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Job Locations US-AK-Sitka
The Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) is a dynamic collective uniting diverse skills and perspectives to strengthen cultural, ecological, and economic resilience across Southeast Alaska. As the Storytelling & Engagement Intern, you will work with the SSP to develop and contribute to existing storytelling, outreach, and engagement strategies. The specific projects will be co-developed based on the skills, interests, and proficiencies of the intern, but could include using photography, writing, graphic design, video, or other tools to share the impact of our programs in the following areas: - Land and Water Stewardship - Cultural Vitality - Food Sovereignty - Localized Economy building - Energy Independence The intern will work with a dynamic team of creatives to develop materials for social media, our e-newsletters, and website. Creative projects can be developed dependent on intern’s skills and interest including for print including in our monthly column with the Juneau Empire, through film, graphic design, art, photography etc. The overarching goals of the internship are to strengthen SSP’s communications, outreach, social media, and storytelling programs while providing learning opportunities and professional development to the intern.   Applicants from rural Southeast Alaskan communities are encouraged to apply. Multiple types of experiences, knowledge sets, backgrounds, and skills will be considered when reviewing applicants beyond traditional academic achievements.   This internship can take place via telecommute or remote location. You may have the opportunity to travel to Southeast Alaska rural communities to build relationships, learn, and collect creative assets (photography, interviews, writing, etc.)
Job ID
2021-2555
Job Locations US-Virtual - USA
Managed Business Solutions is seeking a Data Architect to support our pension and health benefit related Data Migration, Reporting, Interface and Warehousing projects. The Data Architect will provide technical leadership for a team of Data Conversion Engineers / Analysts performing data profiling and analysis, writing Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) scripts using SQL, Python, or other languages, writing data reports, performing root cause analysis and providing recommendations for improving data for clients. Pension and health benefit related experience a plus; .NET, Power Apps or similar programming skills a plus. This is a telecommuting (virtual) role and requires a US Citizenship. 
Job ID
2021-2554
Job Locations US-AK-Juneau
Bring Sealaska’s brand to life through storytelling this summer. From highlighting Sealaska’s impact through its businesses to crafting posts for social media channels, the Sealaska Communications Intern will support Sealaska’s communications team with content development. You will gain experience copywriting for web stories and conducting social media analysis. You will also learn about Sealaska’s shareholder engagement strategy and support outreach activities.   During this internship, you will support the communications department in the development and implementation of Sealaska’s 50-year anniversary campaign. This internship can take place remotely or via telecommute while collaborating with the communications team primarily based in Juneau, AK. The intern may have the opportunity to travel to our tribal communities throughout the Southeast Alaska region.
Job ID
2021-2553
Job Locations US-WA-Bellevue
If you are pursuing a degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or architectural field and are eager to create a safe and highly productive workplace, we want to hear from you. As the Construction Site Superintendent Intern, you will work alongside Project Managers and Estimators on a wide variety of design and construction projects from heavy civil engineering construction to building construction to renovation. Through this internship, you will gain hands-on site experience and mentorship in what it means to be a Project Manager and Site Superintendent. We will provide the training and guidance necessary to successfully complete assigned tasks. You will gain an overall understanding of construction site quality control processes, health and safety procedures, and the ability to interact with managers and subcontractors on job sites.   This internship can be based in a remote or telecommuting location, where you will primarily collaborate with construction team members located in Seattle, WA. There will be the opportunity to travel to active construction project sites throughout the duration of the summer.
Job ID
2021-2552
Job Locations US-CO-Lakewood
Apply your interest in engineering and science to support hydrology projects across tribal lands. The Civil Engineering Technician Intern is part of Sealaska’s Managed Business Solutions (MBS) team working on the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) dam safety program. You will be introduced to a career in civil engineering with an emphasis on dam safety. You will learn modeling and geographic information systems (GIS) and work with lead engineers to support hydraulic analyses.   If you are interested in computer programming (scripting), GIS, hydrology, hydraulics, or geospatial modeling of hydrologic and/or geotechnical systems, the team can tailor projects to your skills. Overall, the goal of this internship is to receive applied experience to complement your academic training.   This internship can be accomplished remotely or at the BIA Office of Trust Services in Lakewood, CO. Throughout the summer, you may have the option to visit Native American reservations in the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) dam safety program. During these site visits, you can meet with local staff to better understand the impact of your work.
