Scientists in Parks Fellows Program Now Accepting Applications

The Scientists in Parks (SIP) Fellows program<https://www.esa.org/scientists-in-parks> is now accepting applications from current upper-level undergraduate and graduate students for 15 PAID 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, but are not limited to, 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.

Interested in learning more? Come to our next informational webinar!
Inside the head of a SIP Fellows Mentor
January 10 at 2:00 PM Eastern

Register Here!<https://esa.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIqc-6urTooHNOm6d3MvSv9h9tLTSfzZko4>

Internship Career & Leadership Virtual Workshop 

Applications are due 1/23 at 11:59PM Eastern

Check out the full list of Available Opportunities<https://www.esa.org/scientists-in-parks/2022-available-positions/> to read the full details of each project and find the position that is right for you!

Scientist in Parks Fellows offer:

*   Full-time work at $640/wk for 12 weeks
*   Housing AND travel stipends available
*   Gain project experience during your summer break
*   Mentoring by an NPS supervisor
*   Ability to earn a Direct Hire Authority upon successful completion
*   Click here to see if you’re eligible!<https://www.esa.org/scientists-in-parks/sip-fellow-eligibility/>