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The University of Missouri’s statewide Pollution Prevention (P2) program is looking for a few good engineering students for summer 2010 paid internships. Interns will work on location at a Missouri company to cut energy use, water use and waste, improve environmental performance and save money.
Students accepted into this competitive program must complete an intensive training course, referred to as “Pollution Prevention boot camp.” The class provides methods and tools for identifying and analyzing improvements related to energy efficiency, heat recovery, waste generation and water conservation.
P2 interns are expected to work full time (40 hours per week) for 10 weeks and receive a minimum of $15 per hour, paid by the company. For more information, visit the website at www.moeac.net, or contact Marie Steinwachs at 573-882-5011 or email@example.com. Application deadline is Friday, Feb. 26.