This experiential internship program is designed to provide up to eight University of Arizona students per academic year with real world opportunities to develop workforce-relevant skills by engaging with the community on water-related issues in partnership with local Tucson 501(c)3 non-profit Watershed Management Group (WMG).

Students participating in this internship program will:
  • commit to a year of academic credit by registering for 3 units of 393/493/593 in both the fall and spring semesters
  • complete 150 hours of internship work each semester, which averages about 10 hours per week
  • be available for weekly internship program meetings at WMG facilities on Friday afternoons from 2 - 5 pm throughout the semesters, as well as some weekends
  • choose a Intership track in consultation with a WMG mentor
  • participate in hands-on work, activites and events in addition to your specific project work.

Who is Eligible: Junior, senior and graduate students at the University of Arizona are eligible to apply. Students from any major or program are welcome. Students must be in good standing, with a 2.7 GPA or higher.