Imagine if your desk were a granite boulder warmed by the afternoon, the walls of your cubicle were towering pines rustled by soft alpine breezes, the ringing of your office phone were birds happily chirping away …
Ok, stop using your imagination now. The U.S. Forest Service is looking for interns for its Pathways program and will hold a hiring event on the Cal Poly Pomona campus April 20 and 21. The internship program is open to all students who are currently enrolled in high school, college (2- and 4-year) and professional, technical, vocational and trade schools.
The event will also include USDA agencies such as the Agriculture Marketing Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service the Office of the Inspector General, and the Farm Service Agency among others. In all, the agencies are looking to hire for approximately 30 positions in areas that include soil conservation, geospatial systems, agricultural commodity grading, and auditing.
Those interested in applying for positions must bring with them the following items: A resume, a current transcript (unofficial is OK) and veteran preference documentation, if applicable.
Citizens and non-citizens are eligible for the internship program provided they have a right to work in the U.S., but non-citizens must become a citizen before becoming a permanent employee.
The event will be held in the Kellogg West Conference center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For a full list of available positions, visit usajobs.gov