Many of our students complete internships with either for-profit companies and non-profit organizations during select summers or January Terms. While all provide valuable career experience, some of these become gateways to long-term employment!
Here is a list of most recent internships held by Hartwick Geology and Environmental Sciences students:
Nicole Mehr ’17 interned as a researcher on “Research on Adaptation to Climate Changes” project of the Vermont EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) during the summer of 2016.
Nicholas Hills ’15 interned as a research assistant on a landfill remediation project at Hunter Wetlands Center, New South Wales, Australia, during summer of 2015.
Nicole Mehr ’17 interned as a communications writer for the Otsego County Conservation Association during January of 2015.
Jessica Domino ’15 interned in management at TransCanada in Long Island City, New York, during summer of 2014.
Clark Evans ’15 interned as a driller’s assistant with Parrat Wolff, Inc. in Pennsylvania and central New York during summers of 2013 and 2014.
Sheila Niedziela ’13 interned as a research assistant using molluscs to monitor environmental effects of oil spills at the Paleontological Research Institution in Ithaca, New York, during summer of 2012.
Tyler Hall ’13 interned as a geologist at the Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold, Inc. mine in Bagdad, Arizona, during summer of 2012.
Hayley Cooney ’13 interned as a mineral collections curator at the Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, during summer of 2012.
Tyler Hall ’13 interned as a research assistant at the Energy and Geoscience Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia, during the summer of 2011.
Kim Negrich ’11 interned as a research assistant at the Nanoscience Institute, University of Denmark, Copenhagen, during January of 2011.
Sara Timm ’10 interned as a mineral curator at the U.S. National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, in January of 2010.
Brian Terbush ’11 interned as a field assistant with IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutes for Seismology) in Wyoming during summer of 2010.
Skylar Haas ’11 worked as a National Park Service interpreter intern at Glacier National Park, Montana, during summer of 2010.