Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan


NCSE Launches Climate Change Internships

Posted: March 9, 2010

The National Park Service has awarded a five-year grant to the National Council for Science & the Environment (NCSE) to develop and administer the George Melendez Wright Climate Change Internship Program through its Campus to Careers Program.

NCSE's Campus to Careers Program supports college students and recent graduates in their transition to environmental careers through meaningful, paid internships with federal agencies, non-profit organizations and businesses.

The Climate Change Internships will involve science-based research, resource conservation, data collection, monitoring, communication, policy development, sustainable operations, and other projects to support adaptation to and mitigation of the effects of climate change on lands administered by the National Park Service.

For further details about the internship program and how to apply, please visit or email from March 12.

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