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    Internship Announcement In 2005, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service will sponsor 60-80 paid summer internships with a primary focus on
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 2, 2004
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      Internship Announcement

      In 2005, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service will sponsor
      60-80 paid summer internships with a primary focus on recruiting and exposing
      freshman and sophomore Hispanic, African-American, Asian and Native American
      students to the conservation field. The Conservation Careers Diversity Intern
      Program is a collaboration between FWS, FS, and the Environmental Careers
      Organization.

      Each summer internship offers: a $4,800 stipend ($400/week for 12 weeks);
      $1,000 housing allowance or free housing; $300 minimum to help with relocation
      expenses.

      Students who are currently majoring in or have an interest in the following or
      other related academic fields are urged to apply: Biology, Botany, GIS,
      Ecology, Plant Science, Cartography, Wildlife Science, Hydrology, Forestry,
      Fishery Science, Geology, Soil Science, Natural Resources, Chemistry, Parks
      and Recreation, Range Conservation, Physical Science, Environmental Education

      For more information, please contact:
      Josephine Xiong
      Program Manager
      617-426-4783 x.142
      jxiong@...
      www.eco.org/conservation

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      Internship Announcement

      Morris K. Udall Foundation
      Native American Congressional Internship Program
      Applications due January 31, 2005

      The Foundation seeks bright, self-motivated students who will make the most of
      this opportunity. Students must have strong leadership skills and who are
      positive role models and representatives of their community. The political
      climate of Washington, D.C. can prove to be full of new opportunities for
      newcomers, therefore, the Foundation also seeks students who are able to adapt
      easily to demands on time, juggling multiple priorities, and are able to
      navigate well in a new living environment. Overall, the Foundation is seeking
      those who will adjust well and are willing to take positive lessons home to
      their tribes.

      Accepting applications starting December 1, 2004 until January 31, 2005. For
      more information, please visit http://www.udall.gov/p_internships.asp or
      contact:

      The Morris K. Udall Foundation
      130 South Scott Avenue
      Tucson, Arizona 85701-192
      Ph: 520-670-5187
      Fax: 520-670-5530
      Nuvamsa@...
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      Position Announcement

      Indian Youth of America
      Summer Camp Jobs
      WANTED: Staff, Ages 18+

      Share your talents and time with Indian Youth this summer! Indian Youth of
      America is celebrating its 29th Anniversary of conducing camps for Indian
      youth. IYA is looking for Indian Staff to work with Indian Youth from urban
      and reservation communities at camps in Arizona and South Dakota. Since the
      Youth Camps began in 1976, thousands of Indian Youth from over 180 tribes and
      28 states have enjoyed a positive summer camp experience.

      Two camps are being offered this summer:
      June 26-July 8, 2005 Whispering Pines Camp—Near Prescott, AZ Application
      deadline June 3, 2005

      July 17-July 25, 2005 Camp Bob Marshall—Near Custer, SD Application deadline
      June 24, 2005

      Positions Available: Camp Counselors, Recreation and Arts & Crafts
      Instructors, Nurse/Medic, Resource People Knowledgeable in Photography, Indian
      Culture, Nutrition, Self-Image Development, Substance Abuse, Storytelling, the
      Environment, etc.

      Salary and Travel: $60 per day, room and board and travel; Reimbursement for
      bus ticket or gas expense Contact us ASAP for an application or further
      information:

      INDIAN YOUTH OF AMERICA
      PO Box 2786
      Sioux City, IA 51106
      (712)-252-3230
      (712-252-3712

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      Position Announcement

      BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal has an excellent opportunity for an Industrial
      Hygiene Specialist.

      The successful candidate should possess a Bachelor of Science or technical
      certificate/diploma in IH/Safety/Environmental. Surface and Underground coal
      mining experience with IH/Safety experience. Candidate must be a team player
      with good interpersonal skills, excellent computer skills, strong oral and
      written communication skills, proven leadership experience and strong
      knowledge of health and safety issues in a mining or related environment.
      Local conditions apply.

      Please send your resume via mail, fax or by e-mail no later than November 29,
      2004 to:

      Employment Supervisor
      BHP Billiton—New Mexico Coal
      PO Box 561
      Waterflow, NM 87421
      Fax: (505)-598-2102
      E-mail: bhpjobsnm@...
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      Position Announcement

      BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal has an excellent opportunity for a Mine Geologist
      or Geotechnical Engineer.

