Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant has announced student internship opportunities this summer in several program areas. Working directly with IISG specialist, interns will have the chance to be directly involved in work that benefits, protects, and preserves Lake Michigan and other waterways in both states.

For 2014, internships are available in the following areas:

 – Economic Analysis
 – Fisheries
 – Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
 – Sustainable Communities Extension Program
 – Water Supply Planning

The positions are open to undergraduate students either currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a U.S. institution of higher learning. Additional details, including full position descriptions, can be found in the full announcement. Applications are due March 10, and you can contact Angie Archer with questions or for additional information.

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