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Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator
Potomac Riverkeeper Network
The Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator develops and executes strategic activities and initiatives to build Potomac Riverkeeper Network’s membership, engage members, reach new audiences, expand educational opportunities, and develop partnerships. This position is a full-time, entry level position (up to one-year contract with possibility of renewal) and will work out of PRKN’s Washington, DC office. Currently, the team works remotely, coming into the office as needed.
Link: https://www.potomacriverkeepernetwork.org/
Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator
Potomac Riverkeeper Network
The Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator develops and executes strategic activities and initiatives to build Potomac Riverkeeper Network’s membership, engage members, reach new audiences, expand educational opportunities, and develop partnerships. This position is a full-time, entry level position (up to one-year contract with possibility of renewal) and will work out of PRKN’s Washington, DC office. Currently, the team works remotely, coming into the office as needed.
Link: https://www.potomacriverkeepernetwork.org/
Part-time, Seasonal Job Opportunity for Bilingual Community members
Rock Creek Conservancy
Position Description:
Working in teams of two, the primary duties of Technicians will include door-to-door canvassing to enroll
homeowners in the program, auditing downspouts, disconnecting downspouts, and installing rain barrels.
The position will involve significant amounts of time communicating with homeowners about the
program; completing downspout data entry using the ArcGIS Collector application; and, performing
downspout disconnections and rain barrel installations.
This is a part-time, seasonal position with no benefits. Technicians will work approximately 20 hours per
week and the pay is $17.34 per hour. The employment term will be from March 17 to no later than
September 30, 2021. The weekly work schedule will be Tuesday-Friday, 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm, and Saturday,
10 am – 2 pm. Opportunity for additional hours may be available on occasion.
In 2017, the Downspout Disconnection Program was launched in conjunction with D.C. Water’s Clean
Rivers Project. Phase II of this program was completed in 2018, and Phase III completed in September
2019. The program provides eligible residents of select areas in Washington, D.C. with free downspout
disconnections and rain barrels. Phase IV of the project will be taking place in parts of the 16th Street
Heights, Petworth, and Brightwood neighborhoods. Rock Creek Conservancy (RCC) is a non-profit
organization whose mission is to restore Rock Creek and its parklands as a natural oasis for all people to
appreciate and protect.
Link: https://rockcreekconservancy.org/images/Job_Announcements/2020-Downspout-Disconnect-Technician---Position-Description.pdf
Senior Manager, Operations
National Wildlife Federation
We are seeking a full-time Senior Operations Manager to join our team, in Washington, DC. (Due to COVID-19 all employees are working remotely until we make return to work decisions). This position is an integral part of the National Advocacy Center’s (NAC) leadership team. In this role you will be responsible for working with the Vice President of National and International Conservation Programs and the NAC leadership team to achieve the goals of the strategic plan. You will act as a trusted advisor to the Vice President of National and International Conservation Programs, and will develop and maintain high-level oversight of all aspects of operations and administration. You will work to establish best practices within the NAC, and will be an active member of the wider NWF Program Operations team. You will also supervise the Contracts Specialist and the Office Manager, two full-time positions whose responsibilities are a subset of those listed at the link below.
Link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/NAT1047NWF/JobBoard/1ca8346a-33cc-401d-90d9-d7f752fdfd7d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=c93f7dbe-c353-4060-8292-15cee5954a0a
Grants Manager & Writer (Part-Time)
Waterkeepers Chesapeake
Waterkeepers Chesapeake seeks a bright, experienced individual to join our fundraising team as a Grants Manager & Writer. In addition to researching and writing grant proposals on behalf of our non-profit organization, the Grants Manager & Writer will be in charge of maintaining a grants calendar to monitor the application process and keep track of various deadlines. Our ideal candidate is someone who will be able to enthusiastically help our organization attain the grants it needs to serve the community. This is an excellent position for a candidate interested in working in a small organization that welcomes creative ideas from staff at all levels, and provides a range of responsibilities and opportunities to learn and participate in campaigns that make a difference in people’s lives. This is a part-time 20 to 24 hour per week position, with the possibility of becoming full-time dependent on available funding. This position is available immediately.

Waterkeepers Chesapeake is a coalition of 17 Waterkeeper programs working to make the waters of the Chesapeake and Coastal Bays swimmable and fishable. We amplify the voices of each Waterkeeper and mobilize our organizations to fight pollution and champion clean water.

