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The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
Offering internships is a top priority for the department of geography and anthropology. Faculty and staff push their students to gain valuable career experience. They also build strong relationships with businesses to give you consistently excellent internship openings. The result is highly educational positions for students who make a significant positive impact on the business they intern with. You could work for an organization like the Environmental Protection Agency or earn an internship in rapidly growing fields such as geographic information systems (GIS) or remote sensing. Come earn a geography degree and get a head start on your career with one-of-a-kind internships.
Good question! We have some simple steps for you to follow. Who knows? With help from faculty and advisors, some hard work and bravery you could land the perfect internship in the field of geography or anthropology. Below are some general steps for finding and applying for an internship.
Description: overall description of the goal of the opportunity. Duties and Expectations: specific tasks, skills, and outcomes the student will be engaged in. Linking these activities to learning outcomes such as conducting research, GIS analysis, data interpretation, and critical thinking will help attract students. Requirements: Are there certain skills the intern must possess in order to complete the internship. Knowledge of specific software is a good example here. Logistics: details on when the opportunity is available and how long it will be for and what the hours are. If you expect weekly meetings for example, this is a good place to specify that weekly meetings are required. Application: How to apply with contact information and what specific application materials are required.
When Mattheus de Waard begins his internship with a Wisconsin business this summer it will be the second time the Blugold environmental geography major will put his skills to use in a real-world setting.See More
A $418,869 grant to support geospatial education at UW-Eau Claire already is making a difference in the lives of Blugolds with an interest in geospatial fields, including new internship opportunities for students.See this
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