Internships and Practicums
Braden Herman '18, now a graduate student of natural resources and fisheries biology at Humboldt State University, came to the field through a love of fly fishing and an internship with the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, where part of his job was conducting controlled burns for woodland health.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will fund student research in Australia with professor Matthew Siderhurst. Students and Siderhurst will study horticultural pests.
To learn more about your STEM-related career and gain valuable experience while pursuing your undergraduate degree, explore doing an internship.
Internships challenge you to:
- develop new skills
- gain experience working in STEM-related fields
- collaborate in a team
- build relationships with potential employers
- learn more about what you want to do with your STEM career
Environmental Science Internship Options
There are a variety of internship options available on or near campus. Talk to your professor to learn more.
Other environmental opportunities are located at the following sites: