Basic Student Information

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This  program gives undergraduate students a chance to gain real experience in variety of environmentally focused careers with projects spanning from ecological research, education, policy, and social science fields. The program runs May 20 - July 30, 2019 and includes a week-long  Short Course at NGRREC in East Alton, IL and a professional Intern Symposium at Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, IL. Attendance at the Intern Program Short Course (May 20-24, 2019) and Intern Symposium (July 29-30, 2019) are required if accepted as an intern.

Application deadline is midnight January 23, 2019. All materials must be submitted through this online form. Email submissions will not be accepted.

You will NOT be able to save your application form and return to it later. Please make sure you have all your application materials before starting this application form.  To help you prepare your materials ahead of time, download the application questions. To view project descriptions and duties, download the project summaries.

Required Application Documents
In addition to the form questions, you will be required to upload the following materials - email submissions will not be accepted. 
1.  Biographical sketch - Submit a brief statement (100 words or less) about yourself, your interests, and where you see yourself career-wise in 5 years. This information will be included in the printed symposium proceedings handed out to all attendees at the Intern Symposium. Save your file using the following naming scheme: LastName_FirstName_biosketch (example: Williams_Sam_biosketch). PDF files accepted.

2. Resume - Include all relevant coursework, previous employment, internships, and volunteer positions. Organization name, location, and dates should be included. Save your file using the following naming scheme: LastName_FirstName_resume (example: Williams_Sam_resume). PDF files accepted.

3. College transcript - Unofficial copy will suffice as long as your name is clearly visible on the transcript. A screenshot or a typed Word version of your transcript will not be accepted. Save your file using the following naming scheme: LastName_FirstName_transcript (example: Williams_Sam_transcript). PDF files accepted.

4.  Cover letter (optional, but encouraged) - Feel free to include a cover letter outlining what makes you a good candidate for this internship. Save your file using the following naming scheme: LastName_FirstName_cover (example: Williams_Sam_cover). PDF files accepted.

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Copy of International Visa (international students only) - Save your file using the following naming scheme: LastName_FirstName_visa (example: Williams_Sam_visa). PDF and JPEG files accepted.
Contact Intern Program Coordinator, Natalie Marioni (ngrrecintern@lc.edu) for questions about the application materials or online form.

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. How did you hear about this internship opportunity? (Choose one)

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* 4. Please provide your current (academic year) contact information.

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* 5. Please provide a phone number.

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* 6. Please provide an alternate phone number.

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* 7. Please provide your permanent address if different than your current/ academic year information.

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* 8. Gender:

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* 9. Preferred Pronouns: (e.g. she and her)

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* 10. Ethnicity (optional)

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* 11. Are you an international student?

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