Summer Internship Program, Deadline: April 22, 2016 (5pm MDT)

The Southwest Tribal Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) Program will sponsor a 2016 Summer Research Internship Program. Through this program we provide opportunities to engage American Indian students in significant and innovative health research and further explore careers in health sciences, public health, epidemiology or medicine.

Students wishing to apply to the internship program must meet specific criteria. They must be:

·       enrolled in a Federally-recognized tribe;

·       enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in a health-related degree program at an accredited academic institution; and

·       in good academic standing according to their department guidelines.

Interested students must complete and submit an application packet which includes proof of tribal enrollment, copies of the most recent transcript and class schedule, a resume, and a 250-word statement of interest.

This is an 8-week paid internship. The NARCH program will work with students to determine their summer work schedule in the May-September 2016 internship period. There are only a few slots available each year, so selection is based on meeting the eligibility criteria, student’s academic record, and statement of interest. Preference is given to students who are members of tribes in New Mexico, Texas and Colorado.

Click HERE for more information and the application.

For more information or an application, please contact: Rita Kie (rkie@aaihb.org) or Delrae Peterson (dpeterson@aaihb.org), phone: (505) 764-0036

 

Rita Kie, MPH – NARCH Program Manager

505-764-0036

rkie@aaihb.org

 

Delrae Peterson – Program Assistant

505-764-0036

dpeterson@aaihb.org

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