UF IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station Summer Internship Applications Open

The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is pleased to announce the call for Research and Extension Summer Internships with the IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station (NCBS).

These interns are hosted by state, federal and UF partners to work on a wide range of natural resources in the Nature Coast region. Applicants should carefully read through the project descriptions listed on NCBS website, as each project requires slightly different skills and duties. 
These internships offer excellent opportunities for students to gain experience in academic research and extension activities, as well as working directly with state and federal agency partners. 
  • Interns will be paid $9.00 per hour and will work under the supervision of a faculty member, county Extension agent, state or federal employee. 
  • The work schedule will vary depending on the project, and applicants should plan to dedicate six weeks to the internship. 
  • Some projects may require overnight travel, travel to work place up to an hour from Gainesville or non-standard work hours. 
  • These internships are open to current undergraduates and recent graduates (within the past year) from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Florida.

All applications will be required to be completed online with the following information:

  • A cover letter describing the applicant’s interests and motivations for an internship, including selection of the internship opportunities that are most interesting the applicant
  • Resume or CV including:
    • Contact information (email and phone number)
    • Current GPA
    • Details of experience and skills relevant to the position
  • Contact information for three references
  • Copy of UF Transcript (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

Applications are due by Monday, April 3, 2017
For more information on the program, go to https://ncbs.ifas.ufl.edu/job-opportunities/.

For questions, please call (352) 294-0886 or email ncbs@ifas.ufl.edu.


Posted: March 15, 2017


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