JCC environmental science student examines a dragonfly

Internship Opportunities

At Jamestown Community College, we realize that there's no substitute for hands-on, real world experience. Academics internships provide short-term, credit-bearing work experience in which a student is guided by a faculty sponsor and mentored by a professional who provides opportunities in the field. As an intern, you can help serve the needs of an organization, network with others in the discipline, and gain valuable skills and experience. Students who have successfully completed at least 24 credits and earned a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 are encouraged to pursue the many internship opportunities made possible through experiential learning. For more information on the general process of establishing an internship and earning college credit for your work, please visit our internships page. You can also view a list of employers seeking interns.

For assistant in exploring and securing an environmental science, biology, or sustainability-related internship, contact Jan Bowman in the Science Center on the Jamestown Campus. Need a hand perfecting your resume and cover letter? Visit the Counseling and Career Center.

Internship Possibilities

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