Anna Harris, Cave Guide, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, 2015

Engage with Geoscience on U.S. Public Lands

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View and apply for opportunities for Summer 2022.
Application Deadline: 3 February

GeoCorps™ America offers paid short-term geoscience opportunities in some of the most beautiful natural areas in the world. Topic areas include geology, hydrology, paleontology, mapping and GIS, minerals, soils, glaciology, geohazards, karst, education, and interpretation. GSA partners with the USDA Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and other organizations committed to science and stewardship in order to offer the program. GeoCorps participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn more.

View the recording and slides from our recent webinar, "GeoCorps™ America: Program Experience and Applying," to hear from past GeoCorps alumni about their program experience and the geoscience being done on public lands.

Learn more about the experiences of GeoCorps alumni via GSA's guest blog, Speaking of Geoscience.

Check the GeoCorps Facebook Page and Twitter page for program updates.

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GSA also invites you to look at the opportunities offered through the new National Park Service's Scientists in Parks Intern program. 

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Heidi Breid participated in GeoCorps with the BLM at the Carlsbad, NM, Field Office, in 2015, and was then hired into a full time position at the BLM.

Heidi Breid (left) participated in GeoCorps with the BLM at the Carlsbad, NM, Field Office, in 2015, and was then hired into a full time position at the BLM.