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The Center for the Urban River at Beczak offers internships to students looking to gain hands-on experience in education, the sciences and more. Interns play a vital role in supporting our education programs by assisting educators with our inquiry-based Hudson River lessons, team-teaching and leading classes. Interns also help out with our various research projects including water quality monitoring, eel sampling, and fish surveys (seining).

Internship placements are available during the spring, summer, and fall semesters and may be non-credit or for academic credit. Prior experience in education, research, and/or Hudson River ecology is desirable but not necessary as training will be provided. All positions are unpaid unless otherwise noted. For additional information contact Outreach Coordinator Jason Muller at Please see below for available positions.

Applications are being accepted for Spring and Summer 2024 internship positions with our seining research and education programs.

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