The need for preserving all of our nation’s history has never been greater, we’re counting on you! HBCUI relies on a variety of majors to make the movement work. From Engineering to History, and Business to Biology – your skills can make an impact.

Your HBCUI summer isn’t just about your past. It’s also about your future. Many careers have started with HBCUI service. Gain real-world, on-the-job experience while exploring careers in the federal government.

Join students from around the country who are putting their unique skills and talents to work in preserving the contributions of African Americans to our nation’s history and culture. Where better to begin the movement than at your historical institution?

Resource Assistants Program (RAP)

Greening Youth Foundation's Resource Assistants Program (RAP) is an 8 – 12-month professional development program for soon-to-be and recent college or university graduates.As a Resource Assistant, you will have the opportunity to conduct work that is critical to delivering the Forest Service’s mission of caring for and managing our public lands. All of this is done under the guidance of an experienced Forest Service mentor.Discover exciting opportunities across many majors, including -- Archeology, Biology, Geography, Hydrology, Civil Engineering, Communications, Forestry, Landscape Architecture, and more!BENEFITS1. Excellent Pay2. $1,000 monthly housing stipend3. Option to opt into health insurance4. Up to $2,750 for Professional DevelopmentELIGIBILITY1. Must be 17 years of age2. Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident3. Must be a recent graduate or currently enrolledDon’t miss your chance to secure an internship! Recruitment begins October 2023.

Closure is October 27thCONTACT: Rasheda Jackson(678) 557-8493 or [email protected]

2023 HBCUI Intern

Job Description
NPS Unit: Various Openings Across the Country
The Greening Youth Foundation's (GYF) mission is to engage under-represented youth and young adults, while connecting them to the outdoors and careers in conservation. GYF's cultural based environmental education programing engages children from local communities and exposes them to healthy lifestyle choices to create an overall healthy community. GYF believes that youth and young adults from diverse backgrounds can benefit from the career opportunities presented within the state and federal land management sectors. Accordingly, GYF continues to develop and strengthen partnerships with land management agencies to provide service and internship opportunities for youth and young adults thereby creating pathways to conservation careers.
Position Description: Every year our organization hosts interns from HBCU's around the world and places them in internships within the National Parks Services for 11 weeks during the summer.
Our mission is having a better representation for people of color in the federal government.
Direct Hiring Authority Positions
Start Date: May 8, 2023
End Date: July 28, 2023
Public Land Corps Positions
Start Date: May 15, 2023