      The successful candidate should possess a Bachelor of Science in structural
      geology or geotechnical engineering with experience in direct support of mine
      operations and planning. Candidate must be a team player with good
      interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills and solid
      technical skills. Candidates must have working knowledge of the Microsoft
      Office Suite and geological modeling programs such as Vulcan. Proven
      leadership experience and strong knowledge of health and safety issues in a
      mining or related environment. Local conditions apply.

      Please send your resume via mail, fax or by e-mail no later than November 29,
      2004 to:

      Employment Supervisor
      BHP Billiton—New Mexico Coal
      PO Box 561
      Waterflow, NM 87421
      Fax: (505)-598-2102
      E-mail: bhpjobsnm@...

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      Position Announcement

      The Board of Education of the Norwich City School District announces a vacancy
      in the position of Superintendent of Schools effective July 1, 2005. The
      Board will offer the selected candidate a three-year contract with a salary of
      $130,000-$150,000. As well, the successful candidate will be offered an
      attractive fringe benefits package.

      The Superintendent of the Norwich City School District serves as the Chief
      Executive officer of a small city school district delivering instructional and
      support services to more than 2,300 students Pre-K through Grade 12. The
      Superintendent oversees a general fund budget of $26.4 million dollars and
      supervises a staff of more than 400 employees. In concert with the Board of
      Education, he or she is charged with managing the affairs of the district in a
      manner that is both effective and efficient while providing strong and
      compassionate leadership.

      Qualifications include: Hold or be eligible for certification as a New York
      State School District Administrator; Previous experience as a central office
      administrator, building administrator and teacher; Thorough understanding of
      teaching and learning processes; Knowledge of education law and finance; Track
      record of leadership; Strong oral and written communication skills;
      Willingness to be both visible and accessible within the school community; A
      high level of energy and enthusiasm; A desire to establish residency within
      the district.

      The Board of Education will be assisted in the selection process by Mr. Alan
      Pole, District Superintendent of the Delaware-Chenango-Madison-Otsego BOCES,
      Mr. Pole may be reached at:

      DCMO BOCES 6678 County Road 32 Norwich, NY 13815 (607)-335-1233
      polea@...

      Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of application, current
      resume, application and up-to-date university placement folder to the
      attention of Mr. Pole. The deadline for receipt of application materials is
      January 7, 2005.

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      Position Announcement

      POSITION TITLE: Manager, Student Recruitment/Retention (American Indian
      Student Programs). This position #2604 is a full-time, 12 month, exempt,
      benefited position at pay grade 20.

      The University of Wyoming (UW) invites nominations and applications for the
      position of Manager, Student Retention (OMA American Indian Student Programs),
      position #2604, within the Office of Multicultural Affairs. UW, Wyoming’s
      only 4-year institution is located in Laramie, Wyoming, 45 miles west of
      Cheyenne, Wyoming and over 130 miles northwest of Denver, CO and features
      clean air, outdoor recreation opportunities, and a safe, hometown environment
      of 30,000. The Wind River reservation, home of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and
      Northern Arapaho Nation in central Wyoming, is one of UW’s service areas. UW
      serves over a 1000 ethnic minority students (8.3% of the UW student
      population) and 120 are American Indian students from various tribes.
      Multicultural Affairs focuses on retention services and programming for
      diverse groups, advocacy, training and awareness, assisting with recruiting
      efforts, providing a voice for diversity on campus, and creating a community
      of support for diverse populations.

      For Job Responsibilities and qualifications please see:

      http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/HREmployment2/fulltime.htm#msrr2604

      Application Materials Required: UW application and 1) cover letter stating
      your vision for an effective American Indian retention program; 2) resume; and
      3) names, addresses, e-mails, & phone number for 3 work-related references.
      To submit your applications, please see:

      http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/HREmployment/how_to_apply.htm Closing date for
      applications is Dec. 13, 2004 by 5 p.m., MT. UW is an equal opportunity
      employer.

