Internships are expected to last a minimum of 8 weeks advancing the student’s understanding of their field of study through experiential learning.
Interns will be mentored by either the employer, supervisor, a faculty member, or other expert. Mentors will be expected to attend a culturally-informed mentor training provided by OSU for free. All NBTS interns and participating mentors will meet as a cohort periodically during the summer.
Application deadline is April 12, 2024. APPLY HERE
Participating students may also apply for an additional $1000 scholarship through this program once internships are completed.
This is an annual opportunity 2021-2024. Students will be encouraged to stay engaged with the program and may serve as program ambassadors and or peer mentors.
Internships may be served with off-campus organizations, non-profits, industries as well as campus-based programs and research labs.
OSU students: This funding does not require that interns earn academic credit for the internship.
SWOCC students: This funding does require that interns earn academic credit for the internship and serve at least 90 hours.
USAJOBS (and internships)
Corvallis Environmental Center Internships
Elderberry Wisdom Farm Internships
Internship and Research Program Database (created by Sea Grant)
Native American Fish and Wildlife Society Summer Internships
Northwest Youth Corps Conservation Internship Program
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