For commonly used forms pertaining to business and administrative services, human resources and travel, please visit the Texas A&M AgriLife Administrative Services website. Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management forms and resources are provided on this page.
Securing an internship is an important part of your university experience. Internships are required for WFSC legacy students, as well as range, wildlife and policy tracks. An internship is highly encouraged for fisheries students. Be mindful of deadlines as you move forward.
Step 1: Identify an internship.
Step 2: Complete the RWFM Internship Form. You may preview the questions on the internship form here. Internship applications must be submitted online.
Step 3: Your application will be routed to your internship supervisor to confirm your scope of work.
Step 4: The internship committee will review and determine if the proposed internship meets RWFM expectations (see FAQs).
Step 5: Once the application is complete and your internship is verified by your site supervisor and department, the intern will be enrolled in the online RWFM/WFSC 484 course.
Step 6: Complete the internship working hours, the online course, and have your site supervisor submit evaluation.
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions as you prepare for the internship experience. Please be sure to login via your TAMU email to view the FAQs and complete the application.
Students in the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management have the exciting opportunity to contribute to current research relevant to their degree while also earning course credit. In order to receive course credit, student must receive approval from a faculty member to join their lab and also complete an undergraduate research application.