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Meet Amazon Web Services

Professional, Hourly

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New Mexico Forestry Division Rapid Hire

Professional, Hourly

There are seven Forestry positions open throughout New Mexico (positions descriptions attached): • Timber Management Officers in Socorro and Las Vegas • Smokey Bear Historical Park manager in Capitan • Fire Management Officer in Socorro • Administrative Management Officer in Cimarron • Business Operations Coordinator in Santa Fe • Certified Prescribed Burn Manager Program Coordinator in Santa Fe Interviews on Friday, Jan 21, from 2 - 6 PM MT at: • Willie Ortiz Building in Santa Fe, 2600 Cerillos (in person) • NM Workforce in ABQ, 501 Mountain Rd (virtual) You will need multiple copies of your resume, proof that you are eligible to work in the US, and 3 professional references. Business attire recommended. This is a RAPID hire event, so please make sure your references are available in the 24-48 hours following your interviews (resumes should include weekend and after-hours reference contacts).

Tutoring Positions with TUTORGIGS

Professional, Hourly

We are looking for College students to tutor kids K-12. All majors welcome!! Make you own hours!!

Los Alamos National Laboratory Undergraduate Student Internship Program

Internship, Stipend

Gain relevant work experience while pursuing an undergraduate degree The Undergraduate Student Internship Program (UGS) is a year-round internship program that provides domestic and international students with relevant research experience while they are pursuing an undergraduate degree. This internship program is designed to complement the students' education with work experience related to their chosen field of study. There are appointments in both the technical and professional fields. Los Alamos National Laboratory is very excited to continue our student internship program for Fall 2020, Spring 2021, and Summer 2021. Due to social distancing restrictions, most internships will be limited to remote work off laboratory property until the LANL operating posture changes.

The Academy for Technology & the Classics Teacher Positions

Professional, Hourly

Job Summary This position is an immediate, full-time teaching position in our Math and Science departments for courses in Integrated Math I, 4 sections, and 8th grade Integrated Science, 1 section.

HACU’s Corporate Internship Program Beam Suntory’s T3 Program

Internship, Hourly

What makes this a great opportunity? • The T3 Key Account Manager role is the first position in a 4-year sales and marketing rotational program which will provide employees opportunity to learn the spirits industry and build broader commercial acumen. • Collaboration with other sales forces, retailers, distributors, and local communities in the trade • Collaborates cross functionally with Beam Suntory internal Sales, Marketing & Category Management teams.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Med Tech Supervisor

Professional, Hourly

SUMMARY: In direct coordination with the Clinical Supervisor and Residential Nurse, the Recovery Support/Med Tech Supervisor is responsible for the administration, management and oversight of the resident milieu for clients (and their children) being served by SFRC. Provides, oversees and/or administers a wide range of interventions and support techniques to ensure smooth operations and a supportive living environment for clients in residential treatment, including but not limited to crisis intervention, administration of medication, group/individual support, and/or case management services. Requires strong ability to clearly communicate, while guiding program development and individual/family daily programming with internal staff, as well as with community partners.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Behavioral Health Counselor/Substance Abuse Counselor

Professional, Hourly

Santa Fe Recovery Center (SFRC), is searching for a dynamic and motivated Residential Counselor who can provide counseling and therapy services to clients with substance use disorders (SUD) and co-occurring mental health disorders. Conducts individual and group counseling with SFRC clients under the structured framework of state and federal law, the counseling code of ethics, and SFRC evidence based practices (EBP) and policies and procedures. The Counselor is responsible for creating and maintaining a therapeutic and safe environment for clients.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Licensed Bilingual Counselor

Professional, Hourly

SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the Bilingual Counselor provides professional substance abuse counseling to residential and out-patient clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. The Bilingual Counselor insures clients with mental health problems are referred to appropriate individuals or agencies. The Bilingual Counselor will conduct individual, group and family counseling to SFRC clients under the structured framework of state and federal law, the Counseling Code of Ethics and SFRC policies and procedures.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Detox Counselor

