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Seven Active Internship Opportunities in Hydroinformatics Engineering

Seven Active  Internship Opprotunies in Hydroinformatics Engineering

Internship opportunities in Hydroinformatics

There are a variety of internship opportunities available in the field of Hydroinformatics Engineering. The list below contains the most relevant internship opportunities from India and around the world. The list is not sorted and arranged at random. You can use ODM to rank the opportunities and arrange them as needed.


The Singapore Delft Water Alliance (SDWA), a Center of Excellence that conducted a wide range of research in urban and coastal water resource management and disseminated its findings on a national and international scale, served as the basis for H2i. This company accepts interns year-round and on an application basis.


Using open Earth data, UNU-INWEH has created a Historical Flood Mapping tool that generates inundation maps for significant floods in the Global South from 1984 to the present and is currently looking for an intern to help us create a Flood Risk Index. For cities, districts, and river basins, FRI will provide current flood risk estimates. The FRI will be constructed using HFMT inundation maps and open-access datasets such as population density, building footprint, elevation, GDP, land use, poverty maps, and meteorological and hydrological data.


Dr. Ibrahim Demir (team) founded UIHILab at the University of Iowa, with many collaborators from around the world. UIHILab is a community platform that brings together researchers and educators to work on hydroinformatics projects. This lab accepts interns year around.

Western States Water Council (Murray, UT)

The Western States Water Council (WSWC) is looking for an engineering intern with experience in hydroinformatics and application development to work part-time (up to 34 hours per week) in its Murray, Utah office for the Fall 2019 semester (September to December or January and potentially to May 2020).

Conservation International Intern

As a Conservation International Intern, he/she will gain experience at the cutting edge of conservation, solve challenges that come with working in developing countries, implement creative solutions, and learn from inspiring leaders. Interns will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of stakeholders, ranging from the government to local community members and businesses, in order to better understand how successful conservation occurs when people work together.

Internships are available throughout the year. All internships offered in 2022 will be based in Singapore due to COVID-19 precautions. Applicants must go through a selection process and commit to working for a minimum of three months. Students enrolled in Singapore universities or polytechnics are eligible for the University Internship Program.


Advantage is a start-up that is solely focused on the public sector. The company started in 2017 with small contracts with local governments, and presently serves clients from all over the country. The interns' primary responsibility will be to conduct site assessments to determine the environmental impact of commercial activity.

Improving environmental conservation management in areas such as recycling, public health, and water and air pollution Environmental best practices consulting and advice to policymakers

Sadhana Forest

Sadhana Forest is a non-profit organization dedicated to reforestation, water conservation, environmental education, and living sustainably. It is in Auroville, Tamil Nadu, not far from Pondicherry. We welcome interns, students, and volunteers from all over India and the world. We are an international organization with locations in Haiti and Kenya. 

Throughout the year, this organization accepts interns. Interns are housed on campus and participate in community activities. They assist with reforestation and water conservation efforts and are also expected to participate in daily chores. There is also the opportunity to help in our animal sanctuary and 'Children's Land,' a space where we regularly host groups of local children. We are reforesting 70 acres of heavily eroded land with the goal of restoring the native 'tropical dry evergreen forest.'

This list is prepared to provide an idea about the available active internship opportunities. Readers may apply and enroll for these scopes as the implementation of data science is now rapidly expanding its base and it is very common to read literatures where informatics is applied to solve the problems of water resource development.

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