Minnesota DNR Needs To Fill 200 Paid Summer Internships

Minnesota DNR Needs To Fill 200 Paid Summer Internships

It may be winter in the Northland, but now is actually the perfect time to make summer plans with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. They have the perfect way to not only get outside this summer but to get paid doing it and the application deadline is fast approaching.

The Minnesota DNR announced this week that they are looking for “passionate and dedicated” students interested in learning more about natural resource careers through paid summer internships.

According to the DNR, their summer interns gain valuable training, build meaningful experience and share their knowledge and perspectives to help create a healthy, sustainable, and inclusive Minnesota.

The DNR has a wide variety of internship opportunities located throughout the state. Interns can get valuable experience in fisheries, forestry, park operations, watercraft inspections, communications and a lot more.

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Minnesota DNR interns can expect to work 20 to 40 hours per week and they are paid $15 per hour. To be considered for an internship, applicants must be enrolled students fulfilling an academic requirement or receiving academic credit.

Here is how to apply for an open internship position:

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To request an accommodation or alternative format of the applications, please contact us at: [email protected]; 651-259-5016; or call using a preferred telecommunications relay provider.

The DNR notes they are an equal opportunity and veteran-friendly employer who celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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