Looking for an internship
that combines career and community?
Maine EPSCoR presents opportunities
in the New England Cyberinfrastructure Consortium (NECC)
Watershed Project is a collaborative, regional program
involving students in five states who:
What is the internship:
do research on the relationships among land use patterns,
precipitation, and stream water quality. Research projects
may focus on:
Who can apply:
students at Maine colleges can apply to work with a mentor
to conceive and carry out a related research project. They
receive hands-on field, laboratory, and data analysis
Project facilitates mentorships between undergraduate
participants and a graduate student or faculty researcher
working in watershed research.
A Sense of Community:
participants become part of a community of researchers and
local specialists that engage and challenge youth in New
England and beyond in science and technology fields. Many
Watershed Project students go on to study science, math, or
engineering in their next level of education.
Paid internships available.
Undergraduates may choose a summer internship, academic year
internship, or both.
Click here for an application.
Students are required to attend a
training week in Vermont, May 31-June 3, 2011 and present
their findings at a research symposium in April 2012.
information contact Maine EPSCoR at 207-581-2285 or
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This project was designed to assist in broadening student
participation in hands-on research activities.
This project is supported by NSF award #EPS-0904155 and
EPS-0918018 to Maine EPSCoR at the University of Maine.