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WQLM Interns on Green Roof

The Water Quality and Land Management Intern Program strives to place students with fields of study they are interested in pursuing as a career. The program accepts candidates from all backgrounds and schools including the University of West Florida, the University of Florida at Gainesville and the University of Florida-Milton Campus, among others. The department will work with students to match the intern's interests with one of the program's fields of expertise.

What can I do as an intern?

Interns can work on projects developed by staff or propose an independent study project. Below is just a sample of the possible projects: 

  • LID Monitoring of the Escambia County Central Office Complex Green Roof
  • Field assistant for surface/groundwater/landfill monitoring
  • Herpetology study in Jones Swamp
  • Tree inventory in county parks
  • Sea turtle lighting retrofit compliance
  • Perdido Key beach mouse habitat study
  • Laboratory assistant
  • Invasive species removal/mapping
  • GIS projects: water quality data analysis, basin studies, land use change, etc
  • Fracking research
  • Development of educational material

Want to apply?

Internships for the summer 2017 semester are now being accepted. Review the documents below and contact Josh Barnhill.

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