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Did you know? Peace Corps is experiencing a high need for people with a passion for protecting the environment? Students with majors in environmental science, natural resources, ecology, wildlife studies, and resource management qualify for 2-year jobs overseas, all expenses paid. Are you looking for a creative, challenging, and meaningful job when you graduate. Peace Corps offers just that.
Please check out www.eco.org for a substantial list of paid internship opportunities.Â These are particularly relevant if you are interested in environmental science, ecology, and land management, but there are jobs listed that utilize a range of skills (scientific and other).
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES and PARKS/WASTEWATER TREATMENT DIVISION
The Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) seeks several full-time summer interns. Assignments will be to one of the following areas where they will experience the practical application of coursework in a large-scale urban infrastructure system.
These are entry-level positions and are intended for students with little to no previous engineering experience. In most cases, schedule will be Monday - Friday, 8-hour days (7 or 8 a.m. to 4 or 5 p.m. depending on assignment).
WHO MAY APPLY
This position is open to currently enrolled full-time students with coursework in the described areas. (NOTE: Department of Natural Resources and Parks Policy states that "relatives of current DNRP employees shall not be employed as interns or temporary employees within the Department.")
HIGHLY DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS
WHERE TO APPLY
Please submit your application materials to the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division Human Resources, M.S. KSC-NR-0511, , Seattle, . 98104-3855 by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date.
REQUIRED APPLICATION FORMS AND MATERIALS
Letter of interest. In not more than one page, incorporate the following:
1. Class status and major2. Explain how an internship will benefit your education and career.3. What have you enjoyed the most and least about your education thus far?4. Describe a situation in which you demonstrated good communication skills.5. Although you will be considered for all available positions, to help us find a better fit between you and available internships, please specify any areas that you have a particular interest. (Position details are listed below)
King County Data Sheet and Application Form, downloaded from http://www.metrokc.gov/ohrm/jobs/JobApplications.htm
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