CSU’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML) early-career development program is offering paid internship, mentorship, and workforce development opportunities on military installations.
If you are a student, recent graduate, or early-career professional who is interested in learning more about federal land management, these technician positions are the perfect opportunity to build connections, meet mentors, and gain hands-on experience. Working under the guidance of seasoned natural or cultural resource specialists, you will learn practical application and techniques. You’ll learn about careers in military lands management and have an opportunity to contribute to military conservation efforts. You will also increase your understanding of the regulatory framework and the complexities of managing natural and cultural resources. These opportunities will help you excel in your chosen field.