Current Students

 
 

Life After Oneonta


 Graduate Schools:

Links to Geoscience program websites across the U.S.

Link to the AMS Schools in the Atmospheric, Ocean, Hydrologic and Related Sciences website. use this for research into graduate schools by degree offered.


Job Openings

The National Weather Service is hiring entry-level meteorologists. The job is technically called an Intern position but it's not a student internship. There are multiple Intern positions at the GS-5/7/9 pay level. For GS-5 you need a Batchelor's degree. Graduating seniors should apply. Check on them at this link: USAJOBS. You will need to create an account at USAJOBS to apply.


Internships - get a leg up on jobs:

Student internships are available in a number of government offices as well as private firms (consulting, forecasting, etc). First check the list below and see what is available that interests you. Then, talk to your advisor. It may be desirable or even necessary to register for College credit to qualify for those internships. Your advisor can work through the application forms for internship courses.

Links for internships. Click on these for more information and/or contact information

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation internships

New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) internships

University of Minnesota Dept of Earth Sciences

The Juneau Icefield Research Program

Student Conservation Association

RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering)

Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes

Newmont Mining (paid internship, probably in the western U.S.)

Environ is hiring paid interns and also has full-time jobs. They have offices throughout the U.S. with many in the northeast, although none in NY.

Research Experiences in Solid Earth Science for Students These are paid internships, meant for underrepresented groups, as defined on the website. It's in Boulder, CO and they will pay to fly you out there.

Brookhaven National Laboratory’s undergraduate internships apparently include travel expenses to/from the lab and housing. There is also a stipend for selected interns. BNL is on Long Island.

CT Weather (Connecticut)

Fox TV affiliate in NYC Scroll down - the internship program is near the bottom.

Paid Geoscientist Opportunities on National Parks, National Forests, and BLM Lands

Internships and Scholarships from NOAA

Biological Field Station (Cooperstown) has internships

Accuweather summer paid internships

Research Experiences for Undergraduates at the University of Oklahoma The deadline for applying for this is Feb 12. Not an internship, it's a research experience, primarily for meteorology students. They will pay for travel, give you free housing, and pay for you to present your findings at a conference.

The Pittsburgh NWS office is looking for student interns for next summer. The deadline for applying is March 1. Here's the link: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/pbz/studentvolunteer/StudentVolunteer.htm

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (http://northernforestcanoetrail.org) is now accepting applications for its paid 2014 Internship Program.  The NFCT, based in Waitsfield, Vermont, stewards a 740-mile canoe route traversing New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. For more information click here.

The Binghamton NWS office is looking for student interns for summer 2014. The deadline for applying is March 20. Here's a link for information and how to apply: http://www.weather.gov/bgm/outreachStudentSummerInternship

NYCDEP Kingston Lab has a posting for a PAID summer intern. Positions are available for application from February 18, 2014 until April 4, 2014. Go to http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/job_opportunities/internships.shtml, click on Search Internships and enter keyword Kingston. The location is actually Valhalla, NY.

 

More links will be added as we get them.


Employers are searching for people who can critically think, problem solve, and communicate.  Research is a great way to pick up all these skills.  If you are interested in participating in research over the summer, you should spend a few minutes to check out NSF REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) opportunities.  Besides enhancing skills, it's an opportunity to visit other parts of the country and world.  You also can develop new friendships working with students from around the country.  Several of our students have participated in an REU.  The application deadline usually occurs in January, February, or March, so you want to start investigating possibilities and working on applications now.

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)

Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences

Earth Sciences

Ocean Sciences

Polar Programs