Laramie, WY & Grand Teton National Park, WY
Position: Environmental Solutions in Jackson Hole Student Internship
The Haub School seeks a student intern to support Environmental Solutions in Jackson Hole course logistics on campus and in residence at the Murie Ranch in Grand Teton National Park.
- Preliminary activities on campus for the spring course, February 18 – May 10.
- In residence at the Murie Ranch, May 20 – June 16
- Assist with logistics and support for the spring course, including travel, meetings, forms, etc.
- Manage logistics for and attend trip to Jackson Hole April 12-13 with class
- Organize daily logistics at the Murie Ranch: “hands to work” meals and facility care, liaise with Murie Ranch staff, etc.
- Manage digital communications and computers at the Murie Ranch
- Oversee vehicles and transportation schedules at the Murie Ranch
- Assist with travel logistics to and from Murie Ranch
- Manage sign outs and weekend activities
- Assist with student team logistics including reserving facilities for presentations and student workspaces
- Additional organizational and administrative duties, as needed
Hours and Compensation
- Spring semester: flexible hours but required class attendance Mondays 6:00 – 7:30 PM February 18 – May 6 – hourly compensation, $12/hour
- Summer course: May 20 – June 16 in residence at the Murie Ranch, approximately 40/hours per week – $2000 stipend; lodging and meals at the Murie Ranch are provided
The successful applicant will have:
- Outstanding organizational and time management skills
- Strong interpersonal communication skills
- Preferred completion of Environmental Solutions in Jackson Hole course
To apply, please submit:
- A cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position including any relevant work/volunteer/class experiences and why you are interested in the position
- Current resume or CV
- Contact information for 2 references who can speak to your work ethic and communication skills
Submit materials electronically to Doug Wachob (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rachael Budowle (email@example.com). APPLICATIONS ARE DUE by February 11 at 5:00 PM.
The ESJH program aims to motivate, inspire, and train undergraduate and graduate students by engaging them in team based, real-world problem solving using the human and natural resources of Greater Yellowstone area. The program puts emphases on student teamwork and project-based problem solving in an interdisciplinary environment. Learn more about the program at https://www.uwyo.edu/haub/academics/field-courses/wyoming/env-solutions/.