Environmental Research-Based Internships in Hawaii

How does this sound – summer internship in Hawaii?! If I were an undergraduate with an interest in environmental science, I would be all over this!

The Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science (PIPES) is a grouping of three internship programs for undergraduates interested in environmental careers and study. Interns participate in an 11-week paid internship on environmental research, resource management, and/or environmental education. Of particular interest to UW-Whitewater students would be the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) component of the program. This REU program is on Tropical Conservation Biology. It is aimed at students with limited or no research background. This is a stipend-based, credited internship; housing and some travel are provided.

The application deadline has been extended until Friday, February 27. If you are interested in learning more about or applying for this opportunity, go to the PIPES website.


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