Interested in learning about fish and rivers? The Ecological and Water Resources Division’s River Ecology Unit is heavily involved in long-term monitoring of habitat conditions and biodiversity, development of fish habitat preference curves PDF, and restoration of rivers. Each summer, the River Ecology Unit’s – Stream Habitat Fish Interns gain valuable on-the-job work experience in fisheries and river research. Generally, three to four interns are hired per summer field season. Interns earn $15/hour. This job has interns travel across the state to assess wildlife habitats. Learn more about the DNR Stream Fish Habitat Internship. Applications close at the end of January.