Students planning to major in any field of science are strongly encouraged to obtain hands-on research experience. In addition to fulfilling coursework, many institutions require research experience. Research programs exist in physics, chemistry, biology, material science, non-technology, computer science, energy technologies, engineering, medical science, environmental science and more.
These programs provide excellent research opportunities and occur at world-renowned national laboratories and universities across the country. Students who are accepted into these programs gain valuable experience that helps them in their chosen science career.
The benefit of a summer research internship includes making contacts with professionals in your field, applying what you've learned in the classroom to real life, contributing to the field, learning new methodologies, working with like-minded students from all over the world, enhancing your resume, increasing your marketability to future employers, experiencing personal and professional growth and so much more!
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Internships for Physics Majors
Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships
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Arizona Game and Fish Department
2019 Summer Internship Opportunities
The Arizona Game and Fish Department offers paid summer internship opportunities in cooperation with participating college and universities. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in gaining hands on practical work experience while working with a diverse group of professionals in the fields of wildlife science, biological science, wildlife management, and many other professions within the Department.
Internship guidelines & overview
The Arizona Game and Fish Department offers paid summer internship opportunities to current students, graduate and undergraduate. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in gaining hands on practical work experience while working with a diverse group of professionals in the fields of wildlife science, biological science, wildlife management, and many other professions within the Department.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking students to work during the summer to perform duties in the area of wildlife management. Students will perform duties under close supervision. Duties may include: collecting data, tracking, monitoring and counting animals, computer entry, developing educational materials, conducting creel surveys, fish sampling, habitat measurement, fish stocking, hiking, camping, swimming or working varied hours. Fieldwork may involve long days outdoors in extreme temperatures.
For additional information on the internship program, contact Milani Barron, Staffing Manager at 623 236-7319 firstname.lastname@example.org, or Brisa Daniel, Staffing Analyst at 623 236-7323 email@example.com