College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Internships, Scholarships & Opportunities Available 4/30/10

April 29, 2010

I. Greennii Summer 2010 Internship
II. 2010 SCA San Francisco Bay Area Internships
III. Mortar Board Honor Society Membership Applications
IV. Find Hundreds of Scholarship Listings By Searching The Connection Database!

I. Greennii Summer 2010 Internship

The Role:
-Supporting the Creative Director with various tasks including research, product and company vetting, marketing, networking and content production for our online presence
-Green festival and tradeshow attendance to gain information and further our brand recognition
-Assist in any additional marketing projects and research
-Gain exposure to the inner workings of a cutting-edge Green and sustainable startup
-Assist with summer 2010 Art and Wine festival marketing campaign and recycling program

-Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
-Must be internet-savvy and have an interest in online media
-High attention to detail and strong problem solving skills
-Strong sense of urgency and ability to meet deadlines
-Self-motivated and able to work efficiently
-Microsoft Excel, Word, Google docs and calendar
-Must be able to commute occasionally to Menlo Park or Palo Alto and to work-related events

About Us:
We are a small Green and sustainable consulting, design and resource firm. Our foundation is based on the integrity of our research and our motto is "A sustainable future for all". We are launching our website in early May and will be launching our full-blown marketing campaign June 1, 2010. We have hired the best PR firm in the industry and are excited to watch the company grow exponentially in the next few months. This internship is primarily to help us ramp up for the website launch, but the right person may find an ongoing place within the company.

Compensation and Other Perks:
This internship requires a minimum commitment of 20 hours a week. This is a non-paid internship. We offer a fun, easy-going environment, that is open to the intern's ideas and wants them to participate fully. This is a telecommuting position, and will not require in-office work, but will require some meetings and attendance at related events.

II. 2010 SCA San Francisco Bay Area Internships

Compensation and Perks:
* $75-$200 week living allowance
* Travel grant
* $1000-1250 Americorps Educational Award

General Requirements:
* Intern must be between the ages of 18-25
* Housing is not available

Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Park, #11625 Youth Leader Intern
National Park Service
48 weeks (June start date)

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park honors the contributions and sacrifices of the civilians whose efforts at home led to Allied victory in World War II. This position offers an exciting chance to work with youth on a new program in the National Park Service. In 2010 Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historic Park will create a youth program for 8-10 teens in Richmond. The youth will learn leadership and outreach skills to develop tours and create interpretive media such as podcasts that tell the untold stories of Richmond and the WWII home front.

Work with park education staff to develop program activities and mentor youth through daily operations of the program; participate in curriculum planning and program development; work with community groups to arrange lectures, training and educational fieldtrips; lead activities to teach teamwork, public speaking, and leadership skills; supervise and interact with the youth group throughout the year; encourage healthy, adaptive behavior, establish clear expectations and uphold program policies; function as member of team.

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historical Trail, #10607 Trails Planning Intern
National Park Service
June ’10 start date (26 wks)

Everyone mount up! This became a familiar call from Spanish Captain Juan Bautista de Anza. In 1776, as Americans fought for their independence in the East, Anza led almost 300 people over 1200 miles to settle Alta California. It was the first overland route established to connect New Spain with San Francisco. Take this opportunity to walk in their footsteps from Nogales, Arizona to San Francisco, California.
Assist with the inventory and documentation of trail segments and other trail resources (interpretive sites) by collecting and compiling data in the field and in the office; add to the database being compiled for the trail-wide Geographic Information System (GIS) to aid the trail staff with the documentation of trail facilities; compile trail data (physical attributes, photos, relationship to natural environment) using inventory forms; map trail alignments using GIS software hand drawn maps; draft trail segment Certification Agreements; research existing and planned trails along the alignment of the Anza trail historic corridor and identify continuous segments that may qualify for certification as the Anza recreational trail; contact recreation and planning staff in jurisdictions along trail alignment to gather trial plans and maps; review internet and other land use sources to identify proposed land use changes that have the potential to impact the integrity of the Anza NHT; search the State Clearinghouse CEQAnet database, and contact other local, regional, and State planning resources for to develop a trail-wide view of land use characteristics of each of County the trail passes through; support other JUBA efforts, such as promoting the Anza trail by making informational presentations or staffing a table or exhibit at community events or conferences, work projects, etc.

San Francisco Maritime NHP, #11630 1891 Schooner ALMA Interpretive Intern
National Park Service
6/14 start date, (8 wks)

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Is a maritime National Park with a fleet of historicl sailing vessels and historic small craft. The Scow Schooner ALMA has interpretive sails with the public and they have been extremely popular. The waterfront has historic small craft on exhibit in the water at Hyde Street Pier and occaisionally go out on the bay. One, the GRACE QUAN, is a replica Chinese Shrimp Junk that participated in programs both at San Francisco Maritime and China Camp State Park across the bay. Currently, Rangers and ranger guide staff present the intepretive programs for the ALMA sails and the small craft and a largely volunteer crew performs preservation maintenance work on the vessels. This internship is an opportunity to learn new skills: sailing, research, interpretation, and preservation maintenance of small craft, and perhaps develop a great appreciation for maritime history and a love of being on the water. This internship will take some pressure off regular park staff during the busy summer months, allowing for more interpreted programs, more preservation work, and, we hope, more fun all around.

Care for and restore the National Historic Landmark 1891 Scow Schooner ALMA and eight other historic watercraft, learning how to preserve and protect the boats, working alongside the ALMA Captain and first mate; give historic interpretive tours to the public while the vessel is sailing; assist staff with routine preservation maintenance of ALMA while the vessel is dockside; learn how to demonstrate and interpret the other historic small boats to the public.

Interested applicants:
Please send resume, cover letter and a list of reference contacts to

Questions: Justin Chow, or 703-524-2441 x.2025

III. Mortar Board Honor Society Membership Applications

Mortar Board is accepting applications for the spring semester.

Mortar Board is a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service, creates opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities, and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.

Membership is based on outstanding scholarship, leadership and service. Members must be at least in their junior year or have equivalent status. All members must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2 and must have demonstrated leadership abilities and service to the university and/or
community. Benefits include but are not limited to various internships, job opportunities, and scholarships.

If you are interested in applying for membership or an officer position, email for an application or print one from our facebook group at Email the complete application back to

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ted Kim at

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