      Research Program Announcement

      The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars
      Program at Howard University

      AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

      PURPOSE

      The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation established the Barbara Jordan Health
      Policy Scholars Program at Howard University to honor the legacy of former
      Foundation Trustee and Congresswoman Barbara Jordan by creating opportunities
      in health policy for minority students. As a member of the United States
      Congress and the Texas State Legislature, Barbara Jordan's distinguished
      career was typified by her tireless advocacy of behalf of vulnerable
      populations. She brought this passion to her work, inspiring others to become
      involved in addressing challenging health policy issues.

      PROGRAM

      The program continues Barbara Jordan's commitment by providing 15 talented
      college students of color the opportunity to work in a congressional office
      with major health policy responsibilities. During the 9-week summer work
      experience, scholars gain exposure to health policy issues and firsthand
      understanding of how the federal government works. The scholars’ work
      experiences are augmented by seminars, site visits and the preparation and
      presentation of policy papers.

      Eligibility: Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Applicants should be juniors,
      seniors or recent graduates of color from accredited U.S. colleges and
      universities. Current law, medical, and graduate students are not eligible to
      apply. Candidates must demonstrate an active interest in health policy,
      strong leadership skills, and community commitment. Applicants will be
      evaluated on academic performance, application essays, letters of
      recommendation, and extracurricular activities.

      COMPENSATION

      Scholars receive approximately $5,000 in support that includes:

      § A stipend of $1,500 upon completion of the program;
      § A daily expense allowance for meals and local transportation;
      § Transportation/airfare to and from Washington, D.C.;
      § Lodging at Howard University in Washington, D.C.

      Structure & Expectations:

      In the event that a college or university will award credit(s) for
      participation in the program, the Foundation and the University will submit or
      facilitate the submission of all official documentation necessary to obtain
      such credit(s).

      STRUCTURE AND EXPECTATIONS
      For More Information:
      At the beginning of the program, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Howard
      University provide an overall orientation for the scholars. The congressional
      offices or committees to which the scholars are assigned also conduct an
      orientation. The scholars work full-time in the congressional offices to
      which they are assigned. The Foundation and the University organize weekly
      seminars and site visits, which scholars are required to attend. The scholars
      are expected to write and present a health policy research memo, due at the
      program's end.

      This program is under the direction of Caya Lewis, MPH, Director of the
      Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program and Senior Policy Analyst for
      the Kaiser Family Foundation. For further information, contact Melissa
      Candelaria via email (bjscholars1@...). Application deadline for 2005
      scholars is January 7, 2005.

      To download an application or see profiles of former scholars, visit
      www.kff.org/docs/topics/jordanscholars.html

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      Mansel A. Nelson
      Program Coordinator (Environmental Educator) Voice 928 523 1275/1496
      Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
      Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals mansel.nelson@...
      PO Box 5765
      Northern Arizona University Hanley Hall
      Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Bldg 7, Room 112
      http://www.nau.edu/eeop/
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    • Mansel Nelson
      Must be at least a second semester sophomore. Can be a grad student. Please distribute... Sponsor: American University Program Number: 08474 Title: Washington
      Message 2 of 9 , Jan 17, 2011
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        Must be at least a second semester sophomore. Can be a grad student.
        Please distribute...

        Sponsor: American University
        Program Number: 08474
        Title: Washington Internships for Native American Students                                                                                                                                                            & nbsp;                                              
        E-mail: wins@...

        Program URL: http://www1.american.edu/wins/program_details.html
        SYNOPSIS:   Sponsor provides Native American students with
        internships that give an oppritunity for participants to gain
        knowledge, skills, academic credit, and practical work experience
        through this comprehensive and intensive program.   
        Deadline(s): 

        DEADLINE NOTE
        Applications after the priority deadline are encouraged. Many
        internship sponsors review qualified applications February through
        May.  Priority deadlines are the first Friday in June, October, and
        February.

        Link to full program description: http://www.infoed.org/new_spin/spin_prog.asp?08474


        Mansel A Nelson
        Environmental Education Outreach Program
        928 523 1275
      • Mansel A Nelson
        Mansel A Nelson Program Coordinator Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 928-523-1275 Mansel.Nelson@nau.edu
        Message 3 of 9 , Jan 26, 2011
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          Mansel A Nelson
          Program Coordinator
          Tribal Environmental Education Outreach
          928-523-1275

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          The Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program has 16 PAID Internships for Summer 2011!

