We are offering three internships during the summer season of 2020. The internship runs for three weeks, from July 5th to August 8th. It comprises three weeks in the field where you will learn how to organize and operate an expedition and field excavation procedures, and one week in the lab learning fossil preparation techniques. This internship offers an education you cannot receive in a classroom setting.
Here is a list of some of the schools attended by our past interns:
Rutgers University – USA Augustana College – USA
University of Virginia – USA University of Georgia – USA
Princeton University – USA Plymouth University – England
Ithaca College – USA Skidmore College – USA
South Dakota School of Mines – USA University of Wyoming – USA
University of Montana – USA University of Colorado – USA
Carlton College –USA University of Texas – USA
University of Arizona – USA Texas Tech University – USA
San Diego State University – USA Montana State University – USA
University of Northern Arizona – USA U.C. Davis – USA
To qualify for consideration, you must currently be enrolled in an accredited school with a declared major in one the following earth sciences: paleontology, geology, evolutionary biology, or zoology. If you are selected, we also will need your school advisor to approve your internship and to provide us with a written notice of support.
There is a tuition fee of $995.00 US for the internship. You are responsible for your travel (airfare) expenses to and from Billings, MT. We will arrange host housing (at no cost to the student) while you are in Billings, MT. during the one week of lab work.
If you think that you qualify and are interested please answer the following questions and email it to: email@example.com.
You may receive a further questionnaire from our selection committee that will help us in the selection process.
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:
- Your age:
- School and year of expected graduation:
- Contact Information (telephone, email address, physical address):
- State, in no more than three sentences, why you are interested in a JRDI internship: