Subject: Summer internship (paid) with National Park Service

The U. S. National Park Service (NPS) National Capital Region (NCR), Office
of Natural Resources and Science (NRS) is seeking to fill a paid internship
position to work on a Resources Stewardship and Science (RESS) project.

The intern will catalog and improve access to scientific and scholarly
reports and related products that were produced by and for the National Parks
of the National Capital Region. The intern may also work with photo resources
to appropriately catalog and tag them for improved usability and create
online photo galleries to promote resource understanding in NCR National
Parks. We anticipate that the internship will begin in May of 2019 and
continue through August of 2019. Students must be enrolled in a degree
program for the duration of the internship.
The intern will work closely with the regional RESS Information Sharing
Specialist. The intern will have the opportunity to present accomplishments
to NPS staff in the National Capital Region. This position will begin in May
2019 and end in August 2019; start and end dates are flexible. Hours are
full-time for 10 weeks. Project mentors will include NPS staff in the UERLA
and the Office of Natural Resources and Sciences. The intern’s worksite is
flexible and the intern may work partly from the Natural Resources and
Science Office and by telework. Periodic visits to the NPS Museum Resource
Center in Lanham, MD and the Natural Resources and Science and NCR
Headquarters Offices in Washington, DC will be necessary. The intern should
have access to dependable transportation and be able to navigate to NCR NPS
properties. The interns must be able to pass a security background check for
federal computer use.

The ideal applicant has a background in science communication, library
science, project leadership, or related fields. Students must be enrolled in
a degree program at the University of Maryland. The positions are University
of Maryland paid internships. Students should consult with their academic
advisor to determine if they can also receive academic credit for their

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Contact Person: Megan Nortrup
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