          The CRDIP is seeking 16 diverse undergraduate and/or graduate students for paid internships in history, historic preservation, archeology, architecture, anthropology, museum studies, ethnic studies, and other related fields.  The internships are located around the country and travel expenses to and from the worksite are included.  Students will also participate in a 3-day, expenses paid Career Development Workshop in Washington, DC during the first week of August.

          The student application deadline is March 7, 2011.  The internship descriptions, along with more information on how to apply, are attached to this email.  Please forward to your diverse student networks.

          For more information, visit the CRDIP website at http://www.cr.nps.gov/crdi/internships/intrnCRDIP.htm, or  contact
          Turkiya L. Lowe at turkiya_lowe@..., 202-354-2266.

          Turkiya L. Lowe, Ph.D.
          Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program NRHP/NHL Program
          National Park Service
          1849 C Street
          Mail Stop 2280
          Washington, DC 20240
          (202) 354-2266
          (202) 371-2229 fax
          turkiya_lowe@...

           

        • Mansel A Nelson
          All Links to a wide variety of internships. http://www.green.nau.edu/students/jobs_internships.html man Mansel A Nelson Program Coordinator Tribal
          Message 4 of 9 , Feb 5, 2011
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            Links to a wide variety of internships.

            http://www.green.nau.edu/students/jobs_internships.html

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            Mansel A Nelson
            Program Coordinator
            Tribal Environmental Education Outreach
            928-523-1275
            Mansel.Nelson@...
          • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
            INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ****************************************************************************** Internship Opportunity Announcement New Opportunity!
            Message 5 of 9 , Nov 22, 2011
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              INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
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              Internship Opportunity Announcement
              New Opportunity!
               
              What: Tribal Energy Program---Summer Internship Program
              Who: Current College upper-classmen and graduate students
              Deadline: February 17, 2012
              Location: Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM
              Duration: 12 Weeks
               
              Description:
              Current college upper-classmen and graduate students, who are familiar with Native American culture and tribal issues, are needed to support Tribal Energy Program efforts with technical project tasks. College students are needed to assist a cross-disciplinary team to perform specific tasks at Sandia National Laboratories. Interactions will be with Sandia's renewable energy staff, Native American tribes interested in renewable systems, and Sandia's American Indian Outreach Committee. Instant immersion in these activities is offered to work directly with experienced and internationally recognized peers. Travel will be required, including field visits to renewable energy projects.
               
              Requirements:
              The student applicant must be a U.S. citizen and a Native American, defined as a member of a federally recognized tribe, Alaska Village, or Alaska Corporation (excludes state-recognized tribes; bands or groups; and first peoples of Guam or Hawaii). Specific interest in renewable energy is required.
               
              Application:
              For information on the application process, see the 2012 registration formPDFor contact Sandra Begay-Campbell at (505) 844-5418 or skbegay@....
               
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              Internship Opportunity Announcement
              New Opportunity!
               
              Title: Udall Foundation Internship and Scholarship Program
              Internship Deadline: January 31, 2012
              Scholarship Deadline: March 5, 2012
              Location: Washington, D.C.
               
              The Internship Program is a ten-week summer internship in Washington, DC, for Native American and Alaska Native students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Indian country. The internship is fully funded: the Foundation provides round-trip airfare, housing, per diem for food and incidentals, and a stipend at the close of the program. Interns work in congressional and agency offices where they have opportunities to research legislative issues important to tribal communities, network with key public officials and tribal advocacy groups, experience an insider’s view of the federal government, and enhance their understanding of nation-building and tribal self-governance.  The complete application package must be received by January 31, 2012, at the Udall Foundation.
               
              The Udall Scholarship is awarded to college sophomores and juniors pursuing careers related to Tribal Public Policy, Native Health Care, or the Environment. In addition to the $5,000 financial award, Udall Scholars also get to attend the Udall Scholar Orientation and are immediately plugged into a growing and active alumni network. Tribal public policy includes fields related to tribal sovereignty, governance, law, education, justice, natural resource management, cultural preservation and revitalization, economic development, and other areas affecting Native American communities. Native American health care includes health care administration, social work, medicine, research, and other disciplines. The online application must be submitted to the Foundation by March 5, 2012, but individual institutions may have earlier deadlines. Interested students can contact their campus’ Udall faculty representative for more information.
               
