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Recruiting NASA Interns, Fellows and Scholars
ZoomRadar LLC (Unpaid)
ZoomRadar as 2 unique internships available for the Spring of 2013.
1. ZoomRadar is looking for an expert weather blogger. Intern will be
responsible to update the blog daily with interesting weather analysis and
supporting illustrations/ media. Intern will also be responsible for
promoting their material on social media. In addition the candidate will be
responsible for expanding our "On This Day" weather history database. The
ideal candidate is a junior, senior or grad student meteorology major in
college with superior forecasting and analysis skills. Most important you
must demonstrate a true passion for all things weather! This is an online
position. Interested candidates please send a cover letter explaining why
you are the best person for this position to Jeff Berardelli, President
ZoomRadar LLC, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. ZoomRadar is looking for a weather geek with an expertise in marketing
and social media. The candidate should have a passion for weather and
technology, but as importantly show superior skills in marketing. Intern
will be responsible for building ZoomRadar's following on social media
sites. Intern will also be responsible for spreading ZoomRadar's brand
through building relationships with blogging and media websites. The ideal
candidate is passionate about weather, but should have a background/
classes in marketing. This is an online internship. Interested candidates
please send a cover letter explaining why you are the best person for this
position to Jeff Berardelli, President ZoomRadar LLC, email@example.com
AIR NATIONAL GUARD – OFFICER VACANCY
As a member of our community, you have served those in need. Broaden your reach by helping those in need of humanitarian assistance following a national disaster and by supporting our men and women in uniform. Please help fill a critical need for your specialized skills in the Air National Guard.
NASA DEVELOP National Program, Various Locations
DEVELOP is a NASA Science Mission Directorate Applied Sciences training and development program. Students and young professionals work on Earth science research projects, are mentored by science advisors from NASA and partner agencies, and share their research results with local communities. DEVELOP research projects demonstrate to community leaders the application and importance of NASA science measurements and predictions in addressing policy issues. Paid internships are available based upon a student's educational level. DEVELOP offices are located in 11 locations across the country, visit the DEVELOP website at http://develop.larc.nasa.gov to find a location near you and download the application. Requirements: minimum 3.0 GPA, age 16 and up, has own transportation to and from DEVELOP location, and US Citizenship for NASA Center locations.
Term dates and application deadlines are available on the DEVELOP Website (http://develop.larc.nasa.gov). Contact: Jamie Favors, DEVELOP Deputy National Science Lead, DEVELOP National Program Office, NASA Langley Research Center, Mail Stop: 307, Hampton, VA 23681. Phone: (757) 864-3761. Fax: (757) 864-3699. Email: NASA-DL-DEVELOP@mail.nasa.gov.
WKRG-TV, Mobile, AL
Weather Internships available each and every semester. Applicant should be a meteorology major with focus in broadcasting. Must receive course credit from your college or university, as a junior or senior. Days, hours, and length of internship flexible but correspond to number of credits. All contact and instructions are at http://www.wkrg.com/site/internships/
We actively search for interns throughout the year. Denver's 7 offers a wide range of internship positions for anyone interested in the broadcasting and television business, especially weather. The internship offers unlimited opportunities to acquire skills and interact with professionals in all departments of the television station.
Internships are available spring, summer and fall semesters. Semester periods run from January to May (with an application deadline of Dec. 1), May to August (with an April 1 deadline) and September to January (with a July 15 deadline).
Students have the opportunity to participate in daily duties within the Weather Center, including making the forecast, updating the website and providing content for TheDenverChannel.com, creating on-air graphics, and many other hands-on tasks.
The experiences are varied and offer a student who is academically prepared an outstanding opportunity to learn in a Top 20 television market.
To qualify, students must be either a junior or senior in college or at a university, and must receive college credits for their internship.
To become a 7NEWS weather intern, please review your status and availability with your professor or advisor; and send the following information to:
Weather Internship Coordinator
123 Speer Blvd.
Denver, CO 80203.
In the application packet you must include:
* Two letters of recommendation (at least one from a professor)
* Official college transcript
* Cover Letter (include preferred shifts and any vacation requests or other extended time they need to take off) Once we have received your complete packet, you may be contacted for an interview.
For additional information, contact 7NEWS meteorologists Lisa Hidalgo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Maureen McCann (email@example.com)
CNN, Atlanta, GA
Qualifications: Students should be at least junior level in Meteorology or
Atmospheric Sciences at an accredited University. The ideal candidate would
be interested in pursing a career in Broadcast Meteorology. Duties: Please
Note: Students @ Work Internships are paid at minimum-wage and structured
to last approximately 12 weeks. Program dates are June 19th through August
9th. Course Credit is available. Resume is required. Candidate will
participate in the production of on-air weather content. Research weather
and science related stories, and provide information to on-air talent.
Help create online content for use by CNN.com and other CNN online
platforms. Participate in breaking weather and other related breaking news
stories. A minimum of 20 hours per week is required. More information and
instructions on how to apply for the internship are located at the link:
WLS-TV Chicago, IL.
Summer internship working mainly weekends but some
work during early mornings during the work week. Applicant shoud be
between their junior and senior years of college but will consider
recent graduates and students who are entering their junior year.
Contact Elsa Claveria to receive an intern application. Email address
is Elsa.R.Claveria@abc.com Phone
number is 312 750 7273. Mailing address: WLS, 190 N. State St. Chicago,
WHOI-TV AND WAOE-TV, Peoria, IL.
Period of internship: Interns welcome any semester. Contact: Chuck
Chief Meteorologist, 2907 Springfield Road, East Peoria, Illinois
Phone: (309) 698-3743. Fax: (309) 698-2070. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEHT-TV Evansville, IN.
Position(s) available: Internship. Period of employment: anytime. Qualifications: Must be pursuing a B.S. in atmospheric science/meteorology. Contact: Wayne Hart, Chief Meteorologist, 800 Marywood Drive, Henderson, KY 42420. Phone: 800-879-8570. Email: email@example.com.
KCAU-TV (ABC) Sioux City, Iowa.
(#144) Offers unpaid internships each semester, including summer, for juniors or seniors pursuing a degree in meteorology at an accredited college or university. Students must receive college credit for the internship. All three employees in our weather department are meteorologists, and our chief meteorologist has 25 years of experience. Specific dates and times of day for the internship are flexible. Contact: Tony Reed, Executive Producer, KCAU-TV, 625 Douglas Street, Sioux City IA 51101. Or, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
NOAA Silver Spring, Maryland
NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL) Student Career Experience Program (SCEP), Silver Spring, Maryland. The SCEP at MDL is a great way to begin a career in the atmospheric sciences. Participants work with MDL scientists on real-world problems and make a significant contribution to the NWS mission. Appointments are generally 12 months in length and alternate full-time employment with full-time study. Applicants must be US citizens, have completed at least 1 year of full-time undergraduate course work, and be currently enrolled in a program leading to a degree in meteorology, atmospheric science, computer science, or oceanography. Find out more at http://www.weather.gov/mdl/coop/coop.php.
WLNS-TV Chanel 6, Lansing, MI.
Positions available: Up to two. Period of employment: Four to twelve weeks (flexible). Contact: Pat Michaels, Chief Meteorologist, WLNS-TV, 2820 East Saginaw Street, Lansing, MI 48912. Phone: 517-372-1300 (newsroom), 517-367-2155 (weather office). E-mail: email@example.com.
WBKP-TV, Marquette, MI.
Period of employment: May 15th - August 15th. Contact: Jay Polk, Chief Meteorologist, WBKP-TV, 2025 U.S. 41 West, Suites 460-470, Marquette, MI 49855. Phone: 906-225-5700. Fax: 906-225-5998. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEYI-TV, Clio, MI.
Period of internship: Interns welcome any semester. Interns must have completed synoptics 1 & 2. Contact: Mark Torregrossa, Chief Meteorologist, 2225 W. Willard Rd., Clio, MI 48420. Phone: 810-687-1000 ext.255. E-mail: email@example.com.
WRAL-TV, Raleigh, NC
Positions available: One per semester.
Period of internship: fall, spring, or summer term
Requirements: Interns must be juniors or seniors and receiving college credit for the internship.
Contact: Nate Johnson, Meteorologist/Executive Producer. firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
additional information (pdf)
WSOC-TV Channel 9 - the ABC affiliate in Charlotte, NC.
Are you creative, hardworking, upbeat, motivated, and energetic?
Do you want to be a part of a team that wins?
If so - we have the internship for you!
WSOC-TV Channel 9 - the ABC affiliate in Charlotte is looking for a few good interns.
