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for Limited Term Employment (LTE) openings. LTE jobs are temporary and/or part-time positions that provide excellent experience when competing for permanent positions.

Internship programs

The DNR participates in internship programs, work-study opportunities, and other programs that provide students with opportunities to learn about our organization and what we do. These opportunities allow students to explore different careers and helps them find the career that makes them happy. We look for highly qualified and motivated individuals and strive to provide a welcoming work environment where interns can gain valuable experience and confidence while building a network of contacts who can help them learn and succeed in their chosen field. Most of our opportunities are paid internships and/or involve school credit.

State of Wisconsin Student Diversity Internship Program

The State of Wisconsin Student Diversity Internship Program (SWSDIP) offers paid internship opportunities for students wishing to explore different careers based on their unique interests. The program is designed to advance career goals and skills while providing an understanding of various agencies of state government. Our vision is to provide valuable, professional work experiences with varied learning opportunities for a diverse group of students interested in public service. Our goal is to encourage students to envision a future career with the State of Wisconsin.

Learn more about this program.

See the DNRs available internships for 2020.

Apply for an internship by March 2, 2020.

Mackenzie Center

The MacKenzie Center near Poynette has unpaid internships available for students interested in experience as a Wildlife Technician, Environmental Educator, and in Facilities and Grounds Operations. Learn more about the MacKenzie Center and these internships here.

Apply now to be a FIN'tern!

The Fishing in the Neighborhood (FIN) program partners with local parks and community organizations to bring learn-to-fish opportunities to area residents and visitors from June through August. Find out more about the FIN program.

Last revised: Tuesday January 14 2020