Tuesday, November 30, 2010

As I was saying

The Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
Five paid restoration internship positions available for Winter and Spring 2011 quarters. Interns gain experience in ecological restoration techniques including seed collection, plant propagation, restoration implementation and monitoring, and wildlife observation. Students will generally work with a project manager on a specific restoration project in the field. Students with a special interest in data analysis and synthesis may propose to include that in their experience. The internship requires a 6 hour commitment each week and will pay $300 for the quarter. To apply, send your resume, schedule and a letter of interest to jmyers@lifesci.ucsb.edu. Interviews will be scheduled at the end of the quarter before the internship or during the first week of the quarter.  Students who have already completed CCBER's 10 week intern training program will be given priority.

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