InteRDom offers a wide variety of internships for undergraduate, graduate, and gap-year students. The program coordinates a customized internship experience ranging from 10 – 48 weeks in duration, according to each student's study area and career interests. InteRDom works with more than 350 organizations in public, private and non-profit sectors to match students with an organization to foster a mutually beneficial relationship.
Please note the internship opportunities listed below are samples of internships that were previously conducted, and are subject to change by season, availability and the needs of each organization.
To learn more about the field of Environmental Studies in the Dominican Republic
InteRDom provides students interested in environmental issues with internship opportunities with public and non profit organizations that conduct work related to: biodiversity, environmental education, disaster prevention and relief, policy creation, national park management, forestry, water quality improvement, alternative energy, contamination, urban agriculture, recycling, irrigation, sustainable development and community development.
The Dominican Republic is a country rich in natural resources, with an exceptionally high rate of endemism in flora and fauna. Roughly one-third of the biological species on the island cannot be found elsewhere in the world. Many of these unique plants and animals are only present in limited numbers or in very restricted ranges, which accounts for their extreme vulnerability. As a result, the country suffers from high rates of potential biodiversity loss with at least 10% of all species in danger of extinction.
Implementation and expansion of projects and programs related to the production of honey and its derivatives.
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