BLM Nevada Conservation and Land Management Internship Program

The Bureau of Land Management has opportunities to place college graduates into conservation and land management internships to work with land managers on a variety of natural resource projects.

This program offers a form of education not found in the classroom where participants learn about

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public land management, conservation and stewardship in a way that will enhance existing skills and develop new skills all within a real world setting.

The program seeks to develop a new generation of professionals skilled in natural resource management.

This opportunity is posted as a Notice of Intent to award to a particular entity for which the Nevada BLM desires to continue work under the present assistance agreement and enable interns to complete their term of service.
Related Programs

Fish, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Resource Management

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Bureau of Land Management

Estimated Funding: $2,000,000

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