Outdoor Education Internships

Outdoor Education Internship Opportunities

While the Northland College Outdoor Education program is by no means a clearinghouse for internships, internship announcements do cross our desks. We would like to share these opportunities with our current students, graduates, and site visitors. The internships on this page will be listed from new to old. We have chosen to retain many expired internship postings in order to enable visitors to see what types of internships are available in this field.

The Internship Listings:

Please note: The internships on this page will be listed from new to old. We have chosen to retain many expired internship postings in order to enable visitors to see what types of internships are available in this field. Thank you for your indulgence.

Northland Outdoor Job and Internship Archive:

pdf: ArchiveOfJobsAndInternships

Interpretation Internship Announcement for Patuxent Research Refuge, Posted: 3/12/14

Position Title: Environmental Interpretation Internships

Number of Positions: 2

Salary: $195 per week stipend with dormitory housing available

Location: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Patuxent Research Refuge, Laurel, Maryland

Dates of employment: May 16th, 2014 – August 18th, 2014

Qualifications: Must have well-developed communication skills and leadership ability; be able to work independently and as part of a team; experience working with children and adults preferred. Bachelor’s degree (or pursuing) in education, natural resources, or related field desired.  Driver’s license necessary.  Internship is 40 hrs/wk.

Duties: Provide quality educational experiences for all visitors to the National Wildlife Visitor Center and Patuxent Research Refuge through developing and conducting interpretive and educational programs for all ages, leading interpretive tram tours focusing on wildlife management and research, working with Scout groups, and assisting with all operations of a visitor center. Work schedule will include weekends (two days off during week), and some holidays.

How to Apply: Send letter of interest, resume, and list of 3 references with phone numbers and email.

Closing Date: Received by March 29th, 2014

Contact Person:
Amy Shoop
Patuxent Research Refuge
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel, MD 20708-4027
Amy_Shoop@fws.gov

Adventures Internship at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Posted: 2/13/14

Description-pdf: StoutAdventuresIntern_2-13-14

The University of Wisconsin–Stout is excited to announce the opening of two positions within its’ outdoor program: Stout Adventures Coordinator and Stout Adventures Intern. The program is looking for excited and committed individuals to continue to better the program for students and the community. Please refer to the attached documents for more information.

The Nature Conservancy: Internship Opportunities, Posted: 2/10/14

Description-pdf: TheNatureConservancy_Internships_2-10-14

Internship/Assistant Naturalist Positions Available at the Neilson Spearhead Center, Bemidji, MN, Posted: 1/30/14

Description-pdf: AssistNaturalistJobInformation_1-30-14

Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), Environmental Education Intern, Posted: 1/28//14

Description-pdf: PEEC_ EnvironmentalEducationIntern_1-28-14

Pathways Student Intern for Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area on Admiralty Island, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, Posted: 1/28/14

Description-pdf: OUTREACH.TongassNF.AdmiraltyNMPackCreek.GS0499_3_4_5

Admiralty Island National Monument will soon be advertising a GS-0499-3/4/5 Pathways Student Intern (Recreation) position to work at the world-class Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area on the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska.  This is a great opportunity for students interested in joining a progressive wilderness program on Admiralty Island – a National Monument, designated wilderness, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and home to one of the densest brown bear populations in the world.  While the student intern completes their studies, the summer work schedule will occur around their school schedule (e.g June to August).  Upon successful completion of education degree requirements, on-the-job training and meeting OPM qualifications, the position will non-competitively convert to a 13/13 permanent seasonal GS-0462-5 Forestry Technician (Wilderness) position.

Anyone interested is encouraged to complete the attached Outreach Response Form.  Respondents will be notified via email when the vacancy announcement becomes available.  You will still need to apply for the job separately.   Please reply to the attached outreach by February 14, 2014.

Kevin E Hood
Wilderness Manager
Admiralty Island National Monument – Juneau Ranger District
8510 Mendenhall Loop Road
Juneau, Alaska 99801
(907)789-6220
kehood@fs.fed.us

Internships on the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Posted: 1/20/14

In partnership with the St. Croix River Association we are recruiting for up to six internships in the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway for summer 2014.  Internships are in Trego and St. Croix Falls.

Descriptions-pdf:
St Croix Riverway Internship Recruitment Poster_2014
St Croix Riverway Land Program Assistant Internship Description_2014
St Croix Riverway Park Guide Internship Description_2014

Naturalist Intern Position in Worth County, Iowa, Posted: 12/30/13

Information: http://www.mycountyparks.com/Jobs/254ED725-4A5C-4D59-8389-B80DD43F7CAB/Naturalist-intern.aspx

Summer Adaptive Sports Internship with Challenge Aspen, Posted: 12/3/13

Description-pdf: ChallengeAspen_2014_SummerAdaptiveSportsInternship_12-30-13
FAQ-pdf: 2014-Internship-FAQs

Job and Internship Opportunities with the DC Adventure Center, Posted: 12/2/13

Description-pdf: JobAndInternshipOpportunitiesWithTheDC_AdventureCenter_12-2-13

Colorado School of Mines Department of Athletics:
Outdoor Recreation Center Intern, Posted: 11/20/13

Description-pdf: ColoradoSchoolOfMines_DepartmentOfAthletics_OutdoorRecreationCenter_Intern_11-20-13

Environmental Education and Interpretation Internship Announcement for Patuxent Research Refuge, Posted: 11/20/13

Flyer-pdf: EnvironmentalEducation-InterpretationInternshipAnnouncement_PatuxentResearchRefuge_flyerspring2014_11-20-13

Descriptions-pdf: EnvironmentalEducation-Interpretation_InternshipAnnouncement_PatuxentResearchRefuge_11-20-13

Spring and Summer Internships with Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Northland, Posted: 10/23/13

Description-pdf: SpringAndSummerInternshipsWithCourageKennyRehabilitationInstituteNorthland_10-23-13

Wildwoods Wildlife Rehabilitation Internships, Posted: 9/20/13

Description-pdf: Wildwoods Wildlife Rehabilitation Internships

Craft Education Internship 2014: Public Outreach/Craft Immersion/Operations Support, North House Folk School, Grand Marais, MN, Posted: 9/20/13

Description-pdf: Position Announcement 2014

Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center (NGLVC): Fish Creek Public Engagement Intern for Summer 2013, Posted: 4/1/13

Description-pdf: NGLVC_FishCreek_PD_4-1-13

Wisconsin’s New Vision Wilderness is Hiring and Offering Paid Internships, Posted: 3/14/13

Description-pdf: NewVisionWilderness_NowHiringInstructors_3-14-13

I’m emailing to ask you to share our hiring flier with any and all students who have a passion for working with kids; have adventure/outdoor education experience and skills; and want to gain a full-time, seasonal, or paid internship position with Wisconsin’s only wilderness therapy program.