Professional, Hourly

SUMMARY: The SFRC Detox Program provides a foundational level of care for individuals who seek sobriety and recovery from substance use. SFRC utilizes both Medically Monitored and Social model of detoxification that provides essential medical care for non-life threatening conditions by trained staff who monitor and supervise withdrawal symptoms. SFRC’s Detox Program provides safe, 24-hour supervision, observation, and support by qualified personnel for clients who are intoxicated or are experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Qualified personnel include physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists, case managers and medical technicians. Under the direction and supervision of the Clinical Director, the Detox Program Clinician is responsible for creating and maintaining a therapeutic and safe environment for clients, providing counseling and therapy services to Detox clients with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders, conducting initial assessment of clients to determine ASAM criteria and risk assessment and working with SFRC clients under the structured framework of state and federal law, the counseling code of ethics, and SFRC evidence based practices (EBP), and policies and procedures.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Operations Project Manager

Professional, Hourly

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer the Operations Project Manager is responsible for various tasks involved in the renovation of a new facility including: budgeting, scheduling, organizing, record-keeping and handling information flow. The Manager will be responsible for delivery of the finished facility and facilitation of new operations.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Community Outreach Coordinator

Professional, Hourly

SUMMARY: Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for connecting the organization with the surrounding community, developing strategic partnerships and methods of engagement with partners throughout the State. Community Outreach Coordinator collaborates with Leadership and program managers to plan, implement, and evaluate community activities and events. The Coordinator works effectively with a network of community organizations to promote Santa Fe Recovery Center's programs and foster productive relationships to offer services supporting SFRC's clients. Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for developing content for external communication including press releases, website, social media and email campaigns.

Santa Fe Recovery Center Quality Assurance Manager

Professional, Hourly

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Quality Assurance Manager (QA) Manager is responsible for the daily execution of the quality program. QA Manager coordinates ongoing development of the QA program and provides centralized oversight of the agency's quality performance and improvement efforts, including administration, investigation, staff training, and enforcement of agency policies and procedures.

The Mountain Center Program and Clinical Manager Transitional Living Program

Professional, Hourly

Program and Clinical Manager ● Oversees operations and management of TMC’s TLP. ● Works with partner agencies with referrals to and from TLP. ● Manages program and staff schedule and coordinates with staff and outside agencies clinical, therapeutic, educational and other wellness services. ● Responsible for co-creating and maintaining a therapeutic and trauma-informed environment for clients and staff. ● Oversees any contract reports, documents, compliance and or audits with contracts (BHSD, NMDOC, etc.). ● Writes grants and leverages funds that support the TLP ● Supports the TMC Clinical Director with audits from Medicaid. ● Oversees TLP compliance with HIPAA 42 CFR Part 2 ● Hires and supervises direct care staff as well as any program staff in a management role. ● Enforces and maintains policies, procedures, rights, rules, regulations, guidelines and adherence to and compliance with client service delivery, confidentiality, and ethics. ● Works closely with the Operations Manager and Clinical Director to oversee and support the intake process. ● Oversees medication management systems and coordinates with in-house Prescribing Psychologists. ● Provides and/or coordinates ongoing trainings and education for staff. ● Conducts bi-weekly staff meetings. ● Creates organizational systems that support efficiency and strives for outcomes that provide better care for clients as well as problem solves operational and client issues/grievances. ● Creates, maintains and trains staff in operational policy for TLP as well as TMC policy. ● Professionally represent TMC and TLP to clients, community members, interns, volunteers and staff. ● Attend assigned community outreach events promoting TMC and the TLP ● Demonstrate capacity to effectively market TLP while strategically developing community networks to establish and/or maintain continued support for TLP. ● Oversees and manages program budget and deliverables. ● Fully participates in the future goals of TLP becoming an accredited program. ● Oversees research and evaluation. ● Oversees risk management systems, including on-call system. ● Support on call needs/emergencies including after hours. ● Attends all mandatory Staff Meetings/Trainings as assigned. ● All duties as assigned.

The Mountain Center Residential Treatment Assistant Transitional Living Program

Professional, Hourly

Residential Treatment Assistant ● Assist with and monitor daily living skills (cooking, cleaning, routines, etc) ● Assist with supportive implementation of individual treatment plans of clients ● Provide constant supervision of residents’ behaviors and interactions at all times ● Encourage socially acceptable habits and behaviors ● Encourage positive relationship building in a safe environment ● Support and assist team members in crisis situations ● Administer first aid as needed ● Provide assistance with Self-Administration of Medications as needed ● Transport residents in a company vehicle to and from necessary appointments ● Effectively and professionally manages relationships with all clients/participants and staff ● Maintain an emotional and physically safe and trauma informed working environment ● Work assigned shifts (day or night) ● All duties as assigned by supervisor

The Mountain Center Native American Emergence Program Project Coordinator

Professional, Hourly

Job Responsibilities ● Facilitate group experiences in a safe and constructive ways ● Responsible for prescriptively designing programs utilizing experiential and adventure education. ● Work with agency partners building goals and objectives for programs ● Oversee evaluation and administrative duties for programs ● Work in a team setting with co-staff and supervisors to provide the best experience for our participants ● Attend staff meetings and trainings ● Lead critical activities such as ropes course events (after training) ● Maintain current wilderness first aid and CPR certification ● Manage risk/exposure on programs

USDA Forest Service Support Service Specialist

Professional, Hourly

DUTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS POSITION: Represents the district dealing directly with the public. Sells fuel-wood permits, maps, and other Santa Fe National Forest goods. Provides telephone support by giving information about the forest to include road conditions, camping procedures, and other district activities. Supervises the district Customer Service Representative in the management of front-office operations. Performs all duties in the Ranger Station, with allotted telework available. Reads and keeps apprised of Forest Service procedures and policies to be aware of changes and new requirements affecting the work of the organization. Such procedures concern preparation and processing of correspondence, reports, and forms; hard-copy and electronic filing; mail procedures; using GOVTRIP; and security procedures. Serves as the point of contact involving unit project proposals by collecting and analyzing costs, staff power, procurement, and other data necessary for preparation of the annual operating budget. Responsible for purchasing or contracting for supplies, equipment, and services through open market purchase by blanket arrangement, cash, or field purchase order using a VISA credit card. Prepares documents to order goods, supplies and/or services for various unit operations. Reviews and edits budget requests to ensure conformance with organizational requirements. Validates budget-related transactions and resolves inconsistencies. Prepares, controls, coordinates, and assembles information for procurement documents. Receives, reviews, analyzes, and controls incoming correspondence, including mail, cables, faxes, and routine and controlled documents. Reviews outgoing correspondence for procedural and grammatical accuracy, attachments, dates, signature, addresses, and destinations. Keeps employees informed of human resources policy and regulatory changes, such as those related to leave, injury compensation, retirement, promotion, etc. Assist District/Forest staff in the use of Paycheck 8 and ensures that staff is kept current on HR policies, rules, and regulations regarding time and attendance, office closure, etc.

New Mexico Geological Society Scholarships & Awards

Scholarship, Stipend

Application Deadine: By the third Friday in February The New Mexico Geological Society supports geoscience students in New Mexico and their research in several ways including scholarships, awards, discounts, and subsidies that, combined, typically exceed $50,000 per year. Funds for these awards are administered by the NMGS Foundation with an endowment established from generous contibutions by several benefactors and from our membership. Students attending qualified New Mexico institutions and studying Earth Sciences in New Mexico are eligible for our numerous scholarships, that are awarded at the Annual Spring Meeting and Fall Field Conference (see details). The process of applying for NMGS scholarships and providing letters of reference is entirely online. This saves the scholarship committee a considerable amount of time. If significant problems arise with the submission system, please contact the scholarship chair or the webmaster (see below).

Defenders of Wildlife Field Conservation Intern

Internship, Hourly

POSITION SUMMARY Defenders of Wildlife’s 10-week summer internship program is intended to be highly diverse, and we particularly encourage students from historically underrepresented and marginalized backgrounds to apply. The program will provide interns with an in-depth perspective on how Defenders enacts its mission of conservation, the opportunity to acquire specific skills needed to pursue their professional goals, the opportunity to engage in hands-on research/projects in their field of study, and the opportunity to build professional networks. The program will also provide students with cross-disciplinary exposure, one-to-one mentor matching, and peer-to-peer support. The intern will support the Southwest Program's headquarters office in New Mexico with outreach efforts to non-traditional communities and organizations. This position would focus on strategic community engagement to support ongoing and new program work with community outreach.

