|Indiana Sustainability Development Program|
|The Indiana Sustainable Development Program is hiring for a wide range of summer 2018 sustainability externships in a number of sectors and locations. These new opportunities come as the ISDP is expanding its scope to the IUPUI campus, following a $213,500 gift from the McKinney Family Foundation. The ISDP aims to develop a statewide network of sustainability professionals, beginning with the training of early-career students.|
|Summer 2018 Internships Information Session|
|The Office of Sustainability is filling 11 paid positions for summer of 2018. Come to our information session to learn about these opportunities and ask questions! Food will be provided. The session is Tuesday, January 30 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the E-House, 704 E 10th St, Bloomington, IN 47408.
Students from all majors are welcome to apply. Internships pay $12/hr for undergrads and $15/hr for grad students. Applications and a letter of recommendation are due February 18 by midnight.
Cattle Health Summer Internship for 2018
Objective: Millenkamp Cattle is looking for an energetic, team-oriented intern that is passionate about animal health and dairy production to work on our calf raising facility and dairies to learn about large herd management. We are looking for a self-motivated individual that enjoys working in a primarily outdoor environment and is passionate about cows.
Education Required: Current college enrollment (junior or senior status), or recent graduation. No freshman/sophomores, sorry, but please feel free to apply as upperclassmen! We use the internship as a way to evaluate potential employees for 2018/2019, meaning we prefer people who are not veterinary school-bound.
The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation is establishing a new paid internship program starting Summer 2017 at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures at IUB (or at another Indiana museum by arrangement).
For more information and application instructions, click here.
Application deadline: April 3, 2017.
Eurofins Agroscience is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students for our annual company internship program. This year we have expanded our search into Indiana, because we will have some field sites near Indianapolis where we will be conducting field trials assessing the impact of pesticides on non-target beneficial pollinators such as honey bees. This internship is a great opportunity for students who are curious about a research career in industry. There have also been instances where previous interns have been hired on as permanent employees of Eurofins depending on their internship performance and our current budget. Selected candidates will work primarily in the Indianapolis area but may be required to travel to other sites within IN or to our field sites in other regions of the US.
Themester, an initiative of the College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to announce several paid undergraduate internships available for Fall 2017’s Themester “Diversity • Difference • Otherness.” Hours are flexible and average about five hours a week.
All interns will actively engage the theme by attending and reporting on Themester events. Other duties include promoting Themester and working with other interns on Themester events or projects. Previous interns report that the internship helped them engage campus on a deeper level. Internships are open to undergraduate students with majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences. The College encourages applications from students with an academic interest in the 2017 theme. Deadline: February 15. More information at themester.indiana.edu/internship.
American Councils is pleased to announce a new scholarship to support U.S. undergraduate and graduate students participating in business, innovation, and STEM internships in Russia.
The Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarship supports U.S. undergraduate and graduate students who seek to participate in one of two American Councils internship programs in Russia:
- The Overseas Professional and Intercultural Training (OPIT) Program, which provides a six-week summer internship and coursework in intercultural communication; and
- The Business Russian Language and Internship (BRLI) Program, which combines intensive language study with summer or semester-long internships at businesses, technology start-ups, and STEM centers.
Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need, academic merit, and program compatibility; awards range from $3,000 to $5,000.
U.S. undergraduate and graduate students in business or STEM fields are eligible to apply for American Councils Business, Technology, and Innovation Scholarships. Applicants must be admitted to either OPIT or BRLI to receive funding. No prior study of Russian is required to participate in OPIT.
Application & Questions
Interested students should submit an online application to either program by February 15th for summer OPIT or BRLI, or by March 15th for fall BRLI. Please direct any questions regarding the application process to the AC Study Abroad Team (phone: 202-833-7522; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).