Looking for ways to get involved and boost your resume? Think about summer programs!
University of Idaho offers a JEMS
(Junior Engineering, Math, and Science) Summer Workshop. Applications due May 22nd!
Missoula County Youth in Restoration Project:
This summer project provides youth (ages 15-19) with hands on learning in natural resource management. Through this program four high school students will work 30 hours per week for 8-9 weeks (from June 17th to August 16th) contributing to vegetation management for the BLM Missoula Field Office. and other supporting land managing agencies. Hourly wage will range from $9-$10/hour based on experience. Deadline to apply is May 24, 2013.
The Ecology Project offers opportunities
for students to learn about wildlife biology, preserving habitats, track wildlife and more!