Adam Eader
Associate Director/Admissions Counselor
New Vision Wilderness
12845 W. Burleigh Street
Suite E
Brookfield, WI 53005
Admissions Mobile: (414)801-9792
Milwaukee Office Phone: (262)780-1780
Milwaukee Office Fax: (262)780-1781
North Office Phone/Fax: (715)785-7106
aeader@newvisionwilderness.com

Student Internships in Ashland and Brule with the Wisconsin DNR, Posted: 3/13/13

Description: Ashland-pdf: Ashland_2013_Intern
Description: Brule-pdf: Brule_2013_Intern_3-13-13

The Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Management program would like to have a Student intern at Brule and Ashland for summer, 2013.

Attached are the position descriptions and information for the 2 positions.

Numerous Jobs and Internships Available Through the Wisconsin DNR, Posted: 3/13/13

http://dnr.wi.gov/employment/

Student Conservation Association (SCA) Internship with the 2013 Army Corps Visitor Use Survey Team, Posted: 3/11/13

Description-pdf: UPDATE_ArmyCorpsInfoSheet_3-11-13

Summer Waterfront and Recreation Director at the Green Lake Conference Center, Posted: 3/11/13

Description–pdf: GreenLake_WaterfrontRecDirector_3-11-13

The Green Lake Conference Center, www.glcc.org,  is searching for a summer Waterfront and Recreation director.  I am hoping this would appeal to one of your students as a summer internship position.  The position pays $10 per hr and housing can be provided.

Brad Carroll
Vice President of Operations
Green Lake Conference Center
920-294-7384  www.glcc.org
www.facebook.com/glccaba

Paid Internship: Stout Adventures Intern at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Posted: 3/11/13

Description-pdf: StoutAdventuresIntern_UniversityOfWisconsin-Stout_3-11-13

Stout Adventures, the outdoor recreation program at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, is seeking an experienced university student or recent graduate for a professional, 10 month internship. Full details are listed below. The application deadline has been extended to March 29th.

Volunteer and Internship Positions with the Chicago Botanic Garden, Posted: 3/1/13

Volunteer Position-pdf: ButterfliesBlooms_VolunteerFaciliatorJobDescript_3-1-13 final
Internship-pdf: InterpretiveProgramsInternpositionDescription_3-1-13

Chicago Botanic Garden

I am reaching out to you as The Chicago Botanic Garden has a couple positions that we would like to get in front of the Volunteer Coordinators of Cultural Institutions. The first position is our Butterflies & Blooms Volunteer Facilitator as well as the Interpretive Programs Intern. If it’s not too much trouble, would it be possible for you to send this out to your members? All potential interested parties can apply for these opportunities by visiting our website.

B&B application/posting:
http://www.chicagobotanic.org/jobs/apply
http://www.chicagobotanic.org/seasonal/butterfly_vol_facilit

Interpretive Programs Intern application/posting:
http://www.chicagobotanic.org/contact/index_internapp.php
http://www.chicagobotanic.org/internship/interp_pgm.php

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Derek E. Sandiford
Manager Human Resources
Chicago Botanic Garden
1000 Lake Cook Road, 60022
P: 847-835-8287
F: 847-835-4263
dsandiford@chicagobotanic.org

2013 Internships with Apex Mountain School, Posted: 3/1/13

Description-pdf: ApexMountainSchool_2013_Internship_3-1-13

I wanted to reach out with information regarding Apex Mountain School’s internship program for which we are accepting applications for Spring and Summer 2013.  Apex Mountain School provides an internship that appeals to a wide array of students, including: outdoor education, parks and recreation, marketing and advertising, public relations, internet marketing, web development, outdoor leadership and business development.

Sincerely,

Rachael Abler

Apex Mountain School
P.O. Box 8621  Avon, CO 81620
888-MTN-SOUL (686-7685)
(970) 949-9111
ski@apexmountainschool.com
www.apexmountainschool.com

Naturalist Positions for the 2013 Summer Season in Yosemite National Park, Posted: 2/21/13

Naturalist-Guide 1-pdf: InterpNaturalistGuide1_2-21-13
Naturalist-Guide 1-pdf: InterpNaturalistGuide2_7_2-21-13

There are several openings for naturalist positions for the 2013 summer season in Yosemite National Park. Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts has two different naturalist positions – Interpretive Services Naturalist 1 as well as Interpretive Services Naturalist 2. The Naturalist 2 position includes a higher level of responsibility and represents only 1 opening for the 2013 season. There will be as many as 4 openings for the Naturalist 1 position.

I have attached both position descriptions. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Many thanks!

Alexis Sohlden
Interpretive Services Assistant Manager
Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts
Yosemite National Park
209.372.8243 P
209.372.8950 F
YosemitePark.com

Spring and Summer Trail Staff Positions with Wilderness Inquiry, Posted: 2/18/13

Wilderness Inquiry is now accepting applications for spring and summer Trail Staff and Internship positions. We’re looking for people with outstanding leadership and decision-making skills, high energy, and a willingness to work hard.

If you know of someone who would be good and interested, please forward them this message. To apply and for more information about job opportunities visit:  http://goo.gl/ZhHNi

Josh Garubanda, Program Manager
Wilderness Inquiry – (612) 676-9423
http://www.wildernessinquiry.org

Internship Opportunity at North Idaho College Outdoor Pursuits, Posted: 2/18/13

Description-pdf: InternshipOpportunityAtNorthIdahoCollegeOutdoorPursuits_2-18-13

2013 Summer National Garden Internship, Posted: 2/18/13

Description-pdf: NationalGardenInternshipJobDescription_2-18-13

The National Fund for the US Botanic Garden is now accepting applications for our 2013 Summer National Garden Internship. Please share the job description and application instructions with interested students. The deadline is March 11, 2013. Thank you!