Job ID
2021-2551
Job Locations US-AK-Ketchikan
Spend the summer in rural Southeast Alaska as the Natural Resources Intern. You will become part of our natural resources team who sustainably manages Sealaska’s lands post-harvest. You will spend most days outdoors, hiking to field sites and gaining on-the-job training in natural resource and land management techniques and methods. All projects are dependent upon available fieldwork and may include working alongside our community forest partnerships in Kake and Hoonah, AK. You will also work with teams on restoration projects. Additional work will include conducting surveys and research on our carbon offset project land. You’ll engage with people and communities throughout your internship and work to enhance and sustain the Alaskan wilderness.   Sealaska manages 365,000 acres of land in Southeast Alaska. The Natural Resources Intern will be based at the Sealaska office in Juneau, AK. You will also travel to other areas on Prince of Wales Island and other locations such as, but not limited to Hoonah, Kake, and Ketchikan, AK.
Job ID
2021-2549
Job Locations US-CO-Lakewood
Promote safety programs across tribal lands as the Communication Specialist & Geospatial Analyst Intern. As part of Sealaska’s Managed Business Solutions (MBS) team, you will learn key components of a federal dam safety program and develop your communications skills while working on hands-on projects.   If you are interested in geographic information systems (GIS), web design, computer programming, or other specialty skills, the team can tailor projects to your skills. Overall, the goal of this internship is to receive applied experience to complement your academic training.   This internship can be accomplished remotely or at the BIA Office of Trust Services in Lakewood, CO. Throughout the summer, you may have the option to visit Native American reservations in the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) dam safety program. During these site visits, you can meet with local staff to better understand the impact of your work.
Job ID
2021-2548
Job Locations US-AK-Juneau
Apply your legal education and interest in policy at your Alaska Native Corporation this summer. As the Legal & Policy Intern, you will support Sealaska’s legal department and policy efforts. For part of your internship, you will work alongside Vice President of Policy & Legal Affairs Jaeleen Kookesh on projects related to public policy and advocacy, including legislation, statutes, legislative history, and differing legal and public opinions. You will also assist in preparing materials for Sealaska board meetings and election. For another part of your internship, you will work with General Counsel Kent Rasmussen and assist with Sealaska’s risk management program, possible litigation including discovery, and other matters related to business law.   While applying your legal education, you will learn the breadth of legal careers and hone your research skills. You will also gain understanding of day-to-day legal work and how policies can be tailored to help people and solve issues.   This internship can take place remotely or via telecommute while supporting Sealaska legal staff in Seattle, WA, and Juneau, AK.
Job ID
2021-2546
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Gain experience and exposure to the full scope of Human Resources responsibilities at Sealaska this summer. As the Human Resources Intern, you will participate and contribute to the day to day workflow of the HR team and learn workplace dynamics. Projects will span all functions of HR – including recruiting, onboarding/offboarding, performance management, benefits, employee relations, compliance, administration, ethics, and compensation.   This internship can be based in a remote or telecommuting location, where you will primarily collaborate with human resources team members located in Seattle, WA.
Job ID
2021-2545
Job Locations US-AK-Juneau
Barnacle Foods is searching for a Marketing Intern who has an interest in storytelling and sustainable business. Based in Juneau, AK, Barnacle Foods highlights locally grown, harvested, and foraged ingredients in their products and makes it their priority to have the least impact on the environment as possible.   As an intern at Barnacle Foods, you would support general business activities with a special focus on communications and marketing. Projects will include digital content creation and scheduling, and developing stories around the foods in Southeast Alaska, from recipes to local ingredients to traditional harvesters.   While this internship position can take place remotely, the Barnacle team would prefer the intern to be on-site at their Juneau, AK, location. You may have the opportunity to visit the Barnacle kitchens to experience the entire operation.
Job ID
2021-2544