Waterkeepers Chesapeake is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, disabled people, and transgender or gender non-conforming applicants strongly encouraged to apply.
Link: https://waterkeeperschesapeake.org/grants-manager-writer-pt/
Wildlands Network, large landscape conservation leader, has 4 positions open!!
Wildlands Network
See all 4 at link.
Link: https://wildlandsnetwork.org/employment-volunteer-opportunities/
3 Interns at Duke Farms in Hillsborough, NJ
Duke Farms
Education Intern, Natural Resources Intern, Facilities Intern. 2021 Intern cohort runs from June 1 to September 1!
Link: https://www.dukefarms.org/about/internships/
Chesapeake Bay Program Multimedia Intern
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
Specific duties of the position:
• Work under the guidance of the Multimedia Manager to generate story ideas, photographs and social media posts that meet CBP’s specifically identified needs.
• Organize, edit, caption and provide keywords for photos to be added to the publicly available CBP photo archive.
• Work independently and with CBP staff in outdoor locations including farms, parks and waterways.
• Take on other duties as assigned and as applicable to the candidate’s skills, such as writing and video
editing/production.

Qualifications and Experience:
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Proficiency in editing, captioning and toning digital photos using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
• Proficiency using DSLR/mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras.
• Solid writing proficiency and knowledge of AP style.
• Interest in environmental and/or social issues.
• Exceptional interpersonal skills and willingness to be a team player.
• Must have dependable access to a vehicle.
• Physical requirements – applicants must be:
o able to lift and carry objects up 50 pounds,
o able to stand and walk for extended periods, sometimes over rough terrain, and o comfortable traveling by boat.
• Videography, non-linear editing and motion graphics skills are a plus.
The Alliance aspires to be an inclusive multicultural organization that celebrates the rich dimensions of diversity such as race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious and political beliefs.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay offers a family and dog-friendly, flexible work environment. We are committed to building a diverse team and strongly encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. If you meet more than 75% of the qualifications of this description, we encourage you to apply.
Link: https://www.allianceforthebay.org/job/position-announcement-chesapeake-bay-program-multimedia-intern/
USDA Forest Service Upcoming Hiring Events 2021
USDA Forest Service
Caring for the Land and Serving People

Start your career on the right foot and help sustain our country’s natural resources for future generations. Learn more about what it means to work for nature, including information about wages, benefits, and our organization’s commitment to diversity. Working for the U.S. Forest Service is a rewarding adventure. Imagine what a job with us could mean for you!
Link: https://www.fs.usda.gov/working-with-us/jobs/events
Agriculture and Climate Scientist (49438) - Location flexible
The Nature Conservancy
The Agriculture and Climate Scientist will provide scientific support for global agriculture initiatives as well as projects in key geographies around the world. They will work closely with scientific, strategy, and conservation teams throughout TNC to align best available science with TNC priorities, strategy, messaging, and on-the-groundwork. They will collaborate with external partners to build understanding at the nexus of climate and agriculture so that TNC can pursue science-backed opportunities to tackle climate change and provide food and water sustainably. They will be expected to compile and present written and oral reports for internal and external audiences with varying levels of technical expertise. The role will serve primary as a science and technical expert resource. The Agriculture and Climate Scientist will report to the Senior Scientist for Agriculture and Food Systems.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
Lead Social Scientist - Brazil
The Nature Conservancy
The Lead Social Scientist, Brazil provides technical and scientific support as a subject matter professional to ensure a scientific underpinning to our vision of a world where people and nature can thrive. S/he is a member of the Brazil Program Science team and works collaboratively on social questions of strategic importance to the conservation approaches of The Nature Conservancy in Brazil. The position reports to the Science Director and may be based at a TNC office in Brazil, at a home office in Brazil or a mix of the two.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
Coastal Social Scientist (49435)
The Nature Conservancy
The Conservation Social Scientist provides technical and scientific support as a subject matter professional on social issues related to conservation. They work as part of the NY division science team primarily supporting priority teams (these teams include Climate Mitigation, Climate Adaptation, Oceans & Fisheries, Lands, Cities, Stewardship and Water) throughout NYS. The Conservation Social Scientist helps determine where and how our conservation activities intersect with people and when we can and should broaden our focus to better understand community impacts and secure benefits to people. They use qualitative and quantitative methods to streghten our scientific understanding of human well being within our conservation priorities. They provide technical and scientific support and leadership around social sciences and people-related aspects of our work.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
