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Wilderness Fellow Position Overview
The Wilderness Program of the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service (NPS) is seeking qualified candidates to fill 2 - 3 ‘Wilderness Fellow’ position in National Park units. The Wilderness Fellow will work at National Park Units (to be determined) to directly support the goals of wilderness stewardship planning and wilderness character monitoring currently underway in the park.
Primary Wilderness Fellow Responsibilities
- Participate in initial
The Sierra National Forest is seeking wilderness ranger interns to carry on the passion and enthusiasm of people like: John Muir...Bob Marshall...Aldo Leopold...Arthur Carhart...Howard Zahniser... for protecting and preserving our Wilderness areas. Come spend the summer working and learning in the spectacular, awe-inspiring High Sierras. Rangers will experience the John Muir and Ansel Adams Wilderness Areas, as well as the lesser-known Dinkey Lakes, Kaiser and Monarch Wilderness Areas.
Are you interested in a career in natural resource management? Do you love to hike, work hard outside, and enjoy the beauty and challenge of the mountains? The Stanislaus National Forest is seeking wilderness ranger interns to protect and preserve three spectacular Wilderness areas in the Sierra Nevada range of California. Come spend the summer working in the Emigrant, Carson-Iceberg, and Mokelumne wildernesses with the Stanislaus Wilderness Crew and experience the most awesome job in the country!
New York Sea Grant is recruiting applicants for the 2013 Knauss Fellowship Program. This one-year Fellowship, which begins February 2013 in Washington, D.C., is for eligible students who have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy decisions affecting those resources.