Environmental Services Internship
Dear NOK Shareholder/Shareholder Descendant:
I’m pleased to announce that, as part of our commitment to provision of shareholder benefits and opportunities, NOK is currently seeking college interns who would like to gain experience in environmental sciences. One or more paid full-time summer 2022 internships are now open to NOK shareholders and/or shareholder descendants. College students in their sophomore year or beyond who are pursuing an Environmental Science or other environmentally focused or planning degree (geology, hydrology, biology, rangeland management, urban and regional planning, etc.) are encouraged to contact the NOK office for more details. Students with study focus in other degree areas are also encouraged to reach out as internship could potentially be individually tailored.
Internships will be hosted within two NOK environmental subsidiary companies, KOMAN Government Solutions (KGS) and Environmental Assessment Services (EAS). Internships are anticipated to be 6-8 weeks in length. NOK subsidiary KGS provides services in support of environmental remediation, environmental compliance, ordnance and explosives, and construction while NOK subsidiary EAS provides natural and cultural resource services, environmental planning and compliance, habitat restoration, and environmental compliance. Internship time would be split between the two companies in order to provide interns with well rounded experience that may then be used in pursuit of employment after graduation. Internship experience can also help refine interests and educational goals toward environmental sector specialization.
KGS interns will work under supervision of experienced KGS professionals to support KGS’ work in the environmental sciences. Experiences will occur both in the field and office. Field experiences such as well installation, soil and water sample collection, and interpretation of collected sample results are likely in
conjunction with office work that assists with development of project work plans and various environmental reports. EAS interns will work under supervision of experienced EAS professionals in the areas of biological and cultural resources survey, monitoring, and analysis. Field experiences such as field survey methods for
biological and cultural resources as well as reporting and documentation of field results and analysis are likely. Biological field efforts could potentially include terrestrial as well as aquatic species survey and monitoring. Environmental impact analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act is also a core service
provided by EAS through which interns may gain experience through participation in environmental impact analysis of actions on the biological, physical, and social environment. More detailed information on these NOK subsidiary companies may be found at www.komangs.com and www.easbio.com. We look forward to talking
more with you about this opportunity,