New Job Forestry Student Assistant - Summer 2024 In Michigan

Forestry Student Assistant - Summer 2024
Forestry Student Assistant - Summer 2024

Forestry Student Assistant - Summer 2024

Company : State of Michigan
Salary : $10.10 - $26.53 an hour
Location : Michigan

Full Description


$10.10 - $26.53 Hourly


Various, MI

Job Type

Non Career

Job Number



Natural Resources

Opening Date


Closing Date

12/31/2023 11:59 PM Eastern

Bargaining Unit


Job Description

This process is for current and potential vacancies for summer 2020. )*

DNR Forest Resources Student Experience Program 2016

About the program:
Join the DNR’s Forest Resources Division for a paid student position working directly in the field with natural resource professionals. The Forest Resources Student Experience Program will prepare students for rewarding careers in natural resources management, public service, and future leadership.

Students will learn and apply skills in a hands-on setting, contributing to the responsible management of Michigan's state forests and the health of our state's public and private lands.

These positions are limited to 129 hours per month.

responsibilities are tailored to each student and could involve :) :/

  • Timber sale preparation, survey and marking.
  • Permits, contracts or management plans.
  • Assisting with forest regeneration surveys. )
  • Assisting with forest health surveys.
  • Working with GIS data to support land management.

We are filling positions in the following locations :

  • Atlanta
  • Baldwin
  • Baraga
  • Cadillac
  • Gaylord
  • Gladwin
  • Grayling
  • Gwinn
  • Newberry
  • Roscommon
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Shingleton
  • Vanderbilt

This posting will be used to fill 19 vacancies.

Required Education and Experience


The current enrollments in high school, vocational or technical school, or post-secondary educational institution.

Preferred post secondary educational institutions : )


No specific type or amount is required.

Additional Requirements and Information

The student must provide evidence of admission to an educational institution. '

Non-engineer employees are not eligible for insurance benefits or paid time off, however, they may be able to participate in a deferred compensation plan 401(k) and/or 457.