- Clinical Documentation Certification
- Driver's License
The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has partnered with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to provide summer internships for first & second year college students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds.
US Citizens or Permanent Residents
First and Second Year college students academic year 2018-19
Some positions in this program will require you to have access to a personal vehicle during your internship.
Available to serve in the Southeast, Midwest, Northeast, or Alaska: May or early June to August 2019
Internships take place at U.S. Fish and Wildlife field stations throughout the country
Internships are 12 weeks long during the summer
Internship Areas of focus include: visitor services, natural resources management, and refuge management
Participate in a week-long orientation session to kick off your internship
Benefits:Total package of up to $5800.00 that includes:
Weekly Living Allowance
Week-long expense-paid orientation
Assigned U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Mentor
Travel Expenses to and from orientation and internship sites
Application fee waived upon request
Apply to this position to express interest in the general CDIP program.
Recommended candidates will be sent a list of 2019 CDIP positions to review.
Recommended candidates express interest in specific CDIP internships/locations and may be contacted by USFWS for an interview.
Internships will be located throughout the US.
CDIP Members will participate in a week long, expense-paid orientation at the beginning of their internship. Members also receive hands on training specific to their internship tasks at their service location.
All CDIP interns will be assigned a mentor within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for professional development and support during their service.
Main Area of Focus
Visitor Services and Site Operations
Education, Training & Skills Expected
Valid Drivers License Needed