Geomorphology Assistant - Coronado National Memorial

Environment for the Americas Willcox, Arizona
Deadline Mar 01, 2119
Job Type Internship

Environment for the Americas coordinates diversity internship programs for many organizations. Our goals are to provide science-based internships and other career-building experiences for racially and ethnically diverse undergraduate, graduate, and recently graduated students to increase relevance, diversity and inclusion in national parks, national forests, and other public lands and natural areas.

Chiricahua National Monument, located in Southeastern Arizona, has a documented history of slope instability and erosion. The main goal of this internship is to establish the Unstable Slope Management Program for Federal Land Management Agencies (USMP for FLMAs) at Chiricahua National Monument and continue our current erosion control projects at Coronado National Memorial. USMP will be adopted to identify, categorize, and rate slopes along trails and roads using the USMP rating criteria. Field data collection and observations will be recorded using USMP data applications and data sheets. The USMP was implemented and completed at Coronado National Memorial with the help of a MIS intern in the summer 2018. 

This internship is 12 weeks starting in mid May and going until August. This internship is stipend and travel and housing costs are included.

U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident,
Have relevant experience or interest in natural resources, science, technology, engineering, or related field.
Selected applicant must be at least 18 years of age, meet the qualifications for the position, and be able to pass a federal background check.


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