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DNR offering 200 paid summer internships

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is looking for passionate and dedicated college students interested in learning more about possible careers with the DNR through paid summer internship opportunities.

According to a news release, DNR summer interns not only gain valuable experience and training, but also help the agency create a healthy, sustainable and livable Minnesota for future generations.

The internship opportunities, located throughout the state, run the gamut of agency operations — from accounting to wildlife management. Interns work 20 to 40 hours per week, and receive a competitive salary of $15 an hour. As part of their internships, students must also fulfill an academic requirement or receive academic credit from their educational institution.

To apply, visit the state of Minnesota careers website and enter “intern” into the keywords field on the job search page. Select “Natural Resources Dept” in the “Agency” column on the left side of the page. Choose the internship(s) of interest and click the apply button to submit an application.

Applications will be open until Jan. 31. Positions will start in May and June.

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To request an accommodation or alternative format of the applications, contact the DNR at ADAdiversity.DNR@state.mn.us, 651-259-5016 or call using a preferred telecommunications relay provider.

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