We want to provide a practical internship experience for students pursuing a career in broadcast journalism.
additional information (pdf)
WRAL HD WeatherCenter
PRIMARY INTERNSHIP OBJECTIVES
Interns in the WRAL HD WeatherCenter will have the opportunity to work with the largest group of board-certified of broadcast meteorologists in the state of North Carolina. The internship will feature hands-on experience in all aspects of television and radio weather production, including:
- Weather forecasting — on deadline — for a large and topographically diverse area
- Advanced data-gathering and meteorological analysis techniques
- Creating informational and viewer-friendly weather graphics in an HD environment
- Coordinating with newscast and promotions producers regarding weather content
- Working with two live radar systems, including the state’s only dual-polarimetric radar
- Interpreting data and communicating during extreme weather situations
- Developing and updating content for station websites and mobile platforms
- Engaging audiences through social media, such as Twitter, FaceBook, and YouTube
- Broadcasting techniques for television (chromakey and in the field) and radio
While the focus will be on experience specific to the WeatherCenter, all interns will be exposed to other aspects of TV news production, including news and promotions production, reporting, photojournalism, editing, broadcast production, and new media publishing. This includes the opportunity to shadow staff, including reporters and photographers, in the field.
Prospective interns should be prepared to commit to 10-20 hours per week of active participation throughout a term, primarily during the late afternoon or early evening time frame. As WRAL News is a 24/7 operation, interns should also expect some of those hours to be early mornings, late nights, and weekends.
THIS IS AN UNPAID INTERNSHIP. Prospective interns should be juniors or seniors enrolled on at least a half-time basis at a college or university. Participation must be undertaken for academic credit under the supervision of their academic adviser.
Interested students should go online at http://jobs.cbc-raleigh.com/ and apply for the “TV WeatherCenter Intern” position under the WRAL-TV location (requisition number 13057). Applications should specify a preference for the summer term, fall semester, or either. Direct any questions about the internship to WeatherCenter Executive Producer Nate Johnson (email@example.com). No phone calls, please.
Three Intern Meteorologists for
North Dakota Atmospheric Resource Board
Location: Bismarck, Bowman, and Stanley, North Dakota
Salary: $11.50/hour plus time and a half for over 40 hours worked
Closing Date: March 28, 2013
Position Number: 770-6809
Status: Temporary Seasonal (hours may vary – weather dependent)
Duration: May 28-29 and June through August
Type of Recruitment: Internal/External
Job Order Number: None
Date Posted to Web: February 27, 2013
Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must be majors in Meteorology or Atmospheric Science. Good communication skills are required.
Preferred Qualifications: Completion of meteorological course work, especially courses in radar meteorology, weather modification, cloud physics and forecasting, and computer knowledge of Windows, Mac, and Linux/Unix-based operating systems and software are also strong qualifying factors.
Application Procedures:Please submit a cover letter, State of North Dakota Employment Application (SFN10950 located at http://www.nd.gov/hrms/jobs/appforms.html), a copy of your college transcript, and a resume. Also include the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references. Applications must be emailed or postmarked no later than March 28, 2013 and should be sent to:
ND Atmospheric Resource Board
900 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 770
Bismarck, ND 58505-0850
Summary of Work: Successful applicants will assist the radar meteorologists in the direction of cloud seeding operations from radar field offices located in Bowman and Stanley, ND, help prepare daily convective forecasts from the NDARB office in Bismarck, and support the Atmospheric Resource Board’s Cooperative Observer Network (ARBCON). Operations are conducted around the clock, seven days per week, as weather conditions dictate. Job requirements (Bowman and Stanley ND) include the operation of a 5-cm digital Doppler weather radar equipped with IRIS and TITAN software, direction of seeding aircraft, use of two-way radio, and data recording. Job requirements (Bismarck, ND) include making daily convective forecasts and supporting the ARBCON rain gauge network. Additional duties include record- keeping, assisting with radar calibrations and maintenance, keeping work areas clean, and maintaining weather watch. Intern Meteorologists will be required to rotate project sites during the summer. Assistance will be provided locating housing accommodations and rental costs may be subsidized dependent upon amount paid and location.
The NDARB will conduct a pre-project ground school and orientation in Bismarck on May 28-29, 2013; all project personnel are required to attend. The field phase of the project begins at noon on June 1, 2013 and continues as weather dictates, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through the project’s conclusion on August 31, 2013. Allowance will be made for interns needing to return to school during the latter half of August.
As an employer, the State of North Dakota prohibits smoking in all places of state employment in accordance with N.D.C.C. § 23-12-10.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
The state of North Dakota does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetics, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services and complies with the provision of the North Dakota Human Rights Act.
WBNS - Television (CBS), Columbus, Ohio
Period of Internship: Interns are welcome any semester/quarter. Must be at
least a college junior and be able to work 15 hours per week (unpaid). We
require students to have completed at least some basic
meteorology/forecasting classes and be prepared to demonstrate forecasting
abilities. Students must also be receiving college credit for the
internship. Send resume, meteorology classes completed and cover letter to:
Eric Elwell, WBNS-TV Internships, 770 Twin Rivers Drive, Columbus, OH
43215. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
KATU-TV, Portland, OR.
