The Center for Protected Area Management (CPAM) works with protected area agencies and non-profit organizations to create internship opportunities for students. Because CPAM is based in a large land-grant university in one of the largest colleges of natural resources in the world, we are well positioned to be able to promote and recruit top student talent for internship positions. In addition to Colorado State University students, we are able to recruit students from a half dozen additional Universities located along the Colorado Front Range and in Wyoming.
THE 2021 INTERNSHIP PROGRAM:
For more information on the 2021 Rocky Mountain National Park Internship Program, please refer to the detailed internship position flyer and application instructions below:
Connect to the Following Internship Information Sessions Via Zoom:
Info Session #1
Wednesday March 24, 2021
6:00 PM Mountain Standard Time
Info Session #2
Thursday, March 25, 2021
12:00 PM Mountain Standard Time
How to Apply
In order to apply for this internship position, interested applicants need to fill out our application form located HERE. Through the on-line application form, you will be able provide us with basic information, respond to specific questions about the internship, and upload 2 additional documents that are required to apply: (1) a resume (max 2 pages) and (2) a reference letter from a professor or previous employer. Be sure to provide details related to your climbing experience in your application. This should include style of climbing and grades. You will also need to describe your ability to hike in mountainous terrain on and off trail, and any experience climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday April 1, 2021 by 11:59pm
Rocky Mountain National Park Internship Program: Summer 2018 Alumni
The Center for Protected Area Management offered 3 internship positions at Rocky Mountain National Park for the 2018 season. Three students, Tyrus McLachlan, Andrew Sampson, and Joe Sarr, from the Colorado State University departments of Watershed Science, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, and History, formed the second cohort serving as Forestry, Backcountry, and Museum Specialist interns for the park