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Blumenstein Internship

Charlie Blumenstein Water and Wildlife Conservation Internship

Charlie Blumenstein graduated from Colorado College in 1996 with a major in biology. He was passionate about the environment and conservation of water resources. Charlie credited his informal, out-of-classroom, extra-curricular, field experiences with his decision to become a hydrogeologist and to devote his professional life to the improvement of our water resources. After Charlie’s death in May 2003, his family and friends established a fund in his memory to recognize his passion and commitment to conservation and the outdoors through this internship.

Each year one intern is chosen for a paid summer internship position at The Nature Conservancy Silver Creek Preserve in Picabo, Idaho. The application process will begin in early spring each year with decisions expected by the end of Block 7.

The application process for the 2014 Blumenstein Summer Internship has closed. Feel free to refer to these documents to learn more about the opportunity and begin preparing for the next summer. 

Blumenstein Internship Description

Summer 2014 Blumenstein Application

Updated information for the 2015 summer should be posted in January.

Contact the Career Center for more information.


Click on the reports of past interns to learn more about their experience:

Caley Gallison
Summer 2013

Caley Gallison


Ham Wallace
Summer 2012              Ham Wallace                                                


 

Collin Knauss
Summer 2011                                                                           Collin Knauss

Dominique Lucio
Summer 2010

Dominique Lucio 


Meredith Stewart
Summer 2009

Meredith Stewart

 

 

 

 

More reports from past years:

Conner Hunihan - Summer 2008

Avery Mackenzie - Summer 2007

Lonny Fritzler - Summer 2006

Kevin Weitemeir - Summer 2005

Rachael Record - Summer 2004