All the best,

Sam

Samantha DesRochers
Program Coordinator
National Fund for the U.S. Botanic Garden
245 First Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
202.225.1281
sdesroch@aoc.gov
www.nfusbg.org

Summer Internship with U Mass, Lowell Outdoor Campus Recreation Kayak Center, Posted: 2/18/13

Description-pdf: SummerInternshipWithU-MassLowellOutdoorCampusRecreationKayakCenter_2-18-13

Paid Internship Available with the Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits Program, Posted: 2/14/13

The Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits program is seeking qualified candidates for its internship position during the 2013-14 Academic Year.  Below is the position announcement.  Any questions should be directed to:

Brett R. Davis
Assistant Director of Rec Services
Fort Lewis College, Outdoor Pursuits
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO  81301
Davis_b@fortlewis.edu

Announcement of an Internship Position with Outdoor Pursuits
The Outdoor Pursuits program at Fort Lewis College is accepting applications for an Intern.  The goal of this position is to provide interns professional working experience in a college/university outdoor program.  The intern will assist in the management and operation of the OP Equipment Rental Center.  The Intern of Outdoor Pursuits will work under the supervision of the Coordinator of Outdoor Pursuits.  This is a professional full-time, semester-long (academic year-long option available) position. Targeted start date August 12, 2013.

The College and Community: Fort Lewis College is Colorado’s public liberal arts college. More than 4,000 students pursue Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in 24 degree programs.  The College is proud of its commitment to Equal Opportunity and enjoys its location in the culturally diverse Four-Corners region.  Durango, Colorado has a population of ~15,000.  The geographical location of Fort Lewis College provides unequaled outdoor recreational opportunities for students, staff, and faculty.  Durango is located on the edge of the San Juan Mountains and the Colorado Plateau and is the regional center for kayaking and mountain biking.  Great climbing, skiing/riding, and mountaineering can be found in the adjacent San Juan and La Plata Mountains.  The canyons, rivers and deserts of Utah are only a short drive away from Durango.

The Program: Outdoor Pursuits is a student funded recreational program that has been on the campus since 1977.  The Outdoor Pursuits program leads weekly trips, operates an equipment use program, manages a climbing wall, and a ski/bike shop. OP is housed in the Student Life Center, an award winning, state-of-the-art recreation facility.  Outdoor Pursuits has over 900 student members, and the program is an integral piece in Fort Lewis College’s commitment to Student Life.

Qualifications: The Intern should have some experience working with outdoor equipment as well as with guiding and/or facilitating trips in the outdoors.  Previous experience with a college/university outdoor program, commercial guide or outfitter, or work with the National Outdoor Leadership School, Outward Bound, or like program is desired.

Required

  • Enrolled in or recently completed a college/university degree track related to outdoor programming, recreation, leadership, or experiential education.
  • Repair and maintenance of outdoor equipment including ski/board tuning, bike repair, and sewing skills
  • Retail and/or rental operational experience
  • Strong outdoor skills in at least four of the following avocations:  Rafting, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Hiking/Backpacking, Backcountry Skiing/Boarding, Rock Climbing, Mountaineering.
  • Current Wilderness First Responder Certification

Additional Preferred Skills/Qualifications

  • Work experience with a college/university outdoor recreation and/or education program.
  • Experience working with Word, Excel, Outlook, PageMaker, Photoshop, and similar computer programs.
  • Knowledge of the outdoor recreational opportunities in the Four-Corners region
  • Working knowledge of avalanche safety with a preferred knowledge of southwest Colorado snowpack and avalanche hazard

Salary: The Intern of the Outdoor Pursuits program is a professional staff position and will receive room, board and a monthly stipend.  The position requires a flexible work schedule.

To Apply: Email (davis_b@fortlewis.edu) or mail a cover letter, resume, statement of outdoor experience, and a list of at least three references to:

OP Intern Application
c/o Brett R. Davis, Coordinator of Outdoor Pursuits
Fort Lewis College
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO 81301

We will begin reviewing all applications beginning Monday, April 1st, 2013.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  FLC is an AA/EEO employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

May Term and Summer Internship Opportunities at the Cable Natural History Museum, Posted: 2/11/13

May-pdf: CableNatHxMuseum_MayTermEnvironmentalEducationInternship_2-11-2013
Summer-pdf: CableNatHxMuseum_SummerNaturalistInternship_2-11-2013

May Term and Summer Internship Opportunities

Greetings!

The Cable Natural History Museum has two exciting internship opportunities coming up. Both would be great for students interested in a combination of education and natural resources. Our upcoming exhibit (opening in April) is all about the natural and cultural history of deer in Wisconsin. This might appeal to a different range of students than normal.

The May Term internship will involve teaching school field trips based on the exhibit theme.

The Summer Internship focuses mainly on the Junior Naturalist program, with many other opportunities to gain experience.

Northland College and the Cable Natural History Museum have a long history of working together, and I would love to hire a Northland student this spring!  Please pass this information on to any and all students you think might be interested. We will have a representative at the career fair in February if students have more questions.

Thanks!

Emily

Emily Stone
(Northland College ’04)
Naturalist Educator

Cable Natural History Museum
P.O Box 416
Cable, WI  54821
(715) 798-3890
www.cablemuseum.org

Wilderness Stewardship Intern with Sitka Conservation Society, Posted: 2/7/13

Position: Wilderness Stewardship Intern (Please see full position description at: http://sitkawild.org/2012/02/seeking-summer-wilderness-intern/)

Host Organization: Sitka Conservation Society

Location: Sitka, Alaska

Organization: The Sitka Conservation Society (SCS) is a grassroots, membership-based organization dedicated to the conservation of the Tongass Temperate Rainforest and the protection of Sitka’s quality of life.  We have been active for over 45 years.  We are based in the small coastal town of Sitka, Alaska, located on the rugged outer west coast of Baranof Island.

The Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska is the nation’s largest National Forest, totaling 17 million acres with almost 6 million acres of designated Wilderness Area (also the largest total Wilderness area of any National Forest).  The Sitka Ranger District alone encompasses over 1.6 million acres of countless islands, glaciated peaks and old growth forests. In 2009, SCS partnered with the Sitka Ranger District (SRD) to ensure the two Wilderness areas near Sitka (the West Chichagof Yakobi and South Baranof Wilderness Areas) meet a minimum management standard by conducting stewardship and monitoring activities and recruiting volunteers. We will be continuing this project into its fifth year and extending the project to ranger districts throughout the Tongass National Forest.

Position Description: In this position you will be expected to assist in organizing the logistics of field trips, managing volunteers, and educating visitors.  Trips can range from just a few nights to three weeks.  Backcountry field logistics include float plane and boat transport to and from field sites; kayaking, backpacking, and packrafting on location; camping and living in bear country; field communications via satellite phone, VHF radio, and SPOT transmitters.  You will be co-leading trips with SCS Staff.  Depending on experience, you may have the opportunity to lead short trips of volunteers on your own.  Please see full position description at: http://sitkawild.org/2012/02/seeking-summer-wilderness-intern/

Qualifications:

  • Graduate or currently enrolled in Recreation Management, Outdoor Education, Environmental Studies or other related environmental field
  • Current Wilderness First Responder certification (by start date of position)
  • Outdoor skills including Leave-no-Trace camping, sea kayaking, multi-day backpacking
  • Ability to work in a team while also independently problem-solve in sometimes difficult field conditions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and present issues to the lay-public in a way that is educational, inspirational, and lasting

The ideal candidate will also have:

  • Experience living or working in Southeast Alaska
  • Pertinent work experience
  • Outdoor leadership experience such as NOLS or Outward Bound
  • Ability to work under challenging field conditions that require flexibility and a positive attitude
  • Proven attention to detail including field data collection
  • Experience camping in bear country
  • Advanced sea-kayaking skills including surf zone and ability to perform rolls and rescues

Fiscal Support: SCS will provide a stipend of $4,664 for this 14 week position.  SCS will also provide up to $1,000 to cover the lowest cost airfare from the resident’s current location to Sitka. Airfare will be reimbursed upon submittal of receipts to SCS.

Application deadline: March 31, 2013

To apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume that includes relevant skills and experiences including documentation of trips in remote settings to Adam Andis: adam@sitkawild.org

Adam Andis
Outreach and Wilderness
Stewardship Coordinator
Sitka Conservation Society
P: 907.747.7509
E: adam@sitkawild.org

White River National Forest, Wilderness Ranger Internship, Posted: 2/4/13

Description-pdf: 2013RangerInternOutreach_2-4-13

The Aspen-Sopris Ranger District, White River National Forest, is recruiting applicants for the Wilderness Ranger internship program this summer. This is an educational experience in natural resource management.

Andrew Larson
Lead Wilderness Ranger
Aspen-Sopris Rd, WRNF
970.945.3316

Interpretive Internships in Glacier National Park, Posted: 1/31/13

Description-pdf: Internship_Interpretation_GlacierNP13_1-31-13

Each year Glacier National Park offers interpretive internships from late May to late August. The intern’s primary responsibilities include interpreting park resources through a range of interpretive programs (e.g., guided walks, boat tours, talks), assisting with visitor center operations, conducting roving interpretation, and completing assigned projects related to interpretation. Our program has a solid reputation for providing our interns with the in-depth training, skill development opportunities, and diverse work experience necessary to prepare them for paid positions within the field of interpretation and education. Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in interpretation, recreation/tourism, environmental studies, natural science, history, or related fields are encouraged to apply. I have attached the internship announcement below. We will be accepting applications through February 24. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you for your consideration.

Marc Neidig
Supervisory Park Ranger
West Lakes District
Division of Interpretation and Partnerships

Glacier National Park
Park Headquarters
PO Box 128
West Glacier, MT 59936
406-888-7942 (voice)
435-772-7886 (fax)

www.nps.gov/glac

Summer National Garden Internship, Posted: 1/29/13

Description-pdf: NationalGardenInternshipJobDescription_1-29-13

The National Fund for the US Botanic Garden is now accepting applications for our 2013 Summer National Garden Internship. Please share the job description and application instructions with interested students. The deadline is March 11, 2013. Thank you!

All the best,

Sam

Samantha DesRochers
Program Coordinator
National Fund for the U.S. Botanic Garden
245 First Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
202.225.1281
sdesroch@aoc.gov
www.nfusbg.org

33 Naturalist positions available for summer 2013, Posted: 1/28/13

Details-pdf: 1_NaturalistCorpsFlyer_2013_1-28-13

Multiple Jobs and Internships with the State of Minnesota, Posted: 1/21/13

Details-pdf: StateOfMinnesota_Jobs-Internships_1:21:13

Internship at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve, Posted: 1/21/13

Description-pdf: KickapooValley_EducationInternPositionDescription2013_1-21-13

This internship at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve is accessed through the work study cost share program. This internship was approved for cost share funding again this year. Students will have to register for three credits, and they must be returning in the fall.

Summer Internship opportunity with Wilderness Inquiry at Little Sand Bay, Posted: 1/21/13

Description-pdf: WI_LittleSandBayInternship_Summer_2013

Summer Internship with the Worth County Conservation Board, Posted: 1/4/13

Description-pdf: WorthCountyConservationBoard_Intern_2013_1-4-13

Visitor Services Internship at Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Posted: 1/4/13

http://www.fws.gov/refuge/seney/internships.html

Seney National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula was established in 1935 by Executive Order for the protection and production of migratory birds and other wildlife. At nearly 96,000 acres, Seney NWR is one of the larger National Wildlife Refuges east of the Mississippi River and is exceptionally diverse in both the number of ecosystem types present and the number of wildlife species using these habitats. Seney NWR also administers island refuges in Lakes Superior, Michigan, and Huron, as well as the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Management Area in the northern Lower Peninsula.