IT Senior Business Analyst (49419)
The Nature Conservancy
The Senior Business Analyst leads and manages analysis of all aspects of mid-level complexity Information Technology (IT) products or services to optimize organizational efficiency. The Senior Business Analyst will serve as a point-of-contact within IT for one or more business areas. This position will be a member of the IT Constituent Engagement Systems team, with primary focus on relationship management with and support for TNC’s Marketing, Membership, Development, Government Relations or Revenue Entry business teams.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
Easement Monitoring Intern
The Nature Conservancy
The Easement Monitoring Intern is responsible for performing annual compliance monitoring inspections of assigned TNC Legal Interests from a suite of 45 Conservation Easements and 71 Deed Restrictions throughout New Hampshire.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
Marine Scientist (49432)
The Nature Conservancy
The Marine Scientist will be part of a small team of multi-disciplinary staff working towards achieving The Nature Conservancy’s marine conservation goals in New York and along the Atlantic coast. The successful candidate will join the New York Oceans and Great Lakes Fisheries team to help advance ecosystem-based approaches to marine fishery management and will also work with our climate change mitigation team to help ensure offshore energy development is compatible with goals for marine ecosystem conservation. The Marine Scientist will work with The Nature Conservancy’s NY government relations, science, and philanthropy teams and with marine scientists across the Atlantic coast and North America.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
NC Coastal Fire Crew Manager
The Nature Conservancy
The Prescribed Fire Crew Manager coordinates day-to-day activities of the prescribed fire crew and participates in wildland fire operations which include ignition, control, mop-up, suppression, monitoring, etc. All TNC staff actively participating on a prescribed burn must be qualified as a FFT2. The Prescribed Fire Crew Manager will participate in preparing fire lines, maintaining equipment, post-burn monitoring and other tasks. May perform other preserve management duties when conditions are not conducive to prescribed fire.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
South Africa Program Coordinator (49390)
The Nature Conservancy
The South Africa Source Program Coordinator supports TNC South Africa to protect and restore key source water areas using nature-based solutions, build capacity for establishing partner-lead governance and finance programs to advance conservation in South Africa., The Coordinator in collaboration with Program teams will promote sustainably funded public-private partnerships driven by science to benefit water security and ecosystem integrity. The Coordinator advances projects led by both TNC and partners, and tracks progress for projects across geographies in South Africa. Preferred location is Cape Town, South Africa.
Link: http://nature.org/careers
Stormwater Project Manager
Lowe Columbia Estuary Partnership
The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership seeks a Stormwater Project Manager for its Community Programs Team to manage multiple existing stormwater projects, and to identify, develop, and implement new stormwater projects that help reduce and improve the water quality of stormwater runoff in lower Columbia River communities. The primary initial focus of the position is managing a large stormwater retrofit project in Ilwaco, Washington. Work will include developing and managing contracts with engineering and design consultants; communicating and developing agreements with project partners (primarily the City of Ilwaco and Port of Ilwaco); managing the project’s funding contract; overseeing development of design reports, construction documents, quality insurance plans, and bid documents; providing on-site construction oversight; and managing project closeout and final grant reporting. The Stormwater Project Manager will simultaneously manage a number of smaller stormwater related projects. The Stormwater Project Manager positions requires five years’ experience managing the implementation of stormwater retrofit projects, a thorough understanding of current stormwater retrofit best management practices and stormwater management manuals (i.e. Ecology’s Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington, the City of Portland Stormwater Management Manual), and an ability to work collaboratively with communities, consultants, and contractors.
Link: https://www.estuarypartnership.org/news/were-hiring-stormwater-project-manager
Virtual Environmental Conservation Instructor
Books Motivate Foundation
Books Motivate Foundation is accepting applications for Virtual Environmental Conservation Instructors.
Two to six-month contracts are considered. Start date: April 2021. 
Work Requirement: Instructors are required to have experience and training in environmental conservation. A minimum of 12 hours per week for six weeks with 2 hours weekly instruction hours and 10 hours lesson planning, curriculum review, student assessment, and office hours.

