Students on the Ground | Learning and Engagement Through Opportunity
Taking advantage of seasonal employment opportunities is an important resume-builder that enhances classroom experiences and creates valuable networks. The Rangeland Center offers a handful of summer field technician positions to work on stakeholder-funded projects. Student teams collect monitoring data on a wide variety of projects offering robust field experiences.
Graduate Students Connections
Rangeland research is inherently multidisciplinary and students pursuing professional degrees related to rangelands span many departments across the University. The Rangeland Center fosters collaboration and communication among graduate students by providing opportunities for engagement among Center members and stakeholders.
Rangeland Center Interns
Keeping things going behind the scenes since 2011, a team of student interns works on daily tasks and various projects that serve the mission of the Rangeland Center. Five undergraduate students work up to 10 hours a week throughout the semester under the supervision of the Center director and outreach coordinator. These students are not only help to accomplish the work of the Center, but in the process they learn valuable skills that will launch them further down the road of their professional careers.
Only Rangeland Ecology and Management majors are eligible for these paid positions. Positions announcements are circulated to undergraduate students at the beginning of the fall semester or as openings become available. Email the team at email@example.com.