Quinney College of Natural Resources
Summer Employment Program
The Quinney College of Natural Resources partners with the United States Forest Service, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Utah Forestry, Fire and State Lands, National Parks and Non-Profit agencies to provide valuable professional experience to students during the summer. This program is an integral part of our college and helps students begin building their professional experience as soon as their freshman year.
What the students are saying....The USGS/TNC Moab internship was definitely the best field work experience I’ve ever had. Not only were all the people incredibly motivated and fun to work with, but made sure that I got what I wanted out of the internship and that I knew what the data was being used for. I was able to work on so many different projects and see what large scale research looks like at each step of the research process. I learned so many valuable skills both in the field and in the office. I also got to live in one of the most incredible and beautiful places in the world. ~Hannah Johnson
2020 positions are open and more are coming!
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Land Records/GIS Intern
We are seeking applicants to assist our Lands Team in reviewing land records and recording them into our GIS database.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Waterfowl Management (2 Positions)
We are seeking applicants to assist with the management of our Waterfowl Management Areas (WMA) around the Great Salt Lake. Successful applicants will work on several WMAs in northern Utah.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Northeastern Regional Sport Fish technician
We are seeking assistance in our Northeastern Regional Office’s Sport Fish Program. The intern will help collect and enter field data on fish in northeastern Utah lakes, reservoirs and streams.
Logan City Environmental Division
Logan City Environmental Department seeks one to two students for a summer internship program. The students will work with Logan City Environmental Department on projects regarding Logan City's recycling and energy programs.
Utah Department of Natural Resources - Rare Plant Program (1 Position)
The goal of the summer position is to give undergraduate students a broad exposure to the Utah Department of Natural Resources, the Utah Rare Plant Program and the Species Recovery Office. The goal is to gain understanding of rare plant conservation, plan...
Pacfish Infish Biological Opinion Seasonal Biological Science Tech- 2 Positions
The incumbent will serve as member of the PIBO Monitoring Program team. The project’s goal is to evaluate the status and trend of aquatic and riparian habitat on lands managed by the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and other federal agencies wi...
United States Geological Survey (USGS) and The Nature Conservancy Moab
The United States Geological Survey and The Nature Conservancy in Moab are partnering to provide a summer position in conservation in the Southern Utah area.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
The goal of the internship program is to give undergraduate students a broad exposure to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (Division) and illustrate the many career possibilities available through the agency.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument
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.
USU Water Quality Extension
This internship will provide experience in developing and delivering experiential outreach activities focused on water quality and aquatic ecology. The position will be located at the USU Water Quality Extension Office on USU’s campus in Logan.
Wild Utah Project
Wild Utah Project is a non-profit conservation organization that provides science-based strategies for wildlife and land conservation.