Innovative Weather at UW-Milwaukee is excited to announce openings in our professional internship program available to qualified students. We are now accepting resumes through Friday, November 1, 2019, preceding interviews in early November. This internship is open to intended and declared Atmospheric Science undergraduates at all levels of study, including freshmen and sophomores, as well as all Atmospheric Science graduate students.
Innovative Weather is a 24/7 operational forecast internship that serves partners from across the Midwest including Summerfest, WUWM, We Energies, Lake Express, Alliant Energies and several others. IW provides weather risk-assessment and decision-support services, which allow our partners to make timely and cost effective decisions for the well being of their staff and operation as well as the customers they serve. Students acquire forecasting skills and experience through our training program and then are invited to participate as full paid staff in the program as they continue to develop personal and professional skills that will be foundational for them in all phases of their lives and future careers. For more information, please visit innovativeweather.com.
If you would like to apply for this round of intern positions, please email Alex Bukvich (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Paul Roebber (email@example.com) a copy of your cover letter and resume by Friday, November 1, 2019, preceding interviews in early November.
All students interested in learning more about Innovative Weather, independent of whether you plan to apply for the formal internship at this time, are invited to attend the three-week Innovative Weather pre-internship program. This program will begin Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 5-6:15 pm, at the Innovative Weather offices at the UWM Alumni House. Please e-mail Alex Bukvich to RSVP for the pre-internship.
Thank you for your interest in Innovative Weather at UW-Milwaukee!
Alex Bukvich, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interim Director of Operations – Innovative Weather
Paul Roebber, email@example.com
Innovative Weather Program Director