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ANOTHER MEL FELLOWSHIP POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

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MEL FELLOWSHIP POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

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Conway Science Fellowship - National Park Service

Calling all Postdocs: The National Park Service needs YOU!

The National Park Foundation is excited to announce the Conway Science Fellowship, which will benefit the National Park Service through innovative scientific research that can inform park management.

Three teams consisting of a faculty or senior scientist mentor and a postdoc fellow (within three years of receiving their doctorate degree) will be selected. The applicant(s) will be the faculty or senior scientist employed at the research institution, who will select an appropriate postdoc fellow. Each of the three fellows will focus on a different topical area that addresses some of the National Park Service’s emerging resource management challenges:


Addressing increasing visitor use by integrating social science and resource stewardshipEnhancing ocean and coastal resource stewardshipEmbracing collaborative conservation at the landscape scale.

Applications are due: June 30, 2019
For more information go here

Federal Fellows Program

Federal Fellows is a year-long program designed to equip University of Maryland undergraduate students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and experience necessary to become leaders in public service sector.

The program combines a fall seminar course taught by industry experts with professional development workshops, one-on-one resume and interview reviews, and federally-related events throughout the year. The program's mission: to prepare talented, diverse undergraduate students to excel in professional internships and pursue careers of influence and impact, especially in the public service sector.

Includes:

A three-credit fall seminar, based in domestic policy is designed particularly for Federal Fellows participants.
A spring internship in a foreign embassy office, federal agency, international organization, or multinational corporation. The internship credits vary from 3 to 9 credits, as appropriate for each student. Students are responsible for securing their internships; that …

UMD Global Fellows Internship Program

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