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  • Purdue University's Department of Forestry and Natural Resources is seeking (2) Native American interns to participate in the Water Resource Technician Training Program from July to January 2017. Applicants interested in the opportunity at Purdue University should contact Christopher Cheek (below) prior to applying. In addition, Caroline Smith can answer general questions about the program.

    Christopher Cheek, Purdue University, Phone: 405-850-7362, Email: cheekc@purdue.edu.
    Caroline Smith, Stewards Program Coordinator, Phone: 304-533-1211, Email: caroline@conservationlegacy.org.

  • Full fellowships for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degrees.

  • Tribal Liaison Intern – 10 months, Everett, WA
    Deadline: May 26th

    Position: The Tribal Liaison is a Resource Assistant Program (RAP) internship. RAP is a rigorous, immersive work and learning experience that provides developmental and training opportunities for individuals interested in learning more about Forest Service careers, and allows for meaningful contribution to the agency’s mission.

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    Please submit a cover letter, resume, and four professional references in attention to:

    Aleta Eng – Partnership Specialist, aeng@fs.fed.us
    Mt. Baker Snoqualmie NF, 2930 Wetmore Ave., Ste. 3A, Everett, WA 98201


    Jay Runte – Internship Director, jayr@nwyouthcorps.org
    Northwest Youth Corps, 2621 Augusta St., Eugene, OR 97403
    Fax: 541-349-5060