Opportunities & Internships

The Student to Professional Internship Network (SPIN) Program: earn academic credit for your student internship

Registration for Spring 2019 Internships is open until Feb. 10, 2019

Apply at: SEBS SPIN

Summer Co-Op Opportunity - Paid

Infineum - specialty chemical company in Linden, NJ (Posted here 2/7/2019)

Infineum is looking for one full-time co-op student mid-May through mid-August. This is a paid opportunity and a fun, exciting company. The co-op would have duties for helping migrate third party chemical inventory into a database. The student should have good data basing skills and a good understanding of chemistry. Familiarity and understanding of SDSs, laboratories, and Excel are also desired.

Send resume to:
Erin Zagorski
HSSE Specialist

Summer Undergraduate Fellowships

New Jersey Space Grant Consortium - Sponsered by NASA
Applications Due: March 1, 2019

The New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NJSGC) is pleased to announce the availability of nine-week long summer fellowships for undergraduate students in four-year New Jersey colleges and universities for science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM).

Download application materials here.

Additional Contact Info:
Director: Haim Baruh, Ph.D. (baruh@soe.rutgers.edu) njsgc.rutgers.edu, 848-445-3680.
Program Coordinator: Joseph S. Miles (jmiles@stevens.edu) 201-216-8964.
Main Office: School of Engineering Room A-242B, Rutgers University, 98 Brett Road, Piscataway, N.J., 08854.
Branch Office: B-107 Burchard Building, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1 Castle Point Terrace, Hoboken, N.J. 07030.

Public Garden Management Internship - Summer Paid

Rutgers Gardens
Applications Due: Feb. 22, 2019

This paid internship provides students with a firm understanding of how a public garden serves a community and operates. Interns experience practical, hands-on training with horticultural techniques and equipment, educational opportunities on one-of-a-kind projects, and interactions with visitors. The internship is reinforced by a required 3-credit course, Public Garden Management, which emphasizes other aspects of public parks and gardens. Public Garden Managment internship positions are available for up to 12 students. Accepted applicants may also apply for additional scholarship funding to defray the cost of the course.

Rutgers Gardens also has internship opportunities in our Youth Program and Student Farm.

For more information visit Rutgers Gardens Website

Additional Contact Info:
Clayton Leadbetter
Plant Breeding Coordinator
Rutgers Gardens

Spring & Summer Internship Opportunities

MIG Consulting LLC, Highland Park (Posted 1/29/2019)

MIG Consulting LLC, a small environmental engineering firm in Highland Park, is looking for spring and summer interns for field work on part time basis.

If interested, contact:
Moumita Chatterjee
Email: chatterjee@migconsulting.net

Ph: 732-543-1149

Summer Internship at TerraCycle

Application Deadline: March 31, 2019

TerraCycle is a globally recognized recycling company that develops recycling solutions for difficult to recycle waste streams. The Zero Waste Team is looking for motivated undergraduate and graduate students that have a passion for sustainability, recycling, and problem solving.

If interested, submit a cover letter and resume at TerraCycle Careers

Download a flyer here.

Graduate Research Assistant -- MS degree in Soil Science

North Carolina State University

For information download the announcement

Qualifications: B.S. Degree in soil science, environmental science and related fields.

Applications for fall graduate degree programs are submitted online through the NC State Graduate School (see the "Apply to Graduate School" option at www.ncsu.edu/grad/

Student Scholarship 2019

Application Deadline: Mar. 15, 2019

Download a flyer here

The New Jersey Post Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Scholarship Fund, Inc. provides one-time scholarship based on merit to a college or university undergraduate student studying Architecture, Engineering or a related science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) subject.

The Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students who will be entering their 2nd through last year of study at a Community College, four year College or University in the 2019-2020 academic year. Priority for Scholarship awards will be citizens of the U.S., residents of NJ and/or matriculated in a university located in the New Jersey. Scholarship applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 out of 4.0 or higher to apply. At least one scholarship will be awarded in 2019; five scholarships werre awarded in 2018.

The general criteria to be considered by the selection Committee will include school and community activities, educational goals, academics, recommendations and employment together with any extenuating circumstances.

SAME Membership is free for students, the website is www.same.org

Additional information can be found on NJ Post SAME

Research Experience for Undergraduates -- Summer 2019

Application Deadline: Feb. 10, 2019

Learn more about the program and apply at ReNUWit Program

The National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Re-inventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt) is now accepting applications for its Summer 2019 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program. Participants will conduct mentored research in ReNUWIt faculty lab groups at Colorado School of Mines, New Mexico State University, Stanford University, and University of California at Berkeley.

Program Contact: Dr. Pam McLeod pamelamc@stanford.edu

Scholarships Available offered by Land Conservancy of NJ

Must be NJ Resident pursuing degree in Environmental Science or related field
Application Deadline April 1, 2019.

Download 2019 Application here or call (973) 541-1010 x14.

The Land Conservancy is committed to providing educational support for outstanding students dedicated to a greener, healthier future for New Jersey. Past recipients have hailed from nearly 40 different New Jersey towns and have used their scholarships to obtain bachelor, masters, and doctorate degrees at an array of institutions. Recent recipients have been majoring in Geoscience, Environmental Science and Biology, Fisheries and Wildlife Science, and Wildlife and Insect Ecology and Conservation.