Articles tagged: GIS
CCI has formal relationships with employers and there are quite a few great summer internship opportunities that are reserved for Middlebury students with funding attached. Here are 8 examples waiting for your applications with deadlines approaching. (Note, for instance, NOAA has 50 available research opportunities all over the nation!) CHECK THEM OUT.
Seabird Research Intern, National Audubon Society, Bar Harbor, ME –Apply by Fri, Feb 15 Apply Now
NOAA 2019 Summer Internships (over 50 available), Nationwide, USA– Apply by Fri, Feb 15 Apply Now
Middlebury Social Impact Corps 2019 Summer Internship -Andean Alliance, Cusco, Peru — Apply by Wed, Feb 20 Apply Now
Middlebury Social Impact Corps 2019 Summer Internship – Cape Eleuthera Institute, Rock Sound, The Bahamas — Apply by Wed, Feb 20 Apply Now
DEC Wetlands Program – Mapping Intern, State of Vermont, Montpelier, VT — Apply by Fri, Mar 1 Apply Now
ALLSOURCE ANALYSIS INTERNSHIP, AllSource Analysis, Middlebury, VT — Apply by Fri, Mar 1 Apply Now
GeoCivics, Project Summer Intern,University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO — Apply by Mon, Apr 1 Apply Now
FoodWorks Internship Program, Middlebury College FoodWorks Fellowship, Middlebury, VT — Apply by Wed, May 1 Apply Now
You are invited to meet with Middlebury’s partner The Nature Conservancy (TNC) GLOBE program and their Youth Programs Coordinator, Shawneece Hennighan this Wednesday, November 14 for an information session on campus from 4:30 PM in CCI’s Adirondack House Library. Please RSVP HERE on Handshake for the event.
Middlebury has 3 specific internships earmarked for our students for this 2019 summer focused on: climate change and clean energy policy in Washington, DC, GIS research in Alaska, and urban agriculture in Chicago. The TNC GLOBE program provides undergraduate students with diverse backgrounds with paid summer internship opportunities in the environmental sector across the country. The internships range from science-based education to communications to public policy to geospatial research—a whole range of opportunities for our liberal arts students.
Recreation Capacity Intern — The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation has been collecting a variety of data linked to usage of the public’s recreation-based resources. This information is a key tool in supporting the development of the recreation aspect of Long Range Management Plans, determining how resources are allocated to maintain recreation infrastructure, and to make decisions related to trail network growth or alteration.The intern must have proficiency with ArcGIS 10.x software and using hand-held GPS units to gather and transfer data into GIS. The intern must also have a strong foundation and interest in analytical statistic and be able to use Excel. The intern must be comfortable hiking alone over various terrains to collect trail data in the field, for up to 8 hours in a day. For more details, see listing on Handshake: https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1291979/share_preview
Universal Recycling Outreach — This internship will focus on addressing the current and upcoming challenges of implementing the Universal Recycling Law in Vermont. It will involve substantial engagement with the public, as well as some in-office work. The intern will set up a table at farmers’ markets, fairs, or other public venues to provide information about recycling, composting, and the requirements of the Universal Recycling Law. A gregarious, friendly personality, composure, and strong communication skills are necessary. The intern will learn and communicate about recycling, composting, and other materials management topics. For more details, see listing on Handshake: https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1291499/share_preview
Otter Creek Mapping Intern — This intern would assist with field data collection along the Otter Creek primarily by paddling nearly 100 miles from Mt. Tabor to Lake Champlain. Field data collection will consist of identifying both natural and manmade features along the creek as they relate to fishing, hunting, paddling, or historic resources. The intern would help identify the appropriate data to collect as well as develop data sheets for use in a future mapping project. Some of the opportunities afforded to the intern would be to work with a variety of staff working on everything from outdoor recreation to law enforcement.
NOTE: The ultimate goal of this project is to create an Otter Creek Fishing Trail that highlights all river features, public access, and any possible points of interest to anyone boating on the Otter Creek. Once all the field data is collected, I would like to explore turning this into a semester or thesis project (Middlebury’s GIS program?) so that we could actually create the fishing trail map. For more details, see listing on Handshake: https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1291553/share_preview
Compensation: All of these internships come with $3,000 stipend. If you are offered and accept this internship, please be aware that your funding for this position is provided by CCI, and therefore you will be required to complete funded internship paperwork.