Bernalillo County Operations Excellence Intern

Internship, Hourly

Bernalillo County is currently hiring for an Operations Excellence Intern. To be an intern at the county applicants must be attending a college or university and they get paid $12 an hour and the hours vary. Attached is our hiring flyer! It's a great opportunity for students to enhance their skills for their future career! • Web Design - unleash your creativity with WordPress and Canva • Data Analytics - tons of on the job Excel training • Performance Management - build relationships with all departments and track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and metrics, great networking for future career opportunities • Strategic Planning – communicate the county’s and department’s plan of operations, ensuring that the county is doing the right things to meet the needs of the community • Dashboards - build interactive graphs to tell the county's story and our accomplishments Interested Applicants Should Apply Here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bernco/jobs/2942709-0/intern Select All Departments When Applying

Pajarito Environmental Education Center Environmental Educator, part-time

Professional, Hourly

Deliver high-quality, mission-driven, hands-on environmental education programs to students in grades pre-K-12 from all over Northern New Mexico.

Pajarito Environmental Education Center Lead Educator and Curriculum Designer

Professional, Hourly

Design and deliver high-quality, mission-driven, hands-on environmental education programs to students in grades pre-K-12 from all over Northern New Mexico.

PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies 7th Annual Green Teams Internship Program

Internship, Stipend

Over ten weeks students work with industry experts to broaden their skill sets and achieve high-level deliverables. At the conclusion of the internship, they present a comprehensive and actionable written report in addition to a formal final presentation. Summer 2022 Updated Application Deadline: January 20th, 2022 by 11:59PM ET! Summer Internship Dates: May 31 , 2022 - August 4 , 2022 ST TH This PAID summer internship gives students like you the opportunity to expand your leadership skills and gain professional work experience while tackling real-world issues. Apply today!

KOAT TV Photographer/Editor

Professional, Hourly

Details: KOAT TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what???s happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.

KOAT TV Assignment Editor

Professional, Hourly

Category: Media - Journalism - Newspaper Position/Title: Assignment Editor Details: KOAT TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking an Assignment Editor with the ability to capture the essence of what???s happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. The successful candidate will have a take charge attitude when it comes to breaking news. We are looking for a smart assignment editor who finds distinctive enterprise stories and oversees news coverage that sets us apart. We want a newsroom leader who takes the lead on breaking news.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY Mil Abrazos Community Land Trust

Internship, Stipend

Internship activities 1) Helping run a Youth Program Teaching kids (13-18) the infrastructure, culture, history and governance of the local Acequia (irrigation ditch). This program is financed through a grant from the New Mexico Economic Development Outdoor Division. Duties include scheduling and running classes and field trips, running Zoom calls, interacting with parents, and interviewing and filming elders.

Santa Fe Institute Undergraduate Complexity Research Program

Internship, Stipend

Program Overview The SFI Undergraduate Complexity Research (UCR) program provides a 10-week residential experience in complex systems science for undergraduate students. Students develop and carry out an independent research project in collaboration with an SFI mentor and as a member of the supportive UCR community. Students learn how to combine theory, methods, and data from the physical, natural, and social sciences to ask big questions about real-world complex systems using the rigorous methods employed at SFI. Through a series of seminars and workshops, students enhance their skills as researchers and prepare for the next steps in their academic and professional journeys.

CPS Adoption Consultant (CYFD #8672)

Professional, Hourly

Purpose of Position This position will provide expert case consultation to CYFD staff matching and placing children for adoption, as well as training permanency planning staff in designated county offices.

CPS Permanency Planning Senior Worker (CYFD #8998)

Professional, Hourly

This protective services case worker position will serve as the lead worker responsible for engaging children, parents, and other caregivers in order to coordinate assessments and permanency plans for children in CYFD custody to promote child safety, permanency and well-being. Incumbent will also mentor new workers in the unit.

