Keystone Science School internship program taking applications |

Keystone Science School internship program taking applications

The Keystone Science School announced its High School Internship Program for Summit High School students ages 16-19. This paid program aims to deliver an all-encompassing learning experience for its participants, including practical skills that can be carried into future experiences, a keen sense of leadership and personal responsibility and the opportunity to develop a knowledgeable appreciation for the natural environment.

The internship program takes place from December 2010-April 2011, totaling a 24-hour time commitment. Interns will have the opportunity to teach and assist several programs, guide an intercultural hike and participate in a series of three three-hour training sessions. Applications are currently being accepted through Tuesday. Applicants are required to complete a cover letter explaining their reasoning for applying for the program and two letters of recommendation. More information can be found on the school website at Questions can be directed to Monica Diaz, administrative and

logistics coordinator, at (970)455-4228 or

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