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  • The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce is proud to facilitate short- and long-term internships with a variety of its members.

    Available at the high school and higher education levels, collectively the goal is to inspire local youth to the rewards of skills and work ethic development that motivate them to stay and pursue careers in our wonderful community.

    Initially proposed as a holiday-break internship (one needing fulfillment immediately) we encourage all Chamber members to submit internships, apprenticeships, and job-shadowing throughout the year. 


    Design Alaska is looking for Civil, Structural, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering Interns who are careerā€minded university students to join our team. We challenge our Interns with interesting projects and provide them with opportunities for personal and professional growth.


    Living Legacies: CREDITS

    Introducing students to real world experience that will help them excel in their careers. Living Legacies will mentor students to learn daily work routines. Education and mentoring to implement professional standards and companionship skills with residents.  

    Golden Heart Waste Management: CREDITS 

    An interest in keeping our community growing with a balance of proper waste management.  Soil, water, and air pollution can all be a result of improper waste disposal and occur when any of them become contaminated with hazardous materials. The high school intern will work in our front office with our office staff and learn 8 AM - 5 PM necessary office skills.  More extensive internships for those 18+.  

    Alaska Center for Children & Adults: FINANCIAL COMPENSATION

    Junior or high school intern with great interpersonal skills looking for an opportunity to work for a non-profit social service organization. Apply with a recommendation from a counselor, teacher, or other community member familiar with the student.


    Technician Apprenticeships, Administrative, Emergency Management and IT Internships, and IEP work skills and development programs

    Alaska Center for Energy and Power - Summer 2024: FINANCIAL COMPENSATION

    A 10-week research internship for students interested in exploring careers in applied energy research. Projects include: cybersecurity, marine energy, power systems integration, science communication, solar PV, electric vehicles in the North, Arctic energy policy, and more. Several opportunities geared for students looking to do interdisciplinary work including science communication, community storytelling on energy topics, and energy policy.

    Dec. 1, 2023:  Application opens. Jan. 8, 2024:  Application review + interview invitations begin.

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