CPS Permanency Planning Case Worker (CYFD #31023)

Professional, Hourly

Work is performed in an office setting: late hours, weekends, on-call and callback work may be required. Will be exposed to regular periods of video display terminal and keyboard usage and stressful situations. Travel is required. Possible exposure to irate clientele. Incumbent will work under stress and frequent time constraints. Incumbent will be required to furnish a personal vehicle for carrying out assignments which may include transporting clients including children. Must have own mode of transportation.

CNA Positions at Nuclear Care Partners

Professional, hourly

BENEFITS GUIDANCE | ADVOCACY | IN-HOME CARE FOR FORMER ATOMIC WORKERS

AMIkids Bernalillo County Family Services FFT Therapist

Professional, hourly

Position Summary The FFT Therapist role provides community based intensive counseling services to youth and their families utilizing the Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Model.

AMIKids Family Support Specialist

Professional, hourly

Position Summary The role of the Family Services Specialist is to execute the family engagement and psychoeducation process for each youth entering and leaving the program. Provide orientation and initiation of services with the families while in the assigned program.

U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE – DIRECTORATE RESOURCE ASSISTANT FELLOWS PROGRAM (DFP)

Internship, stipend

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Directorate Fellows Program (DFP) is an 11-week fellowship program that includes a direct hire authority (DHA) for a permanent position in FWS. Students must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a rising senior or senior in an undergraduate program or graduate degree program at the start of the 2022 DFP. Fellows selected for the 2022 DFP must successfully complete their 11-week fellowship (+1 week of orientation) and subsequently complete their degree requirements to meet eligibility requirements for the DHA.

NMHU Ambassadors

Internship, Stipend

The NMHU-Ambassadors are affiliated with the UNM Health Science Center. The goal is to prepare NMHU students for post-graduate education in health professions. Students participate in multiple sessions throughout the semester, which provide information about post-graduate education experiences, mentoring for GRE/MCAT and applications, and cultural humility.

FWRI- State and Federal

Internship, hourly

The summer internships support students who work full-time doing field work with FWRI's monitoring crew. Summer interns work with permanent FWRI monitoring staff to collect ecological indicators on areas than have been restored or are planned for restoration. Work is in remote areas scattered throughout NM.

FWRI- State and Federal

Work-Study, hourly

Semester work-study students principally work in the on-campus office to compile and analyze monitoring data collected by the field crew.

INBRE-Internship

Internship, hourly

The goal is to enhance student research skills and prepare participants for graduate education in biomedical research and/or health research careers. Students, ideally between their Junior and Senior Year (or those entering their final/senior year as an undergraduate), planning to apply to graduate school in biomedical/behavioral sciences in the next year with research experience will be matched with NMSU or University of New Mexico (UNM) faculty to conduct independent biomedical research projects at NMSU or UNM. NISE-internship will help students identify appropriate graduate programs, and gain the application skills to make them competitive for entry into advanced degrees. An important and expected outcome is for students to apply to biomedical or behavioral graduate programs during the academic year following their NISE Internship.

INBRE-Bootcamp

Internship, hourly

The goal is to increase student understanding of biomedical research and enhance their career development through a mixture of laboratory experiences and lecture-based activities on the New Mexico State University (NMSU) campus. Students between Sophomore and Junior Year (or those expecting to be 2 academic years away from a BS/BA degree) with little to no research experience will work with researchers at NMSU, including workshops to develop bench and college-success skills. NISE-Bootcamp will provide students with an authentic research experience to prepare them to pursue a career in science. NISE bootcamp will help students move from an academic understanding of science to hands-on experience with research techniques and concepts. An important expected outcome of this program is having students apply for and conduct mentored research internships the summer after they participate in Bootcamp.

INBRE-Prep

Internship, hourly

The goal is to allow undergraduate students without laboratory experience, to work in a research laboratory for the summer at the students’ home institution. The ideal participating student is entering their sophomore or junior year, interested in learning more about careers in biomedical research, and has not previously worked in a research lab. Faculty mentors will provide research-related guidance to their student mentees. Students will develop skills to move into a biomedical research career.

