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ANR Group Inc

Industry: STEM

Category: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Type: Internship

Location: In-Person in Richland

Application Deadline: Jul. 29, 2024

Starts: Aug. 5, 2024

Available Positions: 1

Salary Range: $21.55 - $23.93

Hours Per Week: 40 - 40

$ Paid
 Full Time
 Part Time

Available Days of the Week

  • Monday - Preferred
  • Tuesday - Preferred
  • Wednesday - Preferred
  • Thursday - Preferred


ANR Group Inc is recruiting students currently enrolled in or have an interest in Environmental science,  Cultural Resources,  Archaeology/Anthropology,  Ecological Resources,  or related program for a summer internship opportunity with Hanford Mission Integration Solutions on the Hanford site in Richland,  WA.

This internship is open to students with any class standing,  including recent high school graduates that are enrolled for fall classes.  The internship will last approximately 12-to-14-week internship.  The internship will be completed sometime between May 2024 and September 30,  2024,  depending on the student’s availability.  This position is a full-time,  40 hour per week internship.  The schedule is Monday-  Thursday,  6 a.m.  to 4:30 p.m.  The hourly rate for this position is $21.55 to $23.93 per hour,  depending on class standing.

To apply,  complete the online application at


This internship position would support multiple programs in the Environmental directorate at HMIS with a focus on supporting Tribal Nations Program but would also gain exposure and experience working with cultural and environmental resource subject matter experts.

Work will include assisting with activities related to Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Hanford Site Programmatic Agreement for the historic built environment.  Other work includes field work,  records maintenance,  and digitization,  assisting on daily projects,  and assisting on administrative tasks within the program.

Work may include field surveys in shrub steppe habitat identifying,  recording,  and mapping plants on the Hanford Site.  Work may include identification and recording of both native and nonnative plant species,  habitat types,  mapping,  and data management.  Scope will include both field work and office tasks.  During execution of the scope the selected candidate will be required to identify plant species,  support field surveys,  scientific note collection techniques,  data management and summary writing.

The intern will work under immediate supervision of program mentors and receive general instructions on sequencing and planning of work for routine,  repetitive tasks where work is controlled by procedures.

This position requires the ability to do repetitive and manual work paying close attention to detail.


Basic Qualifications:

  • US Citizenship
  • Maintain a 2.5 GPA or better.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older at the beginning of the internship.
  • Enrolled at a college or university with an interest in environmental and cultural field sciences. 
  • Obtain and maintain an active Washington State driver’s license.
  • Physically able to walk/hike cross country for up to 10 miles a day in potentially adverse weather conditions. 
  • Requires excellent written,  oral,  listening,  and presentation skills.
  • Recent high school graduates must be enrolled in for classes for Fall quarter or semester.  Proof of enrollment is required prior to the start of the internship.
  • College students must be enrolled as a full-time student (12+  credit hours)  during the two quarters/semesters immediately preceding the start of the internship. **You may be required to submit an updated transcript prior to being considered for employment.

Desired Qualifications:

  • HS Diploma/GED/  enrolled in college for Fall 2024

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