Internships at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science allow high school and college students to gain hands-on experience in scientific research, collections and archives, behind-the-scenes in our various administrative departments, and out in the community. These programs are valuable stepping stones toward careers in the natural sciences.

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2015 Teen Science Scholars

As a Teen Science Scholar, you will collaborate with professional scientists in the field and in the lab at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

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Native American Science Internship

This internship is offered by the Department of Anthropology to currently enrolled, undergraduate, or graduate-level students of Native American descent.

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Paleontology Field Internship

Interns will assist the Laramidia Project team in ongoing, field-based reconnaissance and excavations in the Late Cretaceous Kaiparowits and Wahweap formations of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and to maintain a positive attitude and high level of excellence and professionalism in adverse working conditions. Intern will receive a stipend for the term of the internship. This internship is for undergraduate, graduate, and beginning professionals.

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Paleobotany Collections Internship

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science Paleobotany Research and Collections Intern will participate in all aspects of the paleobotany collections management activities related to managing a world-class and extensive fossil leaf collection.

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