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Jesse Pattison (Biology concentration)

Get invaluable work experience, and earn credits towards your degree!

A unique feature of our ENVS degree program is the 13-week internship, normally taken in the summer between year 3 and 4. With the ENVS Internship Coordinator's assistance, students are employed in the environmental sector according to their areas of interest and chosen concentration of study.

Read about our most recent work-experience interns below. 

Nov 10, 2020


Summer Research Assistant

Position Description:

  • Processed/categorized camera trap images of wildlife in Cooking Lake/Blackfoot Provincial
  • Recreation Area (CLBPRA)
  • Checked camera traps in CLBPRA
  • Ensured the accuracy of data
  • Gathered data for a pilot project regarding wild hogs
  • Presented at a summer research symposium

What did Jesse most like about this position?

“I really enjoyed the independence of this position. The expectations of what I was supposed to do were also very clear and that was good for me.”

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