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Glacier Creek Prserve Internships and Work-Study.

The Glacier Creek Preserve Intern Program: The Glacier Creek Preserve Intern Program is a 125-hour program supervised by the Preserves Director that is designed to provide individuals with hands-on experience relevant to managing nature preserves.  This is an opportunity to supplement formal education obtained during classes with hands-on field experience.  The Internship consists of two parts, 125 hours of hands-on work coordinated by the Preserve Manager and a written report e-mailed to the Preserves Director at the conclusion of the 125 hours of field work.  The number of interns is limited by staff availability so selection involves an interview process coordinated by the Preserves Director.  If you are interested in applying for or learning more about a Glacier Creek Preserve Internship, please contact the Preserves Director

Note:    An internship may meet all or some of the requirements of UNO's Environmental Studies Program.  For more information, contact Dr. John McCarty, who coordinates that program.

Work-Study Opportunities:  Students may be eligible for work-study through Glacier Creek Preserve.  Contact the Preserves Director for more details.  Work-study opportunities may involve an interview process.



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