Pathways Intern Participant Agreement

A participation agreement is reached between you and the USGS, which meets the requirements and expectations. It provides the education and work requirements for your internship and the expected completion date of these requirements. This internship may result in a permanent job (or perhaps a 13-month term, but no more than 4 years in total) after successfully completing your training and program needs. Click here for a copy of the internship agreement. This component gives you valuable professional experience in relation to your academic academic goal of study or career. The program is designed as a partnership between you and the USGS. The internship combines academic learning in the classroom with hands-on work experience and gives you paid work experience in your academic career goals or in your field of study. Like the private sector, the USGS will be streamlined and restructured to become more efficient. USGS continues to recruit job opportunities that provide critical services and maintain our high scientific and technical know-how. USGS intern positions are very competitive.

We want to attract students who demonstrate the talent, skills and skills that meet our future workforce needs. Non-federal internship experience is in a functional field or field that refers to the target position of the students. A participation agreement is reached between you and the USGS, which defines the requirements and expectations. It offers the education and work requirements for your internship and the expected completion date of the training and the needs of the office. Students in this program can apply for an additional internship based on their field of study. Click here for a copy of the internship agreement. Job offers for this internship offer temporary work that can give you valuable work experience. Employment can range from summer jobs to jobs that can last as long as you are a student (in increments of 1 year or less). The tasks should not relate to your field of study. Click here to see a comparison diagram between the two types of internal appointments. The USGS Internship Program aims to provide students enrolled in a wide range of educational institutions, from high school to high school, the opportunity to work in agencies and explore federal careers while they are still in school and are being paid for the work they do.