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Texas Community Watershed Partners seeks Green Infrastructure Student Intern

Texas Community Watershed Partners (a part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Disaster Assessment and Recovery Unit) in Houston is seeking applications for a paid Student Intern position for the spring 2023 semester, January – May, working 20 hours per week. The intern is expected to work in person at the office in the Clear Lake Houston area (near Johnson Space Center).

This position will support green infrastructure planning and education efforts along the Texas Coast. Responsibilities include compiling research and creating case studies on green infrastructure topics, preparing outreach materials (web, print, and social media), supporting meetings and trainings (both virtual and in person), as well as other tasks to assist Green Infrastructure for Texas (GIFT) program staff. Duties may also include driving a University vehicle and lifting up to 40 lbs. Cross-training on related projects, such as stormwater wetland installation, and data reporting may occur within TCWP’s GIFT

The Intern applicant must be a self-starter with a positive attitude and able to work independently as well as collaboratively in the office as part of the growing GIFT team. Applicants must be enrolled in a college or university with a degree plan in planning, landscape architecture, environmental science, engineering, biology, natural resource science, or comparable field of study. Knowledge of green infrastructure practices
is preferred as well as previous work experience. Public speaking is required as well as writing and editing skills. A clean driving record is required.

For more information contact Charriss York, Charriss.york@ag.tamu.edu
Send letter of interest and resume by e-mail only.