The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board offers students unpaid internship opportunities for fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Gain useful skills that complement your studies and help in future employment.
If you are thinking of working in a conservation-related career, our internship program could be a great start for you. The TSSWCB is the state agency that administers Texas’ soil and water conservation law and coordinates conservation and nonpoint source water pollution abatement programs throughout the state. Learn about the wide array of programs administered by our agency.
Interns are given the opportunity to gain experience from our divisions including, Communications, Financial Operations, Flood Control, Intergovernmental Affairs, Nonpoint Source, and Water Quality Management.
Workweek and hours are flexible. Depending on the position, interns may work up to 40 hours per week.
Water Quality Management Plan Program:
Dublin Regional Office
Harlingen Regional Office
Mt. Pleasant Regional Office
San Angelo Regional Office
Flood Control Program:
Nonpoint Source Management Plan Program:
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, currently enrolled in college courses, or recently graduated from an accredited college/university within the past year.
Interns must work at least 20 hours a week.
How to Apply
You can also mail completed internship applications to:
Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board
Attn: Human Resources
1497 Country View Lane
Temple, Texas 76504