Internship opportunities

Click here for examples of internships completed by past students in the B.S./M.S. program.

Several EEB students have held internships at Audubon Connecticut in recent years. These positions have been based in Southbury, working on Connecticut's Important Bird Area program. For more information contact Audubon's Director of Bird Conservation, Patrick Comins.

El Eden Ecological Reserve in the Yucatan Peninsular, Mexico, provides various possibilities for students to conduct internships and obtain research experience. For more information contact Jamie Rotenberg.

For lots of recently advertised internships, check out the Texas A&M wildlife job board or the Society for Conservation Biology's job site.

Lots more places to check are listed on the EEB employment page.

Potential host organizations include (but are not limited to):

American Museum of Natural History
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Connecticut State Museum of Natural History
Conservation International
Ecological Society of America
Environmental Protection Agency
National Audubon Society (national and state offices)
National Museum of Natural History
National Park Service
Society for Conservation Biology
The Nature Conservancy
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Geological Survey/Biological Resources Division
Wildlife International
World Wildlife Fund

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