Period of employment: Flexible. Applicants should have completed at least one year toward their B.S. in meteorology. Contact: Rob Marciano, 2153 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR 97232. Phone: (503) 231-4269. E-mail: email@example.com.
NBC 10 Philadelphia, PA.
Position(s) available: Meteorology Internship. Qualifications: Must be a college junior, senior, or graduate student and able to receive academic credit. Application and Additional Information: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/on-air/about-us/Internships_at_NBC_10.html
WTAJ-TV, Altoona, PA.
Interns welcome any semester. Interns with interests inside and outside broadcasting are welcome. Forecasting is stressed along with the communication of the forecasts. Contact: Joe Murgo, Chief Meteorologist, 5000 6th Ave. Altoona, PA 16602. Phone: (813) 942-1010 ext. 163. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHBQ TV FOX 13 Memphis, TN.
Position(s) available: Intern. Period of employment: Negotiable. Number of positions: open. Qualifications: Must be 21 years old, good academic standing, letter of recommendation. Contact: Jim Jaggers, 485 South Highland, Memphis, TN 38111. Phone: 901-320-1362. Fax: 901-320-1517. Email: email@example.com.
KBMT-TV Beaumont, TX.
Position(s) available: TV Weather Internship. Period of employment: Any semester. Number of positions: 1. Qualifications: College student enrolled in on-campus B.S. meteorology program. Contact: Erik Salna, Chief Meteorologist, KBMT-TV, 525 Interstate 10 South, Beaumont, TX 77704-1550. Phone: 409-833-7512. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
KRBC-TV Abilene, TX.
Period of Employment: Interns welcome any semester. Contact: Craig Carnesi, Chief Meteorologist, 4510 South 14th Street, Abilene, TX 79605. Phone: 325-692-4242. Newsroom Hotline: 325-692-7372. Fax: 325-695-0321. Email : email@example.com
KING-TV, Seattle, WA.
Period of employment: June 1 through September 1 (negotiable). Contact: Jeff Renner, Chief Meteorologist, KING Television, 333 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98074. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paid summer internship opportunity with the National Transportation Safety Board's (NTSB) Office of Aviation Safety for a student with experience and interest in aviation meteorology and competence in computer coding. This announcement closes March 16th.
Please note: Meteorology applicants are encouraged to include a brief cover letter with their application packet that identifies themselves as having interest and experience in meteorology.
The Washington Post's weather team, the Capital Weather Gang, is seeking qualified candidates for possible summer and fall internships. The intern will assist in developing multimedia (including text, graphics, and video) weather and climate content for the web and mobile devices (blogs and social media), and print. He/she may also work on projects involving data analysis, historical research, and/or forecast verification. Ideal candidates will be college junior or seniors or graduate students in atmospheric science passionate about the communication of weather information across digital and print platforms. Outstanding analytical, writing, and presentation skills are desired. Prospective interns must be students currently enrolled in a degree program, and, if selected, must submit one of the following on or before the first day of the internship: 1) documentation showing that academic credit is being received (i.e. a copy of the course registration), or 2) a letter from a professor, department head, or academic advisor stating that the internship significantly contributes to the student's current degree program, or 3) a letter from the school stating that the internship is part of a work-study or independent study program. Hours per week: 16 hours maximum, unpaid, with flexible scheduling. Interested candidates should email Jason Samenow, Weather Editor, at email@example.com and attach resume.
WCHS/WVAH-TV, Charleston, WV.
Period of employment: May - August. Contact: Tony Mainolfi, 1301 Piedmont Road, Charleston, WV 25301. Phone: 304-345-4115. Fax: 304-345-1849. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WDBJ-DT, Roanoke, VA.
Period of internship: Interns welcome any semester including holiday and summer breaks. Contact: Robin John Reed, Chief Meteorologist, 2807 Hershberger Road, Roanoke, VA 24017. Phone: (540) 985-3614. Fax: (540) 353-3614. E-mail: email@example.com
Positions fill quickly so visit our website at http://www.wdbj7.com and click on Job Openings to fill out the internship application online.
WLUK-TV in Green Bay, WI
Accepting resumes for meteorology internship candidates. Candidates must be full-time students at an accredited
university majoring in meteorology and must receive college credit for the internship. Position is unpaid. Hours and dates are flexible.
Preference will be given to students who have completed synoptic and dynamic meteorology. Students will learn and practice forecasting
techniques, assist building weather graphics, answer phones, download model data, and practice on chromakey.If you are interested, please send
your resume and a cover letter to: Patrick Powell,Chief Meteorologist, WLUK-TV, Patrick.Powell@wluk.com, 787 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304