How to Apply: Submit a letter of interest and professional resume to: info@booksmotivate.org

Compensation Information: Salary is negotiable, Hourly rate, independent contractor position.
Link: https://www.booksmotivate.org
Associate Director, Data Management & Analytics
National Parks Conservation Association
The National Parks Conservation Association, a 100-year-old nonprofit advocacy organization and the nation’s leading voice for national parks seeks an Associate Director, Data Management & Analytics. In this position, the Associate Director will help oversee all data services and records management associated with the Development department.

• Assumes lead role for data analytics and business intelligence (Big Data) including the business systems, tools and processes necessary to support objectives with prospect and donor engagement and fundraising.
• Driver in the adoption of Revolution Online and all related processes and reporting by Development department staff.
• Assumes day-to-day responsibility for the management and integrity of data inputs and outputs, efficiency of reporting and performance metrics, and effectiveness of the use of technology in supporting operations within the department.
• Partners with the Senior Database Administrator, IT, and other NPCA staff on cross-departmental data initiatives.

Link: https://www.npca.org/about/careers
Seasonal and Internship Opportunities
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy has several outdoor seasonal jobs and internship positions open - please visit our careers page or email Amanda at anoe@appalachiantrail.org for more information.
Link: https://appalachiantrail.org/careers/
Stonewall Intern
National Parks Conservation Association
National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation's leading national park advocacy organization, seeks an intern to join our Northeast office for the spring of 2021. This Northeast-based position supports NPCA program professionals to advance park protection priorities with a focus on Stonewall National Monument, the first national park site solely dedicated to LGBTQ history. To a lesser extent, the position also supports with research and engagement support for other national park sites in the northeast region, incl. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. The successful candidate is inspired by national parks; has a passion for environmental, cultural, and historical issues, and non-profit advocacy; and wants to add value to a high-performing team that advocates for park protection through partnerships and outreach. The ideal candidate possesses strong administrative skills, works well in a fast-paced environment, successfully manages projects before deadlines, can work with a variety of stakeholders, is detail-oriented, and has excellent oral and written communication skills.
Link: https://www.npca.org/about/careers
Senior Program Manager, Landscape Conservation & Energy
National Parks Conservation Association
The National Parks Conservation Association, a 100-year-old nonprofit advocacy organization and the nation’s leading voice for national parks seeks a Senior Program Manager, Landscape Conservation & Energy. The Senior Program Manager will work with the Director of Energy and Landscape Conservation to implement the goals of both the Energy Program and the Landscape Conservation Program. The position will also work closely with Regional Programs, Government Affairs, Legal, Communications and Government Affairs staff to coordinate and execute energy development and land protection strategies with a focus on justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.
Link: https://www.npca.org/about/careers
Land Transactions Project Manager
Peninsula Open Space Trust
Responsible for implementing all phases of real estate transactions to further POST’s land conservation projects with an emphasis on agricultural lands.
Link: openspacetrust.org/careers
Charles Jordan Memorial Summer 2021 Internship
The Conservation Fund
Assist in developing an emerging strategy for the conservation of each of the four Selma-to-Montgomery march campsites and the related broader engagement strategy of local communities and beyond.
Link: https://www.conservationfund.org/about-us/job-openings
MAKING HISTORY CAMPAIGN FELLOWSHIP (ONE-YEAR TERM POSITION) (PAID)
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
The Making History Fellow will support the 5-year Making History Campaign that launched in 2018 to accelerate efforts in defense and advancement of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint. The Making History Campaign focuses on restoring two of the Bay’s most effective natural filters- trees and oysters- and working to improve water quality, engage new advocates and drive economic benefits across the region.

The Making History Fellow will support the 3 legs of the Making History campaign: Oysters, Trees and Voices by identifying opportunities for the Chesapeake Oyster Alliance, Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership and the Voices leg of the campaign to be more diverse and inclusive across partners, volunteers, students, and the public at-large. The Fellow will also have the opportunity for professional development, mentorship and be able to experience all parts of the organization by shadowing staff in all departments and levels in the organization to gain a holistic picture of CBF.

Salary: $45,000, this is not negotiable.
Link: https://www.cbf.org/about-cbf/jobs-internships/jobs/making-history-campaign.html
Director of Development
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
As a key contributor to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) and as a senior staff member within its Development program, the Director of Development oversees a $15M+ fundraising program and provides leadership to the major gifts, foundations, and planned giving programs. This position is responsible for establishing program strategy, recommending annual fundraising goals, and building a long-term vision for the program. In addition, the Director of Development generates gifts from a portfolio of donors and prospects and works with trustees and other leadership volunteers to identify prospects and secure gifts. The Director serves as a programmatic expert, effectively communicating CBF initiatives, accomplishments, and return on investment to donors.

Salary: Base starts at $100,000 but is negotiable
Link: https://www.cbf.org/about-cbf/jobs-internships/jobs/director-of-development.html
Wildlife Refuge Manager
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
11 locations--see job description! View more details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/591780000

As a Wildlife Refuge Manager your duties will include but are not limited to the following:

Plan, manage, evaluate, and carry out the biological program at assigned Refuge/Wetland Management District (WMD).
Prepare proposals for development/improvement projects (to include timeframes and costs) for the assigned Refuge/WMD and submit for review/approval during annual budget cycle.
Oversee, review and approve land and aquatic conservation activities, habitat creation, restoration and containment projects, research studies, population studies, wildlife inventory, and monitoring activities.
Develop and maintain partnerships with other Federal, state, and local agencies, private organizations, and special interest groups to protect lands around the Refuge/WMD.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/591780000
Geneticist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592145900

As a Geneticist your duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

Use DNA markers and automated DNA analyzers/sequencers to collect genotypic, gene frequency, and DNA sequence date on hatchery and wild population of fishes.
Provide oral presentations at workshops, symposia, and other scientific meetings.
Collate information from multiple sources to effectively manage technical coordination of information across multiple applied research studies.
Perform population genetics statistical analyses.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592145900
Wildlife Refuge Specialist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592191300

As a Wildlife Refuge Specialist your duties will include but are not limited to the following:

Plan, manage, evaluate, and carry out the biological program at assigned Refuge.
Prepare proposals for development/improvement projects (to include timeframes and costs) for the assigned Refuge/WMD and submit for review/approval during annual budget cycle.
Review land and aquatic conservation activities, habitat creation, restoration and containment projects, research studies, population studies, wildlife inventory, and monitoring activities.
Develop and maintain partnerships with other Federal, state, and local agencies, private organizations, and special interest groups to protect lands around the Refuges.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592191300
Natural Resource Specialist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592421200

Serve as the Invasive Species Coordinator for Region 6. The employee will work closely with Refuge staff and a variety of partners to promote a strategic and adaptive approach to invasive species management on National Wildlife Refuge lands and waters. The Natural Resources Specialist will be stationed in one of the following locations - Great Falls, MT; Lewistown, MT; Pingree, ND; or Coleharbor, ND.

Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592421200
Forestry Technician (Fire)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details & apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592466400


Performs duties in one or more of the following functional areas:
Handcrew. Serves as a senior wildland firefighter on a handcrew, or on a wildland or prescribed fire module. Performs the duties of a chainsaw operator and performs chainsaw maintenance and minor repair. Prepares and hooks longlines and external loads. Performs all aspects of wildland and prescribed fire operations including preparation, ignition, monitoring, holding, and mop-up. Collects fire weather data, fuel and/or soil moisture samples, maps projects, and maintains records. May on occasion serve as driver of a crew carrier.

Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592466400
Biological Science Technician (Wildlife)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592843600

As a Biological Science Tech (Wildlife) your duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

Assists in the planning and implementation of wildlife censuses and surveys and recommends wildlife management practices. Assists in planning multifaceted wildlife studies by contributing ideas, determining research methods, establishing practical procedures for accomplishing and reporting the work and determining other needs, such as costs, equipment and personnel.
Monitors and assists in control of wildlife, plant disease outbreaks, pest plant control, mowing/seeding activities and vegetation removal.
Assist in monitoring and controlling invasive plants and animals and disease outbreaks (such as herbicide treatments, trapping, hunting, habitat modifications, and integrated pest management ) and making science-based recommendations for adaptive management.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592843600
Fire Management Officer
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592935900

Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjusts priorities, and prepares schedules for completion of work; assigns work to subordinates based on priorities, selective consideration of the difficulty and requirements of assignments, and the capabilities of employees; evaluates work performance of employees; provides advice, counsel, or instruction to employees on work and administrative matters; interviews candidates for positions; hears and resolves complaints from employees; effects disciplinary measures; identifies developmental and training needs of employees, provides and/or arranges for needed development and training; finds ways to improve production and increase the quality of the work directed; and develops performance standards.


Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592935900
Biological Science Technician (Avian)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/593023800

As a Biological Science Technician (Avian) your duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

Locate, monitor, and band tundra nesting waterfowl and assist with aquatic and terrestrial habitat data collection.
Monitor beach nesting birds and assist with invasive plant mapping.
Conduct surveys of breeding landbirds and shorebirds.
Find and monitor landbird and shorebird nests.
Capture, measure, and band breeding landbirds and shorebirds.
Conduct surveys of marine birds and seabirds from small and large vessels.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/593023800
Intern (paid): Visitor Services & Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/visitor-services-outreach-intern/po-00728222

Major duties for the position include presenting educational and interpretive programs, staffing the visitor center and providing information about the area, and contributing to the Refuge’s social media page. In addition to these primary duties, the intern will also have the opportunity to update displays and bulletin boards, and perform roving interpretation on our nature trail.

These experiences will provide the intern with the opportunity to reach a diverse group of people and to develop knowledge and appreciation of the environment and the National Wildlife Refuge System. During the season, the intern will have an opportunity to work with a variety of partners including government agencies, conservation organizations, and the refuge’s volunteer group.

Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/visitor-services-outreach-intern/po-00728222
Intern (paid): Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/visitor-services-intern/po-00728500

Your duties would be as follows:
Support the Visitor Services Manager in duties related to environmental education, Interpretation, wildlife observation and photography activities;
Ensure refuge visitor contact station remains open on days assigned to engage with the public; staff and work local festivals;
Assist with Introduction to Archery staff programs;
Other duties as assigned.

This position will focus on connecting people with nature which is core to our mission in that it will be for the continual benefit of our visiting public. The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s mission is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/visitor-services-intern/po-00728500
Intern (paid): Biology
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biology-intern/po-00728604

Duties include but are not limited to: conducting breeding bird and bat surveys; freshwater mussel sampling; data entry and report preparation; and invasive species mapping. Intern may be working long hours, some weekends and holidays, and in frequent heat and high humidity. Intern must be in good physical condition, possess valid driver’s license, be willing to work in boats and have good hearing and eyesight in order to conduct survey activities. Intern must have good communication and organizational skills, ability to work well with others, and be an enthusiastic field worker.

Intern must be willing to work across program lines to help with maintenance and visitor services priorities.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biology-intern/po-00728604
Intern (paid): Biological Science Technician
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-science-technician-intern/po-00728681

Biological Duties:
Will assist with the USFWS wetland and grassland easement program administration. Duties will include aerial photography interpretation, GIS, and new landowner identification within out 8 county wetland management district to aid in the USFWS easement mapping effort.

