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USIECR Internship Announcement
For Former Udall Foundation Scholars, Fellows and Congressional Interns
The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution (the U.S. Institute) was created by Congress in 1998 to assist parties in
collaborative problem solving (conflict prevention, management, and resolution) for environmental, natural resource, or public lands conflicts
involving the U.S. Government. The U.S. Institute is a program of the Udall Foundation, an independent federal agency.
Over the past decade, the Institute has become a recognized federal resource for providing federal agencies, tribal and state governments,
nongovernmental entities, and members of the public with a means to engage in dialogue and collaboration that reduce conflict, create agreement
around common interests, and increase knowledge across all parties. It consistently provides assistance on some of the most complex, high profile,
and regionally significant environmental issues in the country.
For further information about the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and its projects, visit
There are no fixed dates for U.S. Institute internships. Individuals interested in working with the U.S. Institute should submit a letter of
interest that includes skills, education, and description of interest to Bridget Radcliff, email@example.com.
Submissions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. In your application materials please indicate the dates you would be available.