🔗GIS Intern – 700 hours
National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program
The successful candidate will work at the National Park Service’s Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC) with the GIS coordinator/archeologist to create GIS data for past archeological surveys and scan related reports. This unit supports planning and project reviews in 70+ national park units throughout the region so the intern’s effort will help to update and fill gaps in data affecting a wide range of natural, historic, and cultural sites. In order to determine the location and extent of the archeological surveys, the intern will work with a variety of sources such as GPS data, CAD data, reports, oversized maps, and field notes. The intern may also perform duties such as downloading and processing base data, creating map templates, and assisting with management of mobile GPS equipment. The intern will have access to online GIS training for special topics as needed.
This internship is offered by the National Council for Preservation Education in cooperation with the National Park Service.