Nine Mile Run Watershed Association is now offering an exciting opportunity for high school students to learn about stream water quality monitoring! Our summer 2017 Monitoring Internship will provide students with hands on training and skill development with freshwater stream monitoring methods, equipment, and data management. They will also be trained to identify local flora and fauna while learning about restoration area stewardship. Interns will work primarily outdoors with environmental professionals in the fields of biology, ecology, and environmental science. This is an excellent chance to learn about science outside of the classroom and build resume-relevant skills for college and job applications.
How can I learn more about this internship?
For more information about this program, please read the detailed documentation (PDF).
How can I apply?
To apply for this program, fill out our application form. We encourage all applicants to review the application, prepare their answers and materials, and then fill out the form for submission. Partially completed applications cannot be saved.
All applications must be submitted by April 1st, 2017.
What if I have questions?
Contact Maranda Nemeth, our Restoration Stewardship Coordinator, at (412) 371-8779 ext. 123 or .