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The Sealaska Technical Services (STS) team in Los Alamos, NM, is seeking an Environmental Technician Intern to work within their Water Program. As the Environmental Technician Intern, you will work alongside this team to provide groundwater and surface water monitoring and water remediation services associated with legacy contamination from past operations at Los Alamos National Laboratory. You will spend much of the summer outdoors hiking and collaborating on projects in both hot and rainy conditions. Project opportunities include will include groundwater and surface water sampling, operation of a pump-and-treat system removing hexavalent chromium from the aquifer, well maintenance, waste management, and data management, interpretation, and reporting. Specific scope will be based on active projects at the time the applicant is accepted into the program.
The internship will take place in Los Alamos, NM. This is a hands-on learning experience with the Water Program team in the field.
As the Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) Education Intern, you will help plan, coordinate, and implement various youth programming activities this summer. This may include the logistics to prepare for summer camps – setting up, working with students, and cleaning up after the camps. In addition, you will gain program evaluation skills through collection of student experience surveys. You will gain experience supervising children of differing ages, ensuring their safety, development, growth, skill-achievement, and general well-being at different educational programming.
This position will take place onsite at the SHI office in Juneau, AK. The Education Intern will need to be available to work by June 1, 2022.
Spend your summer learning about nonprofit fundraising and working alongside the Development team at Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI). As the Development Intern, you have the opportunity to succeed in every aspect from database management to research, communications to community relations. Apply your interest in communications, marketing, public relations, journalism, or other fields to contribute to projects that promote SHI programs. You will also work on grant applications and management, donation solicitations, and event coordination throughout the summer.
This position will take place onsite at the SHI office in Juneau, AK. The Development Intern will need to be available to work at Celebration, a major cultural event in Juneau, June 8-11, 2022.
The objective of the High School STEAM Mentor and Internship Coordinator is to provide coordination support for the Opening the Box of Traditional Ecological Knowledge: STEAM Pathways for High School Students project, which is administered through the Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) Education Department. Independent judgement is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workloads. This position will be responsible for supporting the development of AISES (American Indian Science and Engineering Society) chapters and the development of internship and mentoring programs for Alaska Native students.
The objective of the High School STEAM Curriculum Coordinator is to provide coordination support for the Opening the Box of Traditional Ecological Knowledge: STEAM Pathways for High School Students project, which is administered through the Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) Education Department. Independent judgement is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workloads. This position will be responsible for coordinating participant travel related to the project; travel arrangements will be made for and in consultation with teachers, professional service providers, youth/guardians, and Elders.
The objective of this position is to develop and deliver biannual college and career programming for Alaska Native middle and high school students in nine communities, served by eight school districts. The selected candidate will have experience with postsecondary pathways, positive youth development strategies, and methods of engaging youth in goal setting. The Specialist will be comfortable making presentations in small group settings and will be a conduit for students and families seeking information and guidance in making informed postsecondary decisions.
Under the direct supervision of the Art Director, this position is responsible for providing administrative support for the Art Education program, Voices on the Land.
The objective of this position is to provide coordination and management of specified Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) Art projects. This includes, but is not limited to co-development and implementation of cultural specialist/Elder engagement with tribal entities, of arts residencies within partner schools, of summer camps and professional trainings, and as support for Celebration events, implemented under direct supervision by the Art Director. Independent judgement is required to plan, prioritize, and organize diversified workloads and to recommend changes in relation to program practices or procedures.
Come apply your accounting education at Sealaska for the summer! Working with our teams, you will gain experience in the various functions of an accounting department including accounts payable, fixed assets, cash reconciliations, investments, and tax accounting. This immersive experience is designed to give you hands-on practice applying your education to the real world. Corporate accounting is a very diverse field and the purpose of this internship is to provide you with multiple opportunities in the field of accounting so that you can see what sparks your interest. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to complete a special project of your choice during your internship that involves making a recommendation to the accounting team on how to reengineer a current process. This is an opportunity to use everything you have learned in school and in practice over the summer to improve an existing accounting practice.
While this internship can take place remotely or via telecommute, it is preferred that this intern work in person at the Sealaska Corporation headquarters in Juneau, AK.
Spruce Root is looking for an intern to support their mission to promote economic and social sustainability and resilience in Southeast Alaska. As a non-profit CDFI, Spruce Root provides local entrepreneurs with access to business development and financial resources, such as loans, business coaching, and workshops. As the Community & Economic Development Intern, you will gain intimate knowledge of running a non-profit who aims to increase its clients’ self-sufficiency. You will experience and gain skills in coordinating a team located in various remote locations, grant management, data analysis, financial management, organization, and more. This internship is an opportunity to focus on an area of community development that interests you.
This internship can take place via telecommute or at Spruce Root’s office in Juneau, AK. You may have the opportunity to travel to Juneau or Sitka, AK, or other Southeast Alaska communities to meet team members and learn about Spruce Root’s regional partners and projects.