Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative

Available Internships

The IIC works to create, maintain, and strengthen partnerships between public land agencies and regional youth with paid, education-based internship programs. Internships are available for college students, high school students and recent graduates and range from field-based to administrative opportunities.

Operating in Southern Utah, northern Arizona, and eastern Nevada, each internship is located at different state and federal public land agencies, providing unique experiences in each location and hands-on training in a variety of fields. These internships provide students the needed skills to pursue potential career opportunities as well as the chance to explore fields of of their own potential interest. Several interns have been able to move from internship into careers.

In 2017 the IIC had over 220 interns located at dozens of different locations. Don’t hesitate to apply for an internship!

List of Internships

Historic Structure Maintenance – Pipe Spring National Monument
Visitor Services – Zion National Park
Visitor Management – Zion National Park
Museum Conservation – Pipe Spring National Monument
Interpretation Intern – Pipe Spring National Monument

ALL IIC INTERNSHIPS MUST BE TIED TO AN ACADEMIC CREDIT such as: Departmental internships, EDGE, Practicums, UNIV-2890, Etc.