Will conduct general and specific surveys and censuses to determine populations of waterfowl, marsh, water and neotropical birds. Summarizes survey data and submits reports in draft for review by the supervisor.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-science-technician-intern/po-00728681
Global Carbon Markets Director
The Nature Conservancy
The Director serves as a Conservancy lead for establishing a “Center for Carbon Excellence”, coordinating and leveraging internal expertise in science, corporate engagement, finance, public policy, and on-the ground conservation to direct private capital towards NCS projects that deliver high-quality, credible offsets around the world
Link: https://careers.nature.org/psc/tnccareers/APPLICANT/APPL/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Intern (paid): Biology
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-intern/po-00728790

Primary job duties include:
-grounds maintenance and upkeep at the Audubon NWR Office and Visitor Center (35%)
-assist district manager with wetland district management (i.e. fencing, grazing inspections, etc. 25%)
-treatment of invasive species through herbicide and mechanical methods (25%)
-collect and manage invasive treatment data (5%)
-other job duties (10%)
Other job duties may include:
-Assist with environmental education programs
-Complete wildlife surveys
-Complete grassland inventories
-Assist with fencing and/or other maintenance on refuges lands
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-intern/po-00728790
Intern (paid): Youth & Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/youth-and-visitor-services-intern/po-00729512

Intern will assist with the preparations and facilitation of two different Kenai Refuge summer day camps (for ages 6-11; 2nd-5th graders), 50%; presenting environmental education and wildlife interpretive nature programs,10%; assist ranger staff in visitor center, campgrounds, fishing area patrols, and roving contacts, 30%; and other field projects and trail/cabin patrol work, 10%.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/youth-and-visitor-services-intern/po-00729512
Intern (paid): Maintenance
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/2021-potomac-river-nwr-maintenance-intern/po-00729806

The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s mission is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. This position will focus on maintenance aspects needed to achieve our agency’s mission across three national wildlife refuges comprising the Potomac River National wildlife Refuge Complex. Major internship duties include supporting the Maintenance Supervisor with upkeep of roads, hiking trails, refuge visitor facilities, small installation or construction projects, wildlife habitat management, and care of equipment and vehicles. In addition, the incumbent will assist other refuge staff with visitor and biological programming as needed.

Incumbent will receive on-the-job training from a supervisor. However, experience working with hand tools, trail maintenance, or construction is a plus.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/2021-potomac-river-nwr-maintenance-intern/po-00729806
Finance Manager
The Nature Conservancy
The Finance Manager provides specialized finance/accounting-related services to Global Strategy teams, colleagues and partners around the world. This position is largely funded by the Bezos Earth Fund (BEF) and therefore, the primary focus of the position is to provide financial management, reporting, and transactional services to coordinate and support the needs and activities related to this private award,
Link: https://careers.nature.org/psc/tnccareers/APPLICANT/APPL/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Intern (paid): Community Connection
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/community-connection-intern/po-00730674

Major Duties:
Outreach - Suggests new topics, revisions, and other changes or improvements in the refuge’s overall program; participates in development of program plans that include program content, emphasis, and methods, taking into account audience needs. Develops outreach materials such as pamphlets, exhibits, and signs. Responsible for onsite guided service, including implementation of virtual videos, on-site hikes, and backyard chats. Goal is to expose new audiences to nature in a fun, interactive manner.
Environmental Education - Develops and presents on- and off-site environmental education programs for a variety of audiences. Drafts and conducts a variety of environmental education curricula and other educational products. Prepares and conducts teacher training and orientation programs.
Master Archery and Fishing Techniques - Teach others how to successfully shoot a bow/arrow and hook a fish, after we teach you!
Staff the John D. Dingell Jr. Visitor Center - Join an amazing team of volunteers as we welcome visitors from all walks of life and discover ways to individually connect everyone with nature.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/community-connection-intern/po-00730674
Intern (paid): Refuge Operations
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/refuge-operations-intern/po-00730721
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/refuge-operations-intern/po-00730721
Natural Climate Solutions Prototyping Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy
The NCS Prototyping Coordinator will proactively coordinate activities related to all aspects of the NCS project prototyping workstream, and may also facilitate other team processes as needed. NCS prototyping encompasses experimenting, measuring, adjusting, and sharing lessons learned from TNC NCS field projects.
Link: https://careers.nature.org/psc/tnccareers/APPLICANT/APPL/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Career Discovery Internship Program (Undergrad underclassmen)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/2021-fws-career-discovery-internship-program/po-00730705

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has partnered with the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to provide summer internships for first & second year college students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds.
USFWS Career Discovery Internship Program (CDIP) is a 12-week, full time, paid summer work opportunity for students with an interest in the conservation industry, who are of Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, African American, Hispanic, or of other racial minority descent.
High-performing interns will have the opportunity to be exposed to widespread geographic locations, a variety of work assignments and tasks, as well as, have the opportunity to be enrolled in USFWS student hiring programs.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/2021-fws-career-discovery-internship-program/po-00730705
Intern (paid): Biology
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/cdip-intern/po-00730730