Visitor Services Internships
The Refuge offers numerous recreational opportunities including a seven mile Marshland Wildlife Drive, roads open to biking, a self guided interpretive hiking trail, canoeing, bird watching, nature observation, hunting, fishing, photography, hiking and a visitor center.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
The duties assigned to the successful applicant would be wide-ranging and should prepare the applicant for a future career in visitor services or recreation. Assigned duties may include:

  • opening and closing the Visitor Center;
  • developing and presenting programs for refuge visitors and school groups (e.g., nature walks, auto tours and environmental education programs);
  • working on special interpretive projects (e.g., education trunks, brochures, news articles, exhibits, signs, the website, podcasting, etc.)
  • assisting with bookstore operations;
  • checking and responding to phone messages;
  • planning, organizing and conducting special events (e.g., Children’s Fishing Day, Youth in the Outdoors, etc.);
  • staffing the Visitor Center information desk;
  • assisting volunteers;
  • cleaning/maintenance of the Visitor Center, exhibits, grounds, and vehicles;
  • posting updates on SNHA’s Flickr and Facebook pages;
  • working with biology staff and interns on wildlife surveys;
  • assisting with other responsibilities as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Successful applicants should:

  • be energetic and responsible;
  • be able to work independently and in small groups with a variety of personalities;
  • have public speaking and group management skills;
  • have experience in leading programs and working with public is desired;
  • have excellent verbal and writing skills;
  • be knowledgeable in natural history, biology, bird identification etc.;
  • have a valid driver’s license (required);
  • be pursuing a degree in parks and recreation, environmental education, interpretation, or a related field; however other backgrounds may be accepted.

Benefits and Logistics

  • one 24 week and one 12 to 15 week internship are available between the months of May and November;
  • $200/week allowance ($250 per week for 24 week interns during second 12 weeks) will be given to SNHA sponsored interns;
  • housing, transportation to and from work, and laundry facilities are provided;
  • vehicles are provided for work purposes;
  • uniform shirts provided, but pants or shorts (shorts, jeans or pants must be in good condition) and closed toed shoes must be provided by the intern;
  • 40 hr. work week, including weekends and evenings.

Submit resume, cover letter, unofficial college transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation, and time period available by April 5th, 2013 to Sara Giles, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, 1674 Refuge Entrance Rd. Seney, MI 49883. If you have questions call (906) 586-9851 ext. 10. Phone interview will be conducted starting in March until positions are filled. It is best to get your applications in early.

Sincerely,

Sara Giles

Visitor Services Manager
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
1674 Refuge Entrance Road
Seney, MI 49883

Phone: 906-586-9851 x10
Fax: 906-586-3800

Two Internships with the The Cable Natural History Museum, Posted: 1/4/13

Description: May Term-pdf: CNHM_MayTermEnvironmentalEducationInternship_2013_1-4-13
Description: Summer-pdf: CNHM_SummerNaturalistInternship_2013_1-4-13

The Cable Natural History Museum has two exciting internship opportunities coming up. Both would be great for students interested in a combination of education and natural resources. Our upcoming exhibit (opening in April) is all about the natural and cultural history of deer in Wisconsin. This might appeal to a different range of students than normal.

  • The May Term internship will involve teaching school field trips based on the exhibit theme.
  • The Summer Internship focuses mainly on the Junior Naturalist program, with many other opportunities to gain experience.

Northland College and the Cable Natural History Museum have a long history of working together, and I would love to hire a Northland student this spring! We will have a representative at the career fair in February if students have more questions.

Thanks!

Emily

Emily Stone
(Northland College ’04)
Naturalist Educator

Cable Natural History Museum
P.O Box 416
Cable, WI  54821
(715) 798-3890
www.cablemuseum.org

Intern Position: Department of Experiential Education, Albuquerque Academy, Deadline: 2/1/13

Description-pdf: ABQ Academy- Internship Job Description

Grand Teton National Park: Park Ranger Naturalist Intern, Posted: 1/4/13

Internship Title
Park Ranger Naturalist Intern

Position Description
Working in the field of natural history interpretation consists of positions that deal directly with park visitors. After completing a training session, the work involves answering questions at visitor centers and providing trip planning help at an information desk, researching, preparing, and presenting short guided walks and talks, presenting evening campfire talks, leading children’s programs, providing information to individuals you may encounter on trails or overlooks and completing a wide variety of special projects. Work in other divisions such as administration, resource management, visitor protection, and maintenance may be available to round out the internship experience. Applicants must be college students in a declared major field of study such as natural or physical sciences, history, education, communications, natural science interpretation, or recreation and resource management. An interest or experience in interpretation or environmental education, natural or cultural history would be helpful, but is not required. Applicants should have a strong interest in resource preservation and management, an ability to communicate ideas effectively, and enthusiasm for sharing knowledge with others.

Interns work 5 days/week 8 hours/day and receive a compensation of $7.25/hour. Housing will be provided with rent deducted from pay.

Grand Teton National Park is considered to be one of the crown jewels of the national park system, a system which preserves and protects natural and cultural resources and values for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future generations. Grand Teton National Park preserves and protects the Teton Range, the central feature and focus of the park, and its surrounding landscapes, ecosystems, cultural and historic resources. Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming, just north of the town of Jackson, and just south of Yellowstone National Park. The park consists of about 310,000 acres encompassing the magnificent scenery of the Teton Range and the valley known as Jackson Hole. Wildlife found in the park include moose, elk, bison, bears, wolves, coyotes, bald eagles, trumpeter swans and a variety of other animals. Vegetation ranges from sagebrush in the dry Jackson Hole valley, to forests of lodge pole pines and other conifers, to dwarf alpine! plants above treeline. Recreational opportunities in the park include sight-seeing, mountain climbing, hiking and backpacking, camping, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, horseback riding, boating, rafting, bicycling, photography and more.

Requirements
Applicants must be high school graduates with a solid academic background or college students in a declared major field of study such as natural or physical sciences, history, education, communications, natural science interpretation, or recreation and resource management. An interest or experience in interpretation or environmental education, natural or cultural history would be helpful, but is not required. Applicants should have a strong interest in resource preservation and management, an ability to communicate ideas effectively, and enthusiasm for sharing knowledge with others.

