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Volunteer and Unpaid Internship Opportunities. Unpaid Internship Opportunities The National Archives at Kansas City selectively offers unpaid internships to students currently enrolled in undergraduate- and graduate-level programs such as history, library and information science, social sciences, museum studies, and related disciplines.

Volunteer and Unpaid Internship Opportunities

Unpaid interns are provided with a broad-based introduction to the archives field. Unpaid interns work with archives staff while gaining experience with a variety of tasks, including describing holdings; performing basic preservation measures; preparing finding aids and indexes; creating educational and promotional materials; providing reference services on textual and audiovisual materials to the public; and learning about archival exhibits, records management, and the archives profession. We ask that unpaid interns give a minimum of 120 hours of service, which is usually accomplished by working three 40-hour weeks. Some flexibility in the schedule is possible to accommodate classes and work.

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Indian Law Resource Center. Legislative Internship Program at University of Alaska Southeast. The University of Alaska Legislative Internship Program, now in its 26th year, enables qualified students from the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), and the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), to obtain course credits while working in the Alaska Legislature.

Legislative Internship Program at University of Alaska Southeast

Alaska legislative interns work full time in the Alaska State Legislature in Juneau, placed in the office of one State Senator or Representative. In addition, students participate in a demanding academic program that combines classroom time and rigorous, guided research. The program is worth a total of twelve credits, and provides students with a small stipend. Program Timeline October 15: Complete application packets due, 11:59PM Early November: Possible interviews with campus coordinators Mid-November: Students notified regarding acceptance. Canada Research Chairs. Leadership development > Summer Internship Program > 2013 Interns. First Alaskans Institute is pleased to announce its 2013 Summer Intern Program to place Alaska Native/American Indian and rural undergraduate and graduate students into organizations around Alaska to provide real-world leadership development experiences.

leadership development > Summer Internship Program > 2013 Interns

Some of the areas of focus have included, but are not limited to: Education, Organizational Management, Health & Wellness, Rural & Community Development, Economic Development, Research, Oil & Gas Industry, Public Policy, Science & Engineering, Government. The First Alaskans Institute was founded by the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) in 1989 as the AFN Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. In 2000, the foundation became independent of AFN and was renamed the First Alaskans Institute.

It is governed by a Board of Trustees composed of Alaska Native leaders who bring a diversity of experience in both the private and public sectors. Click HERE for a more through presentation of information related to the program. 2013 Interns. ODFW Jobs. Workplace Alaska-SOAcss: 1HomePage. Current Internships, Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Students and Recent Grads. On December 27, 2010, President Obama signed Executive Order (E.O.) 13562 establishing the Internship Program and the Recent Graduates Program and revising and reinvigorating the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program.

Students and Recent Grads

These two new programs, along with the PMF Program, collectively form what the President called the Pathways Programs. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued the final rule for the Pathways Programs on May 11, 2012 (77 FR 28194) and it was made effective July 10, 2012. The Pathways Program requirements are found in part 362 of title 5, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The appointing authorities for the Pathways Programs are found in 5 CFR 213.3402(a), (b), and (c). Learn more about the BLM's Pathways programs through the links below. Internship Programme. Intern in the Great Bear Rainforest - Ocean Students Society. The Raincoast Conservation Foundation is seeking a highly motivated intern to join a diverse field research team in Heiltsuk Territory (Bella Bella, BC) this spring, from 05 May to about 12 June .

Intern in the Great Bear Rainforest - Ocean Students Society

This is an applied conservation science project. By foot, boat and helicopter, the team sets up and checks non-invasive hair snags, which sample grizzly and black bears of the area. This is a remote and beautiful area. We return most nights to a comfortable research station, but field work can be physically demanding and requires very long hours. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, have demonstrated outdoor skills and experience, works well within a team environment, be interested in the cultural dimensions of working alongside Heiltsuk First Nations colleagues, and have the ability to predict what needs to be accomplished before being asked. Please send a digital CV with your last name as the file name to Dr Chris Darimont at: darimont@ucsc.edu. DNR Internships. Great Land, Great People, Great Jobs *Gain real world experiences by working with trained professionals.

DNR Internships

. * Use practical applications of your education to open doors to a bright future. * Make a real difference by making your state a better place. . * Become part of what makes Alaska a great state. Detailed Program Information Application Form International Students Statement of Eligibility About DNR Divisions If you have questions about the DNR Student Intern Program or would like further information, please contact: Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. Internship Opportunities. Summer Internship Opportunity with Title VII Indian Education Department, Anchorage School District Puqigtut II-Smart People! Is an online course program for Alaska Native and American Indian ASD high school students to earn credit over the summer semester (June 3rd - July 19th). Puqigtut II offers online courses in core subject areas (Social Studies, English, Math, Science and Health/PE) blended with face-to-face time with Puqigtut II coordinators, tutors, and teachers at smart sessions.

Smart sessions are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10 AM-2 PM and Tuesdays, Thursdays from 2-6 PM at the ASD Education Center on Northern Lights Blvd and Boniface Ave. UAA interns would provide direct service to Puqigtut II students taking online courses.