The intern will be assisting the Eastern Virginia Rivers NWRC, specifically the refuge biologist, with various habitat and vegetation inventorying and data analysis and dissemination. Specific tasks include but are not limited to: assistance with avian and herpetological surveys either via point counts, vernal pool surveys, turtle trapping or other inventorying methods, forest inventory, invasive species chemical and mechanical control and invasive species mapping. Applicants should have good communication skills, flexibility in daily schedule, and be motivated to be part of a dynamic work environment and at times, work independently. The position requires a certain level of physical fitness and dexterity. Demands include: ability to lift 50 lbs and hike three miles at a brisk pace on uneven terrain. When conducting field work, the intern will be exposed to hours of out outdoor work including excessive heat, exposure to ticks and biting and stinging insects, snakes and other field hazards. During this time, all COVID safety precautions must be met. The intern will need to read and understand the Job Hazard Analyses (attached) pertaining to the job including safety precautions when working during the COVID pandemic.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/cdip-intern/po-00730730
Intern (paid): Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Field intern
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/early-detection-rapid-response-edrr-field-intern/po-00730741

Duties Include:
-Coordinate a volunteer crew that assists refuge staff for monitoring and trapping of invasive European green crab. (60%).
-Data management that is used for updates with partners and stakeholders, presentations and reports (30%).
-Work with the “weed warriors” and other refuge projects (invasive and restoration) (10%).

We have 30 trained and dedicated volunteers assisting on this project. A maximum of 5-6 assist on any scheduled field day. The work week will be 5 days, 8 hours per day. Conditions may require working outside in muddy, cool, rainy weather and carry field equipment up to 45 lbs. This position is ideal for outgoing individuals or those looking to obtain the skills needed for a career in biological or environmental sciences. Familiarity with common computer software programs such as Windows, GPS (Collector), GIS ArcMap or AGOL, and the ability to obtain USFWS ATV/UTV certification.

Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/early-detection-rapid-response-edrr-field-intern/po-00730741
Intern (paid): Backcountry Lake Surveyors
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/backcountry-lakes-survey-interns/po-00731132

We at the Fish and Wildlife Services located in Lander Wyoming are looking for 2 interns to accompany our staff and assist with backcountry fishery surveys of dozens of lakes and streams in the Wind River Mountains. The mission of our office is to assist the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes with all things fish and wildlife related to the Wind River Indian Reservation, an incredible landscape of over 2 million acres. Your duties would include backpacking into remote wilderness at high elevation (8,000 to 12,000 feet) for 5 to 10-day trips with the primary purpose of sampling lakes and streams using standard fishing gear. The goal is to assess the species and conditions of catchable fish present and to collect genetic samples from native cutthroat trout. You will experience all the lows and highs of remote country including long arduous hikes in rugged terrain, mosquitoes and black flies, inclement weather, sore feet, the joys of connection to the natural and pristine world, the satisfaction of a hard-earned job well done, and the camaraderie that comes from working closely together with peers.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/backcountry-lakes-survey-interns/po-00731132
Intern (paid): Habitat Restoration
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/habitat-restoration-intern/po-00730871

This position will support the restoration and protection of natural resources throughout northeast Wisconsin. The intern will assist US Fish and Wildlife biologists through support for conservation delivery programs. Assistance with tasks such as habitat restoration project development, implementation, and monitoring will be included. Record keeping within on-going databases, electronic files, and on-line mapping systems will be performed. This position will interact with a wide variety of conservation partners and private landowners. The intern will also prepare outreach and educational materials. Participation in professional meetings and workshops is anticipated. Training and the application of science through natural resource management is included.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/habitat-restoration-intern/po-00730871
Intern (paid): Invasive Species & Prairie Management
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/invasive-species-and-prairie-management-specialist/po-00731387

The Valentine National Wildlife Refuge(NWR) Invasive Species and Prairie Management Specialist will carry out much needed control of invasive plants threatening Sandhill Prairie, wetland and marsh habitats, which are critical to migrating and breeding birds, as well as other species of wildlife. Control methods include cutting and digging with hand tools, ATV-mowing equipment and herbicide application. Biological aids will be responsible for documenting locations and treatments applied to invasive plants across the refuge using GPS and GIS technology. Duties also include conducting annual monitoring of rare plants, monitoring the effects of the grassland grazing program; and habitat mapping. These biological aids may also assist the biological staff with biological surveys and projects. Experience using GIS is a plus. All positions (depending on qualifications of applicants) may also help with other biological duties as assigned. Technicians and aids should have the ability to work independently and as part of a team, tolerate working outdoors in all conditions (heat, cold, rain, insects, etc), physical ability to hike while carrying tools, and have a valid driver’s license. Training in driving ATV/UTV’s will be given as well. A bunkhouse is available, with shared kitchen and living space. Positions are expected to last 6 months.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/invasive-species-and-prairie-management-specialist/po-00731387
Intern (paid): Biology
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-science-intern/po-00731427

