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The Mānoa Political Internship Program (MPIN) is seeking applicants for government internships in the Fall 2021 semester. Applications are due March 15, 2021.
For full-time internships, the minimum application requirements are full-time enrollment status at UH-Mānoa, junior standing, and a 3.0 GPA. Part-time internships have the same requirements, but with a minimum of sophomore standing.
Although MPIN is sponsored by UH-Mānoa's College of Social Sciences and Department of Political Science, the internships are open to UH-Mānoa undergraduate students of all majors.
Hawaii Marine Animal Response has internships available!
" Are you interested in working to preserve marine protected species and the ocean ecosystem through field response, outreach, education, rescue and stranding response? Are you interested in living in Hawaii and helping native species such as the Hawaiian monk seal, sea turtles, sea birds and cetaceans?
If so, Hawaii Marine Animal Response’s internship program might be the right fit for you! Internships last at least 3 months and have a time requirement of a minimum of 20 hours a week. Interns can work in our Field Support & Outreach, Marine Debris, or Education & Engagement Programs. To find out more about these opportunities visit our website at: http://h-mar.org/jointheteam/ "
Do you want to learn essential data skills for a 21st century economy? Do you want to gain exposure to data science, health analytics, and data visualization? Do you have a passion for mental health, substance use, houselessness, and behavioral health? Do you have an interest in using data to make the world a better place? Consider applying to the new paid Summer Health Analytics Internship (UH-SHAI) program! This internship program will be held from June 14 to July 23, 2021. Applications may be submitted now through April 1, 2021. Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. This program is open to current first- or second-year undergraduate students. Click here to learn more.
The Primate Caregiver/Documentarian Internship is a unique immersion program facilitating learning about New World primates and animal sanctuary operations on an intimate, in depth, all-encompassing level. Training is tailored for each Intern and progress is evaluated at each stage of instruction.