The NPS PWR I&M networks are advertising a science communication internship through the Scientists-in-Parks program. This is a one-year internship, starting January 30, 2023, that would provide support for technical report editing, summary research briefs, web articles, and graphics development. The position will be hosted by the Klamath Network but would support some of the communication needs across multiple networks. It has the option of working remotely, at least part of the time.
The position announcement is at this link –
GSA Application for Student Opportunities (geosociety.org), and the application deadline is June 12. We are looking for help advertising this opportunity to students or recent graduates who have a science background and also strong interest and skills in written communication about science.
This link provides more information about the NPS Inventory & Monitoring Program – Inventory and Monitoring Division (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov). And this web page provides information about the Klamath Network, the main host for this internship, which is focused on monitoring networks in the Pacific West Region.