January 10, 2022
Mule Deer

National Park Internship

Summer Research Position


The goal of the summer internship is to give an undergraduate student an opportunity to gain experience working in a collaborative effort that directly benefits the National Parks. This position will provide valuable research experience.  

Internship Descriptions:

  • Participate in an ongoing pika ecology study
  • Wildlife inventories
  • Citizen Science Wildlife Study
  • Park-wide natural resource maintenance


  • Approximate Start/End Date: May - August 
  • $12 an hour/40 hours a week/occasional evening hours required
  • Housing: Yes
  • Location: Cedar Breaks National Monumnet
  • Supervisor:
    Nicki Frey


  • Current USU QCNR student
  • Must have a valid US driver's license and transportation

To Apply:  Application deadline is March 15

Send cover letter, resume and copy of unofficial transcripts to Dr. Nicki Frey by email, nicki.frey@usu.edu