Scientists in Parks Fellowship – National Park Service
The Scientists in Parks (SIP) Fellows program is now accepting applications from current upper-level undergraduate and graduate students for summer 2022 opportunities with the National Park Service. Each opportunity with the SIP Program affords a distinct and memorable experience with projects that vary based on location, focus, and complexity. This year’s projects include tracking coral reefs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park, community-based education and outreach at Everglades National Park, and surveying pollinator abundance at Yosemite National Park. Visit the website to get the full list of 2022 opportunities!
Informational Webinar: Friday, December 10th at 4:00 PM Eastern
Are you interested in becoming a SIP Fellow? Do you want to know more about what it is like to work in a National Park? Join us for a webinar featuring two 2021 SIP Fellows, as they discuss their projects and what it was like to work in a National Park. Highlights will include the program details, number of available positions, and more! Register here.
Scientist in Parks Fellows offer:
- Full-time work at $640/wk for 12 weeks
- Free or subsidized housing (in most cases, but not all)
- Gain project experience during your summer break
- Mentoring by an NPS supervisor
- Ability to earn a Direct Hire Authority upon successful completion