Environmental Protection Agency's National Network for Environmental Management Studies (NNEMS) Pr

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 Deadline: 

February 8, 2013
   

Start Date: 

Summer
   

Duration: 

3 months (dates vary by project)
   

Location: 

Various locations throughout the country
   

Area of Interest: 

Arts
Biomedical Sciences
Engineering, Computer Science, and Applied Sciences
Humanities
Physical Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Other:
   

Category: 

Clearing Houses
   

Description: 

The purpose of the NNEMS program is to: 1) Provide students with practical research opportunities and experiences in an EPA office or laboratory; 2) Increase public awareness and involvement in environmental issues; 3) Encourage qualified individuals to pursue environmental careers; and 4) Help defray the costs associated with the pursuit of academic programs related to the field of environmental protection, such as pollution control, science, engineering, technology, social science, and specialty areas. Students may choose from approximately 40 research projects in the areas of environmental policy, regulation and law; environmental management and administration; environmental science; and public relations and communications.
   

Benefits: 

Recipients of NNEMS fellowships receive a stipend based on their level of education and the duration and location of the project.

   

Major(s): 

Earth & Environmental Science
Applied Ecology
Environmental Analysis & Design

   

GPA: 

3.0

   
Year In School at 
start of program: 
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
   
Employment 
 Eligibility: 
Has Citizenship
Has Permanent Residence
Has Work Permit
Other: 
   

Required 
Documents: 

Resume
Personal Statement
Letters of Recommendation
Other: Transcript
 

Contact: 

NNEMS Contact
NNEMS Fellowship Program, Tetra Tech EM Inc.
1881 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 200
Reston, VA 20191

Email: support@grants.gov

 

Program Website: 

http://www.epa.gov/enviroed/NNEMS/
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