The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS) is recruiting to employ an Alaska Native or Native American undergraduate student or graduate student majoring in Alaska Native languages, engineering, physical sciences, biological/ecological sciences, natural resources, arctic and northern studies, or a related field to complete an internship. The Intern will be paid between $29,130 – $36,090 total for 1500 hours over a 1-year period. The Intern will work part time for the fall and spring semester, and full time during the summer. The Intern’s duty station is preferred to be located at one of the Alaska Climate Adaptation and Science Center’s offices in Anchorage or Fairbanks; however, telework may be approved by the Executive Director. Additionally, the Intern may receive

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