Internship Opportunities with the Center
Do you value Teamwork, Integrity, Innovation, and Professionalism? If so, then the Clemson Center of Geospatial Technologies would love for you to join our diverse team of hardworking, dedicated, and talented employees and students. As a team member, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop professionally.
Opportunities with the Center will provide you a substantive learning experience that will serve as a basis for you to explore your GIS career options and attain professional skills.
We look for candidates with the following qualifications:
Current Clemson University student interested in learning GIS and/or with GIS experience
Strong problem-solving skills
Able to work in a fast-paced environment and learn quickly
Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects at once
Excellent communication skills (oral and written) and a strong commitment to provide superior support to the Clemson GIS community
Ability to work independently as well as with others
Here are some of the exciting projects our interns have done with us:
CCGT internships open the door to exciting possibilities!
Through two semesters of interning with the Center, I was able to learn more about the role of geospatial analyses in solar development while working with brilliant, passionate people every day.
After graduation, I will be pursuing a Fulbright Grant in Santiago, Chile, studying distributed solar energy generation--an opportunity that has certainly been made possible by my time with CCGT.
Industrial Engineering, 2017
Being a part of CCGT has not only taught me everything I need to know about GIS and more, it has changed the way I think and work. I am now at a level of digital fluency and preparedness for the modern job market that I never thought possible, and the skills I have learned are universal.
I am proud to say that I will be working as an intern for NASA this summer, putting my skills to good use, and CCGT is what made it possible.
CCGT exposed me to the varied and interesting capabilities of GIS. The technical know how I have gained during my internship with CCGT has influenced my academic direction.
I am grateful for the experience and opportunities that CCGT has made possible, both an Esri assistantship and the USAID internship. My CCGT internship has been very important.
City and Regional Planning, 2018
Civil Engineering, 2019
I had the pleasure of interning with the US Agency for International Development as a Youth Mappers Virtual Intern, all thanks to CCGT. I had not even imagined an opportunity like that existed until CCGT informed the Clemson Mappers team. CCGT was very helpful in making sure I started off well since some software and concepts were new to me.
As someone who always had an interest in geography, this was a very enjoyable and rewarding experience for me.
Other GIS Jobs and Internships
GIS Specialist at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Applications accepted until by October 5, 2017
Geospatial Analysis Education Coordinator at Boise State University. Applications accepted until June 15, 2017
Graduate Research Assistant position available starting from Summer 2017: Clemson University: Visualization Department. Applications accepted until April 27, 2017
Hourly Graduate Assistant position available starting from Summer 2017: Clemson University: Visualization Department. Applications accepted until April 27, 2017
Master research opportunities: Visualization of spatial and space-time uncertainty: Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte). Interested persons should contact Dr. Eric Delmelle.
Three Postdoctoral Research Associates : Arizona State University (ASU) with Spatial Analysis Research Center (SPARC) Tempe, AZ. Open Applications.
Paid Summer GIS Research Experience for Undergraduates at University of Central Florida. Applications accepted until February 17, 2017 at 5 PM EST
Full Time Job with National Park Service: GIS Specialist, Atlanta, GA. Applications accepted until January 18
Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Science. Opportunities for both undergraduates and graduates to work with eleven projects ranging in topic from emerging process architectures, to statistical analysis, to Fortran modernization. Applications due February 1, 2017.
Two PhD Graduate Assistantships: Auburn University, Auburn, AL. Open Applications.