The AGcelerate Enrichment Program offers academic tutoring, peer and faculty mentoring, career and internship exploration, activities, and other tailored support to freshman and sophomore participants.
Junior and senior students in the CANR are invited to apply for the AGcelerate Communication Intern position. Students must have a 3.0, and strong oral and written communication skills.
For more information see the complete job description and application information here. Application deadline is August 18, 2014.
The Brandywine Zoo has internships in the Education Department available to students or recent graduates. Students enrolled in degrees in biology, wildlife conservation, education or related fields make ideal candidates for interns with the zoo. Education interns work with preK-grade 12 students and would be involved in teaching zoo classes, working with a teaching collection of animals, and curriculum development.
See https://www.aza.org/Jobs/detail.aspx?id=34450 for more detailed information on this position. Start and end dates are flexible.
PHYSICS 469 and PHYSICS 669 have a few open seats for summer session.
Introduction to observational astronomy meets at Mount Cuba Observatory from 8 to 11 p.m. The class offers a unique opportunity to use the largest telescope in Delaware. This is usually a very hard class to get into so if you are interested, please register before Tuesday June 24th. The course also satisfies a breadth requirement.
The National Turkey Federation is extending their internship program to a yearly schedule. They are starting to provide one internship position in the spring, two positions in the summer and one position in the fall. Throughout the internship experience, interns have the ability to attend meetings with other trade organizations, visit a turkey production facility, attend Congressional hearings and briefings and meet and network with various NTF members.
Below are the following internship deadlines:
Fall: July 7th deadline
Spring: November 1th deadline
This internship is paid and will assist candidates for finding housing, if needed. To read the internship description click here. Interested applicants should email their CVs and resumes to Courtney Mallory, at email@example.com.
Dog Fence DIY is please to announce the 2nd Annual Electric Dog Fence DIY Scholarship for Veterinary & Animal Science Students. Their goal is to provide a deserving student the opportunity to have some financial relief that will allow him or her to better focus in their studies and be able to better serve humanity, in particular our best friends.
▪ Two $1000 scholarships are available. Each scholarship will be distributed in two installments of $500 each
▪ To be used at the student’s discretion for living expenses, educational expenses or quality of life expenses
For a complete list of criteria and application information visit: Dog Fence DIY
Interested in the environment and working with youth? Camden County Municipal Authority is hiring a Green Jobs counselor to serve as the day to day supervisor for approximately 10 youth ambassadors. For more information visit: Green Jobs Counselor Description
Nichino America looking for a second or third year college student who wants to work full-time this summer with the option of part time work during the regular school year. This is a great experience for someone who wants to learn more about the Ag chemical industry, especially FIFRA and state regulations.
For more information visit: Nichino America
Do you have some important wisdom, perspective, and ideas to sharing with the incoming Class of 2018? UD is looking for student leaders to speak at the Twilight Induction Ceremony for new students during 1743 Welcome Days. Students will need to write an essay of no more than 300 words addressing the question of “What does it mean to you to be a Blue Hen?”
The application will be available soon at www.udel.edu/fye/1743 or reached directly at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/103JcN4-sVDXmSFXrTuaK0SlbsxVRPBttQNxNoTry_qU/viewform?usp=send_form