US Environmental Protection Agency Student Diversity Internship Program
Author: Office of Graduate Studies
Posted: July 26, 2011

US EPA is seeking 75 undergrad and graduate students of color for 10

week internship opportunities at all Regional offices nationwide as well

as Headquarters in DC. Hard copy application with transcripts and

recommendations required. Deadline is August 15.


To apply:


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is looking for energetic and

highly motivated students for internships.  Numerous opportunities are

available within EPA for students to gain valuable work experience while

contributing to the mission of protecting human health and safeguarding

the environment.  Student internship opportunities are available at

EPA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., and at regional office and

laboratory locations nationwide.



     All U.S. citizens, including residents of Puerto Rico, the Virgin

     Islands, and other U.S. territories may apply;

     Applicants must be rising sophomores, juniors, seniors and

     full-time graduate students attending an U.S. accredited

     institution as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education;

     Applicants must have a minimum 2.8 on a 4.0 grading scale (B

     average and above); and

     Applicants may be pursuing a degree in:  Economics, Math, Science,

     Engineering, Business, Communications, Marketing, Information

     Technology, Environmental Science, Environmental Management,

     Finance, Law, other areas relating to public service and

     environmental concerns.



Stipend and Support: Undergraduate stipend ($5,000), Graduate Stipend

($6,000), Travel to/ from internship location provided, and Paid Housing

Internship Experience: 10-week experience at EPA Headquarters, Regions

and Labs

Professional Development: On-site student orientation, web-based

professional development training, networking through UNCFSP Virtual

Network and portal opportunity (internships, scholarships, etc.)


Alan Lee, MSSW

US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10

Program Analyst

Office of Air, Waste and Toxics

P:  (206) 553 1999

F:  (206) 553 8509