INROADS has partnered with the U.S. Department of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to offer challenging Internship opportunities for students from historically under-represented and under-served populations. INROADS is the nation’s longest standing leadership, career development and internship provider focused on under-served populations.
BLM programs involve wildlife habitats, mineral deposits, energy, conservation, time, recreation, paleontology, historical land use and more. The BLM employs geoscientists in geology, physical science, civil engineering, mining, petroleum, hydrology and land conservation, as well as accounting, marketing, human resources, web technology, security and general office administration.
REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
Hands-on projects focused on:
– Promoting sustainability
– Encouraging conservation
– Protecting natural resources
– Exploring energy production
– Improving realty and land management
INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT ISSUES
Internships are available in a wide range of exciting professions including:
– Biology & Other Life Sciences
– Geology & Other Physical Sciences
– Environmental Science
– Petroleum, environmental and chemical engineering, among others
Designed to increase diversity, these nationwide internships give students who complete them advanced status for full-time jobs at BLM. The advanced status is good for two years after you complete the internship.
– At least 17 years of age- A U.S. citizen or permanent resident
– A current student or recent graduate (within two years of internship end date)
– A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record for certain positions (documentation to be provided upon request)
– Ability to undergo a federal criminal history check
– Effective oral and written communication skills