Internship opportunities for 2015-2016 school year

Curriculum creator Katie Gavenus (green hat at left) shows Whittier students how oiled water affects bird feathers. Photo by Lisa Matlock.

 Alaska Oil Spill Curriculum contractor Katie Gavenus (green hat at left) shows Whittier students how oiled water affects bird feathers.

THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS FOR BOTH INTERNSHIP POSITIONS HAS PASSED. We are no longer taking applications. Thank you for your interest in the council.


The council is currently recruiting for two interns to complete two different projects this school year:

  • Hydrocarbon Research Intern: The intern will complete a project comparing the historic and present properties of Alaska North Slope crude oil.
  • Environmental Education Intern: Intern will be trained to present K-12 Oil Spill Curriculum lessons for a variety of ages. The intern will then coordinate and travel to at least five PWSRCAC communities to present lessons to youth.

Both of these internships are appropriate for undergraduate students. The Environmental Education Internship may also be appropriate for a graduate student.

How to apply:

Any student interested in applying should carefully read all of the internship requirements before applying. Applications consist of a resume of the student’s experience and a cover letter that explains the student’s applicable interest and experience related to the internship.

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UPDATE: We are no longer taking applications for these internship positions. Please contact the Outreach Coordinator, Lisa Matlock at (907) 273-6235 or lisa.matlock@pwsrcac.org for further information or for questions.

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