Deadline
The application deadline for summer internships is March 1. This position begins May 20, 2013 and runs at least 14 weeks through August 24, 2013. Submit a detailed resume which lists education, work experience, hobbies and other interests, and contact information of supervisors of at least three references. College students or graduates should also include a college transcript (unofficial okay).

Mail or email completed applications to:
Grand Teton National Park
P.O. Drawer 170
Moose, Wyoming 83012
Attention: Andrew Langford

Email: andrew_langford@nps.gov
Web Site: http://www.nps.gov/grte

Application Deadline
3/1/2013

Summer 2013 Internship Opportunity at North Idaho College Outdoor Pursuits, Posted: 12/21/12

NIC Outdoor Pursuits
Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d’ Alene, NIC Outdoor Pursuits exercises both mind and body through wilderness based, environmentally sound outdoor adventures.  Our activities foster personal growth through self-awareness, teamwork, and risk taking.  We provide a non-profit outdoor service with trips and rentals for all those in our community.

Program Overview
The goal of our internship program is to develop outdoor professionals by immersing them in an intense, hands on outdoor programming experience. We are devoted to creating an environment through which our interns will grow professionally and personally.

Intern Responsibilities
As an intern at NIC Outdoor Pursuits, your job will be to assist with every aspect of the program. The NIC Beach program will be a large part of this experience. The NIC Beach is an extension of Outdoor Pursuits that operates on the banks of Lake Coeur d Alene offering equipment rentals, sailing and kayaking clinics, and concessions to the campus and community. However, interns will be also be involved with other parts of the program including: mountaineering, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, whitewater equipment rental, and community programs such as the Ironman Coeur d’Alene Triathlon and Access Fund’s Adopt A Crag.  A growing part of our program is the NIC Challenge Course.  Interns will play a significant role in making this a successful asset for the college through planning, marketing, and implementation efforts.

Intern Requirements
Interns must be pursuing a college degree that includes an internship within its curriculum. In order to insure a high level of academic and professional growth, the internship must be evaluated by the NIC Outdoor Pursuits staff and their home institution. The experience is designed, but not limited to those seeking degrees in outdoor recreation related fields of study. Interns from all over the world are encouraged to apply.

Qualifying interns must
Be pursuing a degree that includes an internship within its curriculum, posses excellent interpersonal skills, be at least 20 years of age, be able to work flexible, and often long hours, be able to lift and carry heavy objects weighing up to 75lbs, be a strong swimmer and posses a knowledge of water safety, hold a current CPR/First Aid certification, and have a valid driver’s license.  Interns will be expected to arrive in Coeur d’ Alene by mid-May and stay through the month of August (exact dates will depend on individual academic requirements).

Experience
Interns will obtain a clear understanding of how a college outdoor program really works.

Teaching
Interns will have the opportunity to teach outdoor skills clinics.  These will be based on the interns skill levels and how they progress through instructor shadowing.

Stipend
Interns will be paid a $1500 stipend.  Three payments of $500 will occur in June, July, and August.  Students will need to bring enough money to live until their first paycheck arrives at the end of June.

Housing
Housing will be provided. The interns will share accommodations near the NIC campus.

Fun
Coeur d Alene, Idaho is a premier location for outdoor recreation. With a multitude of hiking, biking, paddling, and climbing opportunities within 15 minutes of town, your days off are guaranteed to be filled with adventure!

Dates
Start Date: May 15th, 2013
End Date: Late August/Early September (negotiable)

Applications
All interested students are encouraged to send a letter of intent and resume to Jon Totten, Program Coordinator, at jon_totten@nic.edu or by mail to North Idaho College Outdoor Pursuits, 1000 W. Garden Ave. Coeur d’ Alene, ID 83814 ASAP.  The position will close on March 1st, 2013, but students are encouraged to apply right away.

For more information contact:

Jon Totten

Outdoor Pursuits Coordinator
North Idaho College
1000 W. Garden Ave
Coeur d’ Alene, ID  83814
(208)769-7809
jon_totten@nic.edu
www.nic.edu/op

Challenge Aspen 2013 Summer Adaptive Sports Internship, Posted: 12/21/12

Details
Application
FAQ-pdf: 2013_Internship_FAQ_12-21-12

Four Interpretive Naturalist Internships at the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, WI, Posted: 12/7/12

Details-pdf: 2013_Internship_InternationalCraneFoundation_12-7-12

Education Internship at the Murie Science and Learning Center, Denali National Park, Posted: 11/27/12

Details-pdf: MurieCenter_2013_EducationInternshipPositionDescription

We have a summer 2013 internship position for the Murie Science and Learning Center in Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska. The deadline for applications is January 11, 2013.

NJ Gates
Education Program Coordinator
Alaska Geographic
907.683.6439

Murie Science and Learning Center
PO Box 136, Denali Park, AK 99755
Phone: 907.683.6432
Fax: 907.683.1271
www.murieslc.org
www.alaskageographic.org

Internships at Wilderness Inquiry, Posted: 11/27/12

Wilderness Inquiry is now accepting applications for winter, spring and summer internships. We’re looking for people with outstanding leadership and decision-making skills, high energy, and a willingness to work hard.

Apply by going to: www.wildernessinquiry.org/jobs

http://fmp.wildernessinquiry.org/doclib.php?doc=5343

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks for your help!

Sharing the Adventure Since 1978. http://www.wildernessinquiry.org

Cory Dahl, Program Manager
Wilderness Inquiry
808 14th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414-1516
(612) 676-9428
cory@wildernessinquiry.org

Internships at Courage Center, Duluth, Posted: 11/20/12

Hi everyone,

In the past two years, Courage Duluth has accepted interns from local colleges to do their internships with us.  The types of interns we can accommodate can vary.

  • Marketing
  • Sports and rec, adaptive PE
  • Special ed/autism/physical disabilities
  • Coordinating volunteers
  • Office/clerical experience

We can not accommodate OT or PT students who need to work directly along side an OT or PT.

We are always open to creative suggestions!

The current intern is from UMD and will complete her internship this month so we will be looking for someone to replace her very soon!

p.s.  if you know of someone looking for volunteer opportunities, we are currently recruiting new ski volunteers only.

