Friday, February 22, 2013
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is again offering college students an opportunity to gain practical experience working as interns in a variety of capacities. Students typically receive academic credit while completing practicum requirements and gaining valuable work experience.
FWP will fill positions around the state that involve work in the areas of fish and wildlife biology, environmental studies, education, interpretation, outdoor recreation, range management, natural resources, statistics and more. The majority of the internships run from April to September.
College students are urged to contact their career placement office immediately for current postings of all internship announcements, or visit the FWP website at fwp.mt.gov. Go to the Doing Business tab and click employment to learn more about available Internships, application deadlines and other details.
Students are urged to read the announcements carefully for deadline information before selecting and applying for an internship as the details and requirements vary with each position.
For more information or questions about the intern program, contact Debbie Cheek, statewide intern coordinator, at 406-439-8299.