Doyon, Limited has internship opportunities available for the following: Accounting, Administration, Communications, Get Out the Native Vote, Human Resources, and Lands & Resources.

Doyon Utilities and Doyon Government Group will usually open intern positions as well. All intern opportunities are posted to the Doyon employment site as they become available:

Shareholder Outreach is the contact if there are any questions: 459-2085, 1-888-478-4755,

The 2018-19 Education Resources Handbook published by The CIRI Foundation is now available!  Inside, you will find information on scholarships, grants, internships, and employment opportunities. You’ll also find plenty of advice for getting into college and tips for academic success!




The Obama Foundation is now accepting applications for their 2018 Summer Internship. The internship will run from May 29 through August 17, 2018 (for semester system students) and June 18 to September 7, 2018 (for quarter system students). Interns will work 40 hours per week in the Chicago or D.C. office. Interns will also receive stipends and reimbursements for a portion of the expenses directly related to their internship.

Applications are due February 12, 2018 5 PM Central Time. Apply here!


  • Be a current full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate student;
  • Be eligible to work in the U.S.; and
  • Be able to commit to the 2018 program dates (May 29-August 17 or June 18-September 7).

To Apply: Complete the online application by February 12. The application also requires:

  • One-page resume or CV;
  • Responses to two short answer questions (100 words);
  • Essay response (500 words); and
  • Three references.

Note: You will not be able to save and return to the application page. Download the Application Worksheet to preview the essay prompts and draft your responses. We recommend saving your work in a word processing document.

Questions? Visit the FAQ page or email

The Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is seeking applications for three paid summer internships. Housing is provided. The positions are open to tribally-affiliated students. Applications are due March 15, 2018.

Please circulate the attached Call for Applications to your students or visit our website: Contact Erin Fehr for more information.


Senator Murkowski hosts an internship program for just-graduated high school seniors each summer. A total of 20 students are selected to participate in one of two, 4-week sessions here in the Senator’s Washington, D.C. office. Interns have the opportunity to shadow the Senator for a day, attend briefings and committee hearings, perform special projects for staff, and generally learn how the Senate works and participate in a professional work environment. A stipend is paid to the interns, which helps defray the cost of transportation and housing.

The application materials for the 2018 High School Internship are attached, and provide details of the program and the qualifications for applicants.

The application can be accessed online at Krystal_Edens. The deadline to submit the application is 11:59 p.m. Alaska Standard Time on Thursday, March 15, 2018.

Murkowski HS Intern Program Flyer (2018).pdf

Murkowski Internship Letter 2018.pdf

SCA just announced 40+ internships in our database. There will be more to come! Below, there is information about:

– expense-paid land stewardship internships in Alaska and Outside

– seasonal Trail Crew Leader positions

– and opportunities for U.S. military Veterans

Anyone interested in gaining work experience with a land management agency should review this information. The SCA is committed to creating a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive land stewardship workforce.

2018 NPS Academy Alaska Internships – *Deadline: 1/3/18*

Interested in taking care of the land? Join the Alaska NPS Academy. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is seeking young adults in Alaska for a Spring Break orientation and a variety of expense-paid summer internships with the National Park Service (NPS) in Alaska!

Spring Break (week of March 11, 2018): Join 15 SCA members age 18-35 in Anchorage for a fun and career-focused week of workshops and recreation. Summer Internship: Selected SCA members will go on to complete a 12-week internship at a NPS site in Alaska. Hone your skills in Public Speaking, Wildlife Management, Native Habitat Restoration, Cultural Resources, Digital Media, and more!

Benefits: SCA will provide transportation, lodging, and meals for the orientation. Summer Interns receive $1,100 travel allowance, free housing or rent stipend, $280 per week, and many will be eligible for a $1,500 AmeriCorps Education Award. Many SCA interns may be eligible to receive college credits and federal certifications.

NPS Academy is open to all applicants 18-35, but the recruitment focus is college students who identify as coming from underrepresented backgrounds. For a Flyer, Eligibility and to Apply,

Candidates must complete basic, intern, and final applications. Candidates don’t need to pay the application fee! Contact SCA Alaska Recruiter Jeff Chen at jchen or 907-717-8414 for the fee waiver, if any questions arise, or once the application is complete. Apply for NPS Academy by 5pm, Wednesday, January 3, 2018.

Additional SCA offerings

*New Internships Just Announced* SCA offers an additional 150 internships in Alaska and 1,500 internships across the country with various land management agencies. All are expenses-paid. See this page for our Tongass National Forest flyer and this page for our internship database. Positions are posted until filled. Positions are full-time and last between 12- and 52-weeks. Applications are due on a rolling basis. More and more positions will be posted throughout the next three months. Apply now to connect your application to up to 20 positions!

SCA’s Veterans Fire Corps is immediately seeking several more team members for a 12-week federal training and certification program in wildland firefighting. Both teams are in the Southeast U.S. with the following dates:

– January 8 to March 30, 2018

– February 10 to May 11, 2018

SCA is seeking Crew Leaders for our 2018 field season (approximately April through September). Do you have a passion for working on the land and a passion for mentoring Alaskan youth? Find out how you can help train the next generation of conservation leaders by becoming a SCA crew leader. Projects include trail building, environmental restoration, cabin construction, and more. Positons pay approximately $600 per week, with food and tent included.

SCA Alaska offers 4-week trail crews for high school students in Alaska. Selected members receive free travel, meals, and a $500 stipend upon successful completion of the crew. Students gain hands-on experience with work skills and life skills. Restore the environment, camp out, cook out, and meet new friends!

SCA is hiring for several staff members across the country.

Jeff Chen (陳奕正) (pronouns: he/him)

Alaska Recruiting Coordinator

Student Conservation Association
241 N. C Street
Anchorage, AK 99501

C: 907.717.8414

Conservation Begins Here®

Chrya C. Sanderson

Alaska Native Education Tutor
North Pole High School
601 NPHS Blvd. North Pole, Alaska 99705
488-3761 ex.19245
FAX 488-1488

Senator Dan Sullivan is looking for exceptional Alaskan college students and recent graduates to join his team in Washington, D.C. Many of today’s best and brightest political minds began their careers in public service as interns in public relations, news organizations, and particularly in congressional offices.

Internships teach valuable skills and offer hands on experience in the fast-paced Capitol Hill environment. Washington, D.C. internships distinguish students and allow them to rise above the pack, particularly with competitive graduate programs. Students interested in politics, public service, public relations, research, and writing can gain valuable experience through Senator Sullivan’s D.C. internship. Through the program, interns are integrated into senior-level meetings and also attend U.S. Senate committee hearings, giving them exposure to critical issues that affect Alaskans and Americans.

An internship is an entry-level position best suited for a person who thinks creatively, wants to contribute to a team and, above all, yearns for opportunities to learn—whether about the legislative process, researching, writing or public communications.

Senator Sullivan’s Washington, D.C. office offers internships year round, including a summer, fall, and spring session. The upcoming spring session is from January 8 to May 11, 2018.

The deadline for applications is November 6, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. eastern time.



Internship Description, deadline 11.6.2017.pdf

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