Lisa Lauzon
Volunteer Coordinator/Program Admin. Assistant
PH: 218-726-4763
Courage Center Duluth
424 W. Superior St. Suite 203
Duluth, MN 55802
lisa.lauzon@CourageCenter.org

Adventure Program Internship at Fort Campbell, Posted: 11/20/12

Description-pdf: ODR_InternshipDescription_11:20:12

For the early birds out there! Fort Campbell Outdoor Recreation is looking for highly qualified students to complete their 2013 summer internships with us in KY. We would love to hear from you if you are interested in applying to answer questions and address concerns. Attached is information regarding the program.

We look forward to hearing from you,

William Vallee
Challenge Course Complex Manager
6645 101st Airborne Division Rd.
Fort Campbell Ky, 42223
270-412-7855

Internship with Wilderness Inquiry at Little Sand Bay Basecamp, Posted: 11/20/12

Dear interested students,

I have been contacted regarding an internship with Wilderness Inquiry for this coming summer. If you are a qualified coastal kayaking instructor (or are able to qualify as an ACA or BCU instructor by early summer), have an interest in interning with an organization that promotes inclusion of people of all abilities in outdoor programs, and would like to work in the Apostle Islands this coming summer, please send me your name and a current resume. A staff member from Wilderness Inquiry will be in the area during the last week of November to interview potential candidates.

Sincerely,
Cindy Dillenschneider
cdillenschneider@northland.edu

Internship Opportunities at the Cable Natural History Museum, Posted: 9/20/12

The Museum is located in the town of Cable, about 50 minutes south of Ashland on Hwy 63.  You can find out more information about the Museum, and our Calendar of Events at www.cablemuseum.org.
Internship opportunities include:

  • Collections Intern for this fall, 8 hours per week that involves data entry and creation of an online “virtual museum.” Details-pdf: CollectionsInternshipDescription
  • May Term Environmental Education Internship that focuses on leading field trips for 1st and 2nd graders. Details-pdf: MayTermEnvironmentalEducationInternship_2013
  • Summer Naturalist Internship that focuses on leading the Junior Naturalist day camp for kids in grades K-6, and many other informal and non-formal natural history education opportunities. Details-pdf: SummerNaturalistInternship_2013

Volunteer Opportunities include:

  • Becoming a certified Wisconsin Master Naturalist Volunteer by taking 40 hours of natural history coursework.  Classes happen Wednesday evenings in October, November and December this year. Details-pdf: WIMN_PilotCourseFlyer.ems
  • Making your class projects applicable to real life with a Focused Fellowship coordinated through the Museum. Details-pdf: FocusedFellow 2012

Please feel free to call or e-mail with more questions!  We’d love to hear from you!

Sincerely,

Emily Stone
Naturalist Educator
Northland College ‘04
Emily Stone [emily@cablemuseum.org]

Cable Natural History Museum
P.O Box 416
Cable, WI  54821
(715) 798-3890
www.cablemuseum.org

Internships with Wilderness Inquiry, Posted: 9/18/12

Details-pdf: W.I._RecruitmentFlyer Intern_9-18-12

Wilderness Inquiry is now accepting applications for fall, winter and spring internships. We’re looking for people with outstanding leadership and decision-making skills, high energy, and a willingness to work hard.

Apply by going to: www.wildernessinquiry.org/jobs

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks for your help!

-Dave

Sharing the Adventure Since 1978. http://www.wildernessinquiry.org

David Haugen, Program Manager
Wilderness Inquiry
808 14th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414-1516
(612) 676-9418

Challenge Aspen Winter Adaptive Sports Internship, Posted: 8/30/12

Applications close 8/31/12

Details-pdf: AspenWinterAdaptiveSportsInt_8-30-12

Trail Staff and Internship Positions with Wilderness Inquiry, Posted: 3/19/12

We still have several Trail Staff and Internship positions open for our 2012 season.  Please spread the word to all you know that might be interested and a good fit.

Those that are accepted will join an already stellar team of professionals here at Wilderness Inquiry and gain fantastic trail, leadership and operational experience.

To apply or read more about the jobs, go to: www.wildernessinquiry.org/jobs

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks for your support!

Dave

Sharing the Adventure Since 1978. http://www.wildernessinquiry.org

David Haugen, Program Manager
Wilderness Inquiry
808 14th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414-1516
(612) 676-9418

California Phenology Program Internship, Posted: 3/19/12

Link: http://ncseonline.org/california-phenology-program-internship

2012 Patuxent Research Refuge Summer internship announcement, Posted: 3/12/12

Flyer-pdf: Patuxent_FlyerSummer_3-12-12
Details-pdf: Patuxent_SummerInternshipAnnouncement_3-12-12

Internship Position at Outdoor Pursuits, Posted: 2/20/12

Details-pdf: InternshipPositionAtOutdoorPursuits_2-20-12

Boulder Creek Academy Adventure Education Internship, Posted: 2/20/12

Details-pdf: BoulderCreekAcademyAdvEdInternship_2-20-12

Intern at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Posted: 1/21/12

Details-pdf: 2012_InternshipFlyer_SeneyNWR_1-21-12

Seney National Wildlife Refuge is looking for two visitor services interns for the summer of 2012, one 12 to 15 week intern, and one 24 week intern.  Please note the last day applications will be accepted is April 6th.  Phone interviews will be conducted starting in March and continue until the positions are filled.

We offer a $200 per week stipend plus transportation to and from work, housing, and laundry facilities.

Some of our interns go on to work with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Department of Natural Resources, or other related careers.  This can be a great “foot in the door opportunity”!

Sara Hollerich
Visitor Services Manager
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
1674 Refuge Entrance Road
Seney, MI 49883
906/586-9851 Ext. 10

Website: www.fws.gov/midwest/seney/
Fan us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/seneyrefuge
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/usfwsseney
Join us on Flickr: www.flickr.com/seneynwr

Internships with Apex Mountain School, Posted: 1/21/12

Details-pdf: InternshipsWithApexMountainSchool_1-21-12

Opportunities with the Student Conservation Association (SCA), Posted: 1/21/12

Details: http://members.thesca.org/site/MessageViewer?em_id=15308.0&dlv_id=24201

Mt. Hood Interpretation and Conservation Education Internships, Posted: 1/13/12

Details-pdf: MtHood_SummerInternPosition_1-13-12

Summer Positions with Wilderness Inquiry, Posted: 1/13/12

Wilderness Inquiry is now accepting applications for summer 2012 trail staff and internship positions.  If you are unfamiliar with Wilderness Inquiry, we are a non-profit located in Minneapolis, MN.  Our mission is to make adventure travel accessible to everyone, regardless of age, background or ability.

