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Internship Opportunities for Students

Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System StudiesDeadline passed

The UMD Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies (CISESS) offers paid summer internships mentored by our CISESS scientists to work on NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) projects covering a large range of topics including climate studies, satellite data assimilation, artificial intelligence, 3D visualization of meteorology maps, and more.  

The program is aimed at Undergraduates and High School seniors. It has an extensive range of topics, including climate studies, satellite data assimilation, artificial intelligence, 3D visualization, support for the remote sensing laboratory, and more. See what students did last year at https://cisess.umd.edu/outreach/students-page/.

This year, the Grand Challenges: Addressing Climate Challenges for a Sustainable Earth Project will provide additional funding to support more interns, specifically on climate studies and local impacts of our changing climate.

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Climate Resilience Network – Deadline: Deadline passed

The UMD Climate Resilience Network, a project supported by a UMD Grand Challenges Institutional Grant offers paid summer internships mentored by UMD climate scientists to work on projects that meaningfully support our region in addressing the societal impacts of climate change. This program is aimed at Undergraduates and High School seniors.

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Maryland Mesonet – Deadline: Deadline passed

The Maryland Mesonet, a joint project between UMD Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and the Maryland Department of Emergency Management, offers paid summer internships mentored by UMD climate scientists to work on projects that meaningfully support our region in addressing the societal impacts of climate change. Mesonet permits the student to pursue their own research topic according to their interests using their experiences during the summer.

 

There are two research tracks available for students: Data science/weather research and Environmental science/Field work and study.

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