              We encourage you to visit our website at www.udall.gov to learn more about the internship and scholarship opportunities. On the website, you’ll find videos about both programs, tips for applying, and Alumni Mentors you can contact with any questions you might have. 
              Mansel Nelson
              Senior Program Coordinator
              Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 
              928-523-1275
              mansel.nelson@...


            • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
              INTERNSHIPS **KACHEMAK BAY NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE in Homer is recruiting college students for summer Volunteer internships. They are looking for 2
              Message 6 of 9 , Jan 21, 2012
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                INTERNSHIPS

                **KACHEMAK BAY NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE in Homer is recruiting college students for summer Volunteer internships. They are looking for 2 MARINE SCIENCE EDUCATION INTERNS to work with Reserve staff from June 11 - August 18, 2012 to enhance the experience of Homer visitors through interpretation, one-on-one assistance, and hands-on demonstration related to a variety of marine/coastal environment themes at KBNERR Discovery Labs, outdoor Estuary Hikes, and special events. Interns will also assist Research Reserve staff on science outreach and research projects. Housing and a food stipend is provided. The deadline for applying is March 18. For more information, contact Jessica Ryan with the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve at 907-226-4657 or email jessica.ryan@....

                The ALASKA SEALIFE CENTER is sponsoring AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS OR RECENT GRADUATES who are interested in gaining an educational experience in a world-class marine facility. ASLC internships offer a well-rounded, educational experience working in a variety of areas within the Center. Depending on the type of internship, duties may include assisting aquarium, avian or marine mammal staff with animal husbandry tasks; helping with marine-related research projects as well as teaching and/or preparing lessons in our education department. Interns will be required to participate in a variety of areas and all interns are required to participate to some extent in the interpretive aspects of our operation. Please visit our website at, http://www.alaskasealife.org/New/about-ASLC/index.php?page=internship-program.php, for details and to apply.

                INTERN OPPORTUNITIES 2012 in Homer. Application deadline January 23.
                ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION INTERN April-May. Positions available are geared towards college seniors and recent college graduates. A great way to get your foot in the door in Environmental Education! Begin the season by shadowing, training, and helping with programs for the first month and then share the lead on programs in May. Programs based out of Peterson Bay Coastal Science Field Station and the Kasitsna Bay Laboratory across from Homer, AK. Train as a residential instructor/group leader for Alaska Coastal Ecology and Onboard Oceanography program field trips and activities for school groups, grades 4-12. Duties will include instruction, leading beach and forest hikes, and performing routine maintenance of aquaria. Field sites include Kachemak Bay, rocky intertidal areas of outstanding diversity, a coastal forest trail system, and salt and freshwater wetlands. Requires knowledge of basic intertidal, marine, and forest ecology; experience instructing and organizing school groups or children, good physical condition, and ability to live and work in a residential situation with school groups and other staff. Alaska or similar experience and experience with stocking and maintaining salt water aquaria preferred. Two positions available. $1,000/mo +housing. For more information, contact Jenni Medley, School Programs Coordinator, at (907) 235-6714 or Fax: (907) 235-6668.
                Mansel Nelson
                Senior Program Coordinator
                Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 
                928-523-1275
                mansel.nelson@...


              • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
                Scholarships/Internships: Tribal Energy Program Summer Internship Posting Delayed; Application Deadline Extended to March 28
                Message 7 of 9 , Mar 17 6:13 PM
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                  Scholarships/Internships:

                  Tribal Energy Program Summer Internship Posting Delayed; Application Deadline Extended to March 28
                  The 12-week 2014 Tribal Energy Program Summer Internship will be located at SNL in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

                  Sandia National Laboratories Internships
                  Sandia National Laboratories is seeking outstanding student candidates for their 2014 summer internships in Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA.

                  Washington Internships for Native Students
                  WINS offers American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students a competitive, all-expenses-paid scholarship to earn academic credit toward their degree and gain practical experience on important policy relevant issues. 


                  Mansel A Nelson
                  Program Coordinator
                  Tribal Environmental Education Outreach
                  928-523-1275
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