Hispanic Access Foundation, a national nonprofit that works to connect Latino communities with resources and opportunities is announcing a new internship program this summer with the US Bureau of Reclamation for engineering students.
They are searching for talented Latino/a engineering students interested in paid summer internships that cultivate a strong understanding and appreciation of natural and cultural resources. Interns will work with senior engineers and scientists on ongoing design, research and or testing and gain valuable knowledge and professional skills to develop and maintain Reclamation resources. This program aims to prepare the next generation of enthusiastic and diverse stewards of American resources.
For more information regarding their internship program, benefits and time-frame, please review the promotional flyer attached or visit their website.
Bureau of Reclamation Internship Program: Next Generation Latino Stewards
Application Deadline: April 27, 2017
Program Manager: Michelle Neuenschwander - Michelle@hispanicaccess.org