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Conservation Internship

The Conservation Internship is a Internship sponsored by Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA).

Award Information:

Amount of Internship: Minimum: $1180, Maximum: $4725, plus living allowance, travel grant, housing grant, and medical insurance
Application Deadline: None
Requirements: Applicant must be over 18 years of age with high school diploma or equivalent with an interest in conservation and the environment. Application, official transcript, and letters of recommendation required.12- and 16-week programs are open to international applicants. Requirements vary by position.
Eligibility: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study, Other postgraduate-level study

Sponsorship provided by:

Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA)
P.O. Box 550
Charlestown, NH 03603
USA
Email Address: internships@sca-inc.org
Phone Number: 603 543 1700
Fax Number: 603 543 1828
http://www.sca-inc.org

You can find out more by contacting:


Recruitment Office

You should always carefully examine the background of the internship. Your best chance of success is a result of initially researching the prerequisites and making sure you meet them. At the outset try to recognize the driving force for the Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA) and their reason for offering the Conservation Internship. Once that is done, figure out if there is a decent shot to receive the internship. If you think that there is a good chance of actually being awarded the Conservation Internship, then you should fill out an application.

One critical aspect of working toward obtaining the internship is filling out the application correctly. Some forms are drawn-out and tedious, but it is absolutely critical that the forms are filled out properly and without omission. It would be awful to lose out on a technicality.

After the required forms have been mailed, it's important to know when the Conservation Internship chooses a winner and distributes the money in order to know whether or not it is possible to count on the internship to provide additional support for your financial needs and how it will assist with your future, since there might be constraints in what can be paid with the Conservation Internship. Recently it has become more burdensome to cover all of your financial needs, and having the additional resources of the Conservation Internship to help with your financial aid is often invaluable. If you don't end up getting the Conservation Internship, keep at it, you might find new internships that you can hopefully get.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015

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