EPA Internships offer college students summer positions that range from administrative and clerical to technical positions in the areas of life sciences and engineering. The program runs from June to August in the summer.
The 10-week assignments are paid positions that are located in Washington, D.C. Students work 40 hours per week and increase their skills by learning from experienced, leading scientists, engineers, and other professionals.
There are also internships for minorities, such as the Student Diversity Internship Program (SDIP), and EPA internships that are paid by other organizations such as the American Indian Science and Engineering Society and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Students may apply for positions online.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is charged with responsibility for protecting the health and environment of citizens in the U.S. Their programs reduce risk to the environment, energy and other natural resources to ensure that communities remain productive and sustainable.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON, D.C.
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