Student Employment & Internships
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Federal Work-study Program
Federal Work-study Program
The purpose of the Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) is to expand part-time employment opportunities for students with great unmet financial need. To the maximum extent possible, FWS jobs complement and reinforce each recipient’s educational program or career goals. All current openings are posted on Handshake. Please note that most positions are filled at the beginning of the academic year, so apply early! Please contact Career Services for more information and application directions.
Project Success Paid Internship Program
Internships are an excellent way to network with potential future employers, gain hands-on professional experience, build your resume and confidence, and develop the skills and knowledge required in today's workplace. Thanks to generous funding from Ascendium, Project Success Paid Internship Program offers a limited number of paid internships to eligible students in all majors. Please check Handshake often for current openings and contact Career Services to discuss designing an internship that specifically matches your interests and career goals. Please contact Career Services for more information and application directions.
Native Fellows Program
The SKC Native Fellows Program is seeking to increase the number of Native American students who are engaged in community-based geosciences research, field experiences, and careers. The project is seeking student applications that include well-planned work experience proposals that allow applicants to gain hands-on knowledge in a geoscience field.
SKC TREES Internships in Natural Resources
Are you interested in a career in natural resources? The Salish Kootenai College Center for Tribal Research and Education in Ecosystem Sciences—SKC TREES—has opportunities for tribal and non-enrolled students of Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs). TREES places college students in science-based internships with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the U.S. Forest Service and other qualified partners. Positions available for Fire and Forestry with BIA Pathways. $5,000/year tuition support, summer job, non-competitive, post-graduation career placement.