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Job titleCompanyRequirementsDeadline
Intern - Alaska SeaLife CenterAlaska SeaLife CenterOpen to all studentsJanuary 10, 2015
Intern - Alaska Wildlife Conservation CenterAlaska Wildlife Conservation CenterOpen to all students and graduatesFebruary 1, 2015
Intern - Begich Democratic CampaignAlaskans for BegichOpen to all studentsOpen Until Filled
intern - Department of Natural Resources (DNR)Department of Natural ResourcesCurrent student in good standingOpen Until Filled
Intern - English Teacher in ChinaBright Future, Inc.See Internship WebsiteOpen until filled
Intern - Esri Solution EngineerEsriGIS and Web Development SkillsSee Application Link
Intern - Implementation COIS or Mathematics MajorsFAST EnterprisesCOIS or Mathematics MajorOpen until filled
Intern - IT Entry Level InternsCGI, Inc.Bachelor Degree by August 2015Open until filled
Intern - Marine Mammal and ResearchNew England AquariumCompleted 1 year of undergraduate studiesOpen Until Filled
Intern - Multiple OpportunitiesA.E. Schwartz & AssociatesBasic computer and communication skillsOpen Until Filled
Intern - Multiple OpportunitiesStudent Conservation AssociationSee Application LinkOpen Until Filled
Intern - NASANASASee Internship WebsiteContinuous recruitment
Intern - NOAA, USFS, US Department of Natural Resources, etc.US GovernmentCurrent students and recent graduatesSee website link for deadlines
Intern - NOAA multiple listingsNOAASee internship postingSee website link
Intern - Oak Ridge STEM internshipOak Ridge National LaboratorySee Internship WebsiteSee website link for deadlines
Intern - Policy, Marine Conservation InstituteMarine Conservation InstituteOpen to all studentsOpen Until Filled
Intern - Political Affairs RepresentativeThe Borgen ProjectMust be available Monday’s 4:30-6:00 PM PSTOpen Until Filled
Intern - Research AssistantSandia National LaboratoriesSee Application LinkSee Application Link
Intern - Science, Technology, Engineering, and MathematicsPathways to ScienceSee Internship WebsiteSee website link for deadlines
Intern - Science Undergraduate Laboratory (SULI)Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI)See Internship WebsiteSee website link
Intern - Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center Smithsonian Institute and the University of Alaska FoundationOpen to all studentsOpen until filled
Intern - Smithsonian InternshipsSmithsonian Institute See Internship WebsiteSee website link for deadlines
Intern - Social Media InternshipTogether We RisePursuing Bachelors DegreeOpen Until Filled
Intern - STEM InternSignificant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science (SOARS)3.0 GPA, and 2 years of college completedSee Internship Posting
Intern - Student Conservation Association (SCA)Student Conservation Association See internship postingOpen Until Filled
Interns - Zoos and AquariumsAssociation of Zoos and AquariumsUndergraduate and Graduate StudentsSee website link
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) ProgramsInstitute for Broadening Participation (Pathways to Science)See web link Open until filled

What is an Internship?

An internship is a planned, “real world” learning experience that provides an opportunity to gain practical, on-the-job training in a field of interest to you. It serves as a bridge between the classroom and the world of work, allowing you to apply what you have learned in school to real-life work experiences. 

Internships are usually short-term, structured and supervised. Because of the emphasis on learning rather than money, internships are often coordinated to provide academic credit. They can, however, offer a stipend or an hourly wage only, or a combination of academic credit and pay. To coordinate an internship for academic credit you will need to visit with a faculty advisor from your department, as each department has its own specific qualification requirements. For more general information, you are encouraged to review the UAS internship guidelines and policies (264Kb).

What are the Benefits?

  • Extremely valuable, practical experience
  • Individualized instruction on-the-job
  • Ability to apply classroom theories in the real world
  • Personal contacts with people working in your career field
  • Better preparation for post-graduation employment
  • Excellent resume builder

How do I Choose an Internship?

Identifying and selecting an internship requires significant thought and self-assessment. Here are some things to keep in mind:

  • Decide the type of organization in which you would like to work
  • Evaluate the necessity of monetary compensation
  • Select a geographical area in which to work

If this sounds a bit overwhelming, don’t worry! Career Services is available to assist you.

For a listing of internships that are currently available to UAS students, click on the Internships tab.

 
 

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