BLM Botany and Soils Internship in Colorado

Now accepting applications for 6 Bureau of Land Management Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) Technicians in beautiful Northwest Colorado.

These positions are intended for enthusiastic individuals with a background in botany, biology, conservation, ecology, soil science, natural resource management, or a closely related field, with a deep interest in jointly advancing their career goals and the stewardship of Colorado’s natural resources through purposeful field-based service and research.

Living Stipend of $520/week, $52/week food allowance, and and Americorps Education Award up to $3,047.50 upon completion of the term of service.

Employment Dates are April 27th-October with a mandatory training May 18-22nd.

These positions are placed in partnership with Rocky Mountain Youth Corps.

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