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Environmental Education Internship
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Deadline to Apply:
Monday, February 12, 2018, 11:45pm
Website:The Wetlands Institute
This internship is designed to introduce you to the Environmental Education and Interpretation profession and further your career, all while you explore one of America’s most incredible natural areas.
Interns work 40 hours per week (one weekend day and one-two evenings required), receive a weekly stipend, and have the option of on-site dormitory housing if available. So if being wet, muddy, and happy at day's end sounds like your dream job, then we want you at The Wetlands Institute!
As Environmental Education Interns, you will lead or participate in the following:
- Educational Salt Marsh Safari Walks
- Fishing, Seining and Crabbing Programs
- Back-bay Kayak and Boat Tours
- Aquarium Feeding Programs
- Daily Creature Feature Presentations
- Interpretive Dune, Beach and Nature Walks
- Summer Nature Programs
- Local Outreach Events
- School Programs
- Crabulous Crab Day
This internship has the following requirements:
- A degree in biology, marine biology, environmental science, education or related field
- Must have completed at least two years of college
- Reliable transportation, automobile preferred
- Must be comfortable working on boats
Position Start Date:
Monday, May 21, 2018
How to Apply:
To apply, please submit a complete application package which includes: cover letter, resume and completed internship application form. Internship application forms may be downloaded from our website at: http://wetlandsinstitute.org/education/internship-opportunities/
Please send all complete application packages to Brooke Knapick via email or US postal service. Email preferred.
Director of Educational Program Development
The Wetlands Institute
1075 Stone Harbor Boulevard
Stone Harbor, New Jersey 08247