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TWRA Accepting Applications For 2008-2009 Student Internships

From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

-- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will offer several internships to students enrolled in wildlife or related programs at universities in Tennessee. These internships will be located at various TWRA regional offices, wildlife management areas, and other TWRA workstations.

Students will be selected to work on specific, approved wildlife management or research projects or other wildlife/fisheries/forestry projects. This program is designed to give students still enrolled in school, who plan to pursue a professional career in wildlife, an opportunity to develop professional skills and experience and provide valuable assistance to TWRA in carrying out critical wildlife activities.

The program will also afford TWRA an opportunity to interact with students who might seek full-time professional employment with TWRA in the future. Students must have signed up for college credit for the internship program in order to be eligible for any of the paid intern positions offered by TWRA.

Internships will be available during three separate seasonal terms, which include: Summer (mid-May through mid-Aug.), Fall (Sept - Dec), and Spring (Jan - April). Internships must last a minimum of 10 weeks and interns will usually work approximately 37.5 hours per week (unless part-time is approved). (more information)

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