Internship Opportunity: National Weather Service in Gray Maine (voluntary position, Apply by 2/23/18)

National Weather Service in Gray, Maine seeks students for Summer Internship

Description: The National Weather Service in Gray, Maine seeks motivated students that desire to learn more about the operations in a local weather service office. In this internship, students will learn many aspects of the day-to-day operations of the office, including warning operations and forecast creation. In addition, students will have the opportunity to participate in office research and outreach.  This will give students the opportunity to determine whether a career  with the National Weather Service may be right for them.

Length of Internship: Averages two to three days per week (~10-20 hours) starting in the second half of May and continuing through early August.  This is an unpaid internship.

Eligibility: At least a half-time student pursuing a degree in meteorology or atmospheric science that has (by this summer) completed their sophomore or junior year.

What we need from you: A cover letter stating your interest in the internship and why we should select you. In addition, please send your resume that includes the coursework you have completed and any related experience. Finally, please include a copy of your most recent transcript. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.

Deadline: Friday February 23rd, 2018 Check with Bowdoin’s Career Planning office to inquire about Internship Funding.

How you will be chosen: Applicants will be selected based on a combination of coursework, references, resume, cover letter and a potential phone interview.

Please send your information to:  justin.arnott@noaa.gov or Justin Arnott
Science and Operations Officer National Weather Service
P.O. Box 1208 1 Weather Lane
Gray, ME 04039