Geoscience & Public Policy Internships
- What role science plays in public policy?
- How Congress affects the geosciences?
- How to become an active citizen-geoscientist?
- Apply your science knowledge to public policy?
- Meet with key federal science policymakers?
- Attend House and Senate hearings?
- Conduct research on current policy issues?
AGI seeks outstanding geoscience and geo-related engineering students (undergraduate or masters) with a strong interest in federal science policy for a semester or summer internship. Interns will gain a first-hand understanding of the legislative process and the operation of executive branch agencies. They will hone their writing and web publishing skills. Each summer the AGI/AIPG interns write articles that are published in The Professional Geologist. The articles are available from the Government Affairs Articles website. Interns have the opportunity to write articles for other publications
Stipends for the interns are generously supported by AGI, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the American Institute of Professional Geologists Foundation.
Application Deadline: October 15
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists plans to sponsor an intern at AGI during the spring semester. The internship lasts 14 weeks and carries a $5,500 stipend. Interns are strongly encouraged to obtain course credit for their work.