The Center of the American West offers internship opportunities for CU-Boulder undergraduates (juniors and seniors) to work for public and private organizations on projects that deal with Western topics and issues and offer professional training for the student.
These 1-3 credit hour internships foster students’ development as community leaders working for a sustainable West. Past projects include management of natural resources, the search for resolution of cultural conflicts, and the design and implementation of public environmental policy. Interns work 40 on-the-job hours per academic credit hour and meet with faculty sponsors for advising on the academic components of the internship: weekly journal entries, papers, and oral presentations. Interviews are held at the end of each semester and begin with the start of the following semester.
To qualify, applicants must be current degree program students at CU-Boulder with a minimum of 60 credit hours in progress at time of application, and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
All positions are now closed for the Spring 2014 term, but please check back after spring break for positions available in the Fall 2014 term.
For more information, email Jason.Hanson@centerwest.org or call 303-492-4879.