The Conservation and Environmental Science Program encourage all majors to pursue an internship. Internship credits are available under CES 289 and 489. Students will need to complete an internship application before enrolling.

Current Conservation and Environmental Science internship and job opportunities are circulated through the CES major Patherlist. If you would like to be added to this Pantherlist to discuss unadvertised internships suited to your interests and skills, and/or to obtain an internship application, contact …

Past CES Internships

Amanda Pastirik and Meghan Wersel

UWM Campus Green Roofs, Summer 2015

CES majors Amanda Pastirik and Meghan Wersel spent the summer laying the groundwork for a long-term research project on the presence of honeybees and bumblebees on the University’s green roofs. News article: UWM’s green roofs provide important habitat for bees

Jason Kehlenbrink

Internship with Alliance for the Great Lakes, Summer 2012

CES major Jason Kehlenbrink worked on an internship under Mai Phillips’ supervision and in collaboration with Alliance for the Great Lakes. Jason demonstrated and taught Wisconsin and Illinois high school participants of the UWM Sustainability Camp 2012 on how the water quality of Lake Michigan is sampled and monitored.