STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
Get a breath of fresh air while managing and exploring public lands in the United States! Share your innovative ideas and gain valuable experience to put toward your future career. Here you can trade the classroom for the great outdoors while you make money as a paid Intern or as part of our many programs for Recent Graduates. Learn from and work alongside experienced professionals in breathtaking locations across the country.
This exciting opportunity will allow you to explore your passion for nature, discover new talents and develop your skills. With BLM's multiple-use mission, you can truly make a difference on a wide variety of lands across the nation.
To discover which program offered by BLM is right for you, please see below for further information.
A paid opportunity that allows students to work at the BLM while enrolled in school on a full- or half-time basis.
Recent Graduates Program
A dynamic one-year training program that puts you on the path to your chosen career.
Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program
A two-year on-the-job training and development program for advanced degree candidates.
Learn more about the Presidential Management Fellows program.
Public Lands Corps Program
An opportunity for young adults, ages 16-25, to work on conservation projects on public lands.
DOI Secretarial Direct Hire Authority for the Resource Assistant Internship Program
An 11-week rigorous internship program for current students or recent grads, with particular attention to minority serving institutions, veterans, women and individuals with disabilities.