A Scholarship and an Internship Announcement for Autumn 2019

Seattle Audubon scholarship for an expense paid birding trip to Costa Rica!
Each year Seattle Audubon organizes an international birding trip to find these and other birds at destinations along our ‘Pacific Flyway.’ These trips combine the spirit of conservation with tropical birding, through visiting protected areas, engaging local guides, and observing on-the-ground conservation efforts. College/university student or early-career professionals between the ages of 18 and 35 at the time of travel with a demonstrated commitment to the environmental field are eligible.
The scholarship includes the following:

  • Round-trip airfare from Seattle to the destination country
  • Ground costs associated with the trip, including transport, accommodation, and meals
  • Stipend for associated travel costs, such as passport fees, travel insurance, vaccinations, and supplementary outdoor clothing or gear
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FBI 2020 Honors Internship Program / Deadline: 9/15/2019
We are encouraging any prospective American Indian and Alaskan Native students to apply for the 2020 Honors Internship Program, which is a paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring the FBI's exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at an FBI Headquarters location or in one of our 56 offices located across the country. 
Here is the direct link to the 2020 Honors Internship Program:

Please review the key requirements that are outlined in the posting description.
If the student would like to include an employee referral, please have them email natives@fbi.gov and we will pair the student with an employee.

Please email natives@fbi.gov if you or any prospective applicants have any questions. There are several committee members, representing various tribes, that are eager to mentor students through the application process.

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