Check out the attached flyers as well as our website to find out more about the following positions:

1) Summer Trail Staff – guide extended trips (hiking, canoeing, kayaking, etc.) to a variety of locations throughout the midwest and beyond.
2) Urban Wilderness Canoe Guide – guide day-trips on the Mississippi River through the heart of the Twin Cities, ideal summer job for teachers!
3) Internships – build your resume by gaining outdoor industry experience at Wilderness Inquiry.

Website:
http://www.wildernessinquiry.org/get_involved/workforwi.php

Trail Staff Flyer:
http://fmp.wildernessinquiry.org/doclib.php?doc=3028

Internship Flyer:
http://fmp.wildernessinquiry.org/doclib.php?doc=5343

Please pass on and post the flyers as you see fit, and forward this to anyone you think may be interested.  Thank you!

If you have any questions, email us at jobs@wildernessinquiry.org<mailto:jobs@wildernessinquiry.org>.

Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge, Posted: 1/13/12

Details-pdf: Rhode_Island-Internships_2012_1-13-12

Good morning,

My name is Juancarlos Giese and I am the Deputy Manager of the Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Charlestown, RI.

We recently received funding for seasonal student positions. I have included the release for the Plover internships, Bird Bander, and Invasive Species internships. These are excellent positions for anyone interested in conservation, wildlife biology, GIS, forestry, or gaining knowledge and experience for future positions with natural resource agencies. Free Housing is available as well.

We are looking for motivated students who are enthusiastic, hard working and able to work in a dynamic and diverse work environment. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to give me a call anytime.

Thank you,

Juancarlos Giese

Deputy Refuge Manager
Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
401-364-9124 ext.18
(fax)401-364-0170
(cell)401-782-5373

Internships with the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, WI, Posted: 12/8/11

Details-pdf: InternshipsInternationalCraneFoundation_12-8-11

Earth Corps Summer Internship, Posted: 12/7/11

This is a for-credit month-long summer internship opportunity in the high country of Colorado. An informational poster and additional details will be sent in early 2012.

Information-pdf: EarthCorps_2012_12-7-11

Summer Environmental Education Internship at Tremont, Posted: 12/5/11

Details-pdf: Tremont_EnvironmentalEd_12-5-11

Internships with the Apex Mountain School, Posted: 9/29/11

Details-pdf: ApexMountainSchool_Internships_9-29-11

Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s Conservation Associate Program, Posted: 5/11/11

Description-pdf: ConservancySWFlorida_Internship_5-11-11
Application-pdf: ConservancySWFlorida_Application_5-11-11

Thank you for your inquiry regarding the Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s Conservation Associate Program, providing internships for experiential learning.

Attached please find an application to fill in and send back (via US Postal Service preferred).  As you can see from the Conservation Associate descriptions, a variety of positions are offered.  Our 6-9 month internship programs are offered on a rotating basis therefore I cannot give you exact dates except for the Sea Turtle Program which runs April through October.  When you fill out the application form, please indicate which position(s) you would be interested.  When your application has been evaluated and your interest in our program established, your file will be passed on to all department supervisors on your list of interest.   Please allow a few weeks for review and if you are a candidate you will be contacted by the department manager.

Please be sure to indicate only those programs in which you are sincerely interested.

Benefits: Upon completion of the CA Program, a Conservation Associate leaves with a varied hands-on experience that can include animal care and basic medical techniques, education program development, public speaking skills, interpersonal skills, and knowledge of South Florida flora and fauna—depending upon the program area. Other benefits include housing with washer and dryer, uniform shirts, and accident insurance, all furnished at no cost. The Conservation Associate will receive a scholarship funds equivalent to $150 per week of commitment. The scholarship may be used to cover expenses at the student’s discretion.

Please fill out the application form and return it to me via US Postal Service, along with your letter of interest, resume, unofficial transcripts, and two letters of reference.  (Although you may have already sent in your resume, it is still necessary to complete the application.) I would advise you to include all relevant experience, including voluntary experiences, and education in your application.  Supervisors look at the combination of these and other elements to determine the best candidate.  Please do not be overly concerned about the length of your submittal.

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s internship program places over 50 participants per year.  Many of these participants have already completed their college degree and are gaining more hands-on experience and training.

Direct links to our website are: www.conservancy.org/interns and www.conservancy.org/careers.

If you have any further questions please email me at internships@conservancy.org

The Washburn Food to School Program needs an Intern, Posted: 5/8/11

Details-pdf: NorthlandCooperativeInternship_WashburnFoodtoSchool_5-8-11

Greta Anderson has offered to engage an intern for May Term in the Food to School program in Washburn. This is an unpaid, for-credit internship that is available for 5-15 hours/week. If you know of students who may be interested in furthering their learning in areas such as sustainable agriculture, community engagement, or teaching through an internship, please send them the attached description or contact me for more information. We had a student intern for winter semester with this program in Bayfield Schools and the work was highly valued. They are looking to build on this success.

Guide Interns needed at Matanuska Glacier Adventures, Posted: 5/8/11

My name is Seth Schumacher and I’m the General Manager for Matanuska Glacier Adventures out of Sutton, Alaska. We are looking to add interns to our guiding staff this year and would like to be able to extend this opportunity to your students. The Outdoor Studies department at Alaska Pacific University recommended we contact you with this opportunity. The internships would be paid and we absolutely will support any academic work you require of your students. I have attached the job flier to this email. If you think we can affiliate and work with you please let me know. We do offer a signing bonus to assist with travel to Alaska for our interns. We are also offering full guide positions as well.

Details-pdf: GuideAndInternListing_5-8-11

Seth “Osprey” SchumacherMatanuska Glacier Adventures

1-406-823-0205
osprey@ospreysjourneys.com
sschumacher@alaskapacific.edu