Intern Policy and Procedures

The Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI

About this webpage:

Interns are students or recent graduates that are placed with projects for training in conservation field biology methods. They are not employed by the project. The internship program must have an educational component that allows the intern to develop skills and gain experience that may benefit them in future career or educational endeavors. It is recommended that forms and instructions are read in the order that they appear. Files may be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

1. Intern General Guidelines

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2. Intern Checklist

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3. Internship Program Application

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4. Intern Position Description

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5. Intern Application

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6. Intern Waiver

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7. Sample Letter of Invitation

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8. Report of Work-Related Injury or Illness

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9. WH-1 Statement of Citizenship and Federal Tax Status

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