SOMOS STEM

Internship, stipend

Life sciences students (biology & forestry/conservation mgmt): rising sophomores can participate in a two week summer science academy with a stipend, rising juinors (starting summer 2022) can do a summer internship with a STEM community partner in biology or forestry with a full internship stipend (8 weeks), interns each have a faculty mentor and an external STEM partner mentor, interns also can participate in fall semester teaching of a CURE for freshmen. Freshmen and sophomores participate in-class biol/fors intro course CUREs (not paid). Faculty members can earn stipends and receive training summer or fall/spring professional development workshops in pedagogy and diversity/equity/inclusion. Expectation is to have students progress from in class CURE to summer science academy to internship over a two year period.

CREST-GA

Graduate Assistantship, Stipend

6 research assistantships for MS students are available to support the studies being carried out under the CREST Forest Restoration Triangle. Studies are focused on artificial regeneration, natural regeneration, dendrochronology, and landscape-scale forest restoration linking communities, agencies, and university outreach.

CREST-Scholarship

Scholarship, stipend

Stipends to support undergraduate students are available to support the studies being carried out under the CREST Forest Restoration Triangle. Studies are focused on artificial regeneration, natural regeneration, dendrochronology, and landscape-scale forest restoration linking communities, agencies, and university outreach.

CREST-Internship

Internship, Stipend

Summer internships for undergraduate students are available to support the studies being carried out under the CREST Forest Restoration Triangle. These internships will be full-time during the summer, and will be mostly field work. Studies are focused on artificial regeneration, natural regeneration, dendrochronology, and landscape-scale forest restoration linking communities, agencies, and university outreach.

CREST-Work Study

Internship, Stipend

Work-study opportunities for undergraduate students are available to support the studies being carried out under the CREST Forest Restoration Triangle. Work-study positions will be up to 20 hours per week during the academic semesters in the labs of professors associated with CREST/FORT. Studies are focused on artificial regeneration, natural regeneration, dendrochronology, and landscape-scale forest restoration linking communities, agencies, and university outreach.

LIFT

Mentorship, Stipend

5 Stipends for Graduate Students in Natural Sciences Careers - The students are asked to made a video that explain their research during summer and participate in mentoring activities with the UG LIFT students during the following Fall semester

LIFT

Mentorship, Stipend

Only for Undergraduate transfer students from UNM-Taos. The students are a cohort with an AAS and come here for two years to recieve their BS or BA in Natural Sciences. It is financial support only for them. The UG students at NMHU cannot apply, but yes as MS.

STEMfast-GA

Graduate Assistantship, stipend

Two Graduate Assistantships are provided through STEMfast each semester. These students participate in regular STEMfast operations, including data analysis and community outreach.

STEMfast-Work Study

Work-Study, hourly

STEMfast provides peer mentoring opportunities for students in the area of STEM academic support. These include math tutors and supplemental instuctors for gateway STEM courses. To qualify, students must have passed their assigned course with an A/B and be vetted by both the course instructor and STEMfast personnel.

STEMfast-Internships

Internship, hourly

STEMfast provides funds for several STEM internships each summer. Students must find a suitable mentor or work with our STEMfast Coordinator and apply for funding. These can be STEM research experiences, mentoring positions, or community outreach. The number of positions depends upon available funding at the end of the Spring semester.

USDA Water Resources

Work-Study, hourly

Semester supplemental instruction positions for Environmental Geology having taken and excelled in water-related upper division classes.

USDA Water Resources

Internship, hourly

Summer water-resources focused internships with partnering agencies (HPWA, UPWA, RMCSC).

USDA Water Resources

Scholarship, scholarship

A $25,000 scholarship is available to a rising Sophomore or Junior Env. Geology major (64 completed credits) from a group underrepresented in USDA water resources pipeline.

IRES

Internship, stipend

Contact Michael Petronis below for information.

LANL Foundation- K12 STEM Education during COVID

Mentorship, hourly

This award provides a position for a student to mentor local STEM kids. The project entails the creation of a video that highlights the community issues around the pandemic.

Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP)-NSF

Internship, stipend

Alliance for Minority Participation promote the participation on Minority/Underrepresented Students in STEM careers. It counts with three different programs/stipends focus in different students levels but only for UNDERGRADUATE.