Program Length:
10 weeks stipended internship, with the opportunity to be extended. 

Fairbanks, Alaska

Admissions Requirement:
* U.S. Citizen
* Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, or Doctoral Degree
* Overall GPA of 3.00
* Studying Earth and Geosciences
* Must be 18 years of age

Application Deadline: Early June

Are you interested in traveling to Alaska and doing research? Are you intrigued by doing research under the US Department of Defense? Well this Arctic Sea Ice Dynamics and Permafrost Remote Sensing Summer Internship might be for you. You would be engaged in research that would help the US Warfighters and the civilian support staff.  We’re not exactly sure what this means, but this could potentially be helpful for strategic military, cruise, or cargo vessels?  While you are an intern, you will be working under a mentor and be focused on geophysics and remote sensing. You will also work with a team on research projects based on Arctic Sea ice dynamics and permafrost remote sensing. You could be using Ground Penetrating Radar for soil moisture detection and classify and detect nearshore sea ice.  The internship includes a combination of office and field research in Alaska. This opportunity is completely free with the application deadline being in early June. The program will last around ten months with the potential to last even longer. Not only will this opportunity give you the opportunity to learn more about researching sea ice, you could also receive some nice extra perks (even beyond researching sea ice in the Artic!) like a stipend, health insurance, and a relocation/travel/ training allowance.  So what are you waiting for? Sign up to this Alaska Summer Internship! Adventure awaits.

Cost: None.

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