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2017 Spring and Summer Visitor Services/Environmental Education Internship
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Deadline to Apply:
Saturday, February 11, 2017, 12:00am
Interns will assist staff in a diversity of projects including, but not limited to: environmental education, curriculum development, interpretive program development and presentation, interpretive poster design, maintaining and staffing the Visitor Center, planning and facilitating special events, and limited trail maintenance.
The internships will generally run 9 - 12 weeks, working 40 hours per week. Internships are currently being offered for Spring 2017 (April – June) & Summer 2017 (June – August). Interns will receive a stipend of $3600 to $4800, or $10 per hour, for 9-12 weeks respectively. Refuge staff will work with students to fulfill internship credit requirements at individual universities, including assigning independent projects. Housing is not provided. There are several rental opportunities in the local area.
Anyone interested in applying should be able to work independently or in small groups, have excellent verbal/writing skills, and have a background in environmental education, interpretation or a related field. Candidates must also currently live in the United States. Basic computer skills and a valid driver’s license are required.
How to Apply:
For spring and summer internships, the following must be received by February 10, 2017: 1) a one-page cover letter describing personal background and interests, 2) a detailed resume noting education, experience, skills, and including three references and their phone numbers 3) unofficial college transcripts, 4) a letter of recommendation including the name, affiliation, address, telephone, and email address of the person writing the letter. Information should be sent to: Brianna Patrick, Visitor Services Specialist, via email to Brianna_patrick@fws.gov.