This position will serve as a Biological Science Intern. The selected intern will provide biological and technical support for protocol development, field surveys, and data management needs pertaining to the collection of inventory and monitoring information on Department of Interior (DOI) lands. This work supports the streamlining process associated with the Energy Policy Act of 2005 by increasing DOI baseline knowledge and current trends in the status of sensitive species and their habitats to efficiently process permit requests and regulatory compliance. Field work will mainly occur on Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, with additional field work occurring on lands administered by Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Roswell/Carlsbad BLM Field Offices. Limited travel may be required. A field ready intern is necessary to aide with potential threatened or endangered species issues and may work with complex land management issues such as oil and gas development for example. Data collection will span a variety of taxa (i.e. gastropods, reptiles, avian species, etc) and habitat types (i.e. wetlands, Chihuahuan desert, short grass prairie, etc). The selected intern will work closely and be supervised by New Mexico Ecological Services U.S. Fish and Wildlife staff based at the Roswell BLM Field Office, as well as with staff located at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/biological-science-intern/po-00731427
Intern (paid): Natural Resources
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/natural-resource-intern/po-00731566

Job Duties:
· Mammal surveys (camera and live trapping)
· Bird surveys
· Vegetation sampling
· Invasive species mapping and control
· Pollinator garden maintenance
· Aquatic work (fish sampling, stream and wetland surveys)
· Herpetofauna surveys
· Prairie/grassland restoration work
· Outreach and education opportunities
· General physical labor including but not limited to cutting down trees, cutting woody riparian vegetation, harvesting native seeds, equipment cleaning, and picking up litter.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/natural-resource-intern/po-00731566
Intern (paid): Natural Resources
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/natural-resource-internship/po-00731570
Assist Buckley Air Force Base biologist in invasive plant mapping, monitoring, and mechanical and chemical treatments; participating in raptor trapping and relocation program; carrying out shortgrass prairie restoration; and habitat modification and restoration. The intern will use GPS units to target invasive plant areas throughout various sites; become familiar with federally threatened plant and mammal species and how to conduct work in sensitive species areas; and work with USFWS staff to organize field data and develop reports. Invasive plant species control will primarily be accomplished through hand pulling/mowing/chemical treatment and re-vegetation with native seed. Habitat modification/restoration and invasive species chemical treatments will be accomplished with agricultural tractors, skid steer, chainsaws, using hand tools, and power tools.

This position will also assist the Pueblo Chemical Depot biologist with fieldwork for the black-tailed prairie dog translocation project. This research will be on black-tailed prairie dogs in southeastern Colorado, with the purpose of reestablishing black-tailed prairie dogs on Pueblo Chemical Depot to support the recovery of the black-footed ferret. Other natural resources surveys and management (e.g. bird and mammal surveys, vegetation surveys, wildlife cameras, wildlife response calls, etc.) will be required of the technician. Moving and setting traps for prairie dogs on various project sites; live trapping of prairie dogs including marking, handling and releasing; visual counts of prairie dogs; vegetation identification/sampling; GPS surveys; biological samples; wildlife cameras; data management; volunteer coordination; safety; complies with health and safety program; and other duties as assigned.
Link: https://www.thesca.org/serve/position/natural-resource-internship/po-00731570
Intern (paid): Habitat Restoration
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
View details and apply here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/520784.html

Primary duties will include:

Assist with conducting and monitoring of habitat restoration work
Cleaning and maintaining ditches, managed wetlands, dikes, and other water control structures
Operating auxiliary equipment and attachments such as mowers, cutter bars, plows, harrows, sprayers, discs, front-end loaders, movable dozer blades, backhoes, wagons, and post-hole diggers. Careful and exact maneuvering is required.
Maintaining tractors and other equipment, including but not limited to, replacing chains and belts, cables, lubrication, oil, and filter changes, battery checks, safety inspections, and other servicing
Tasks involved with biological census work, building maintenance, and other miscellaneous duties within the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex
Link: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/520784.html
Intern (paid): Community Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3fc7d1038b5&lang=en

The Community Outreach Intern at Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge will support the efforts of the Urban Wildlife Conservation Program (UWCP). The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has identified MN Valley as one of the 14 priority urban refuges in the nation. Minnesota Valley is located off a metro light rail stop in Bloomington, and less than 25 miles from the heart of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul). The Urban Outreach team at MN Valley works to provide nature-based programs, outdoor recreation experiences and environmental career exploration opportunities to communities throughout the Twin Cities.

Interns will work with the Urban Outreach team to:
Assist in developing methods to engage community members in outreach programs
Maintain and build partnerships
Attend community events with staff – provide refuge information and assist with craft projects and activities
Develop professional skills and interests
Explore various career paths within the field of natural resource management
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3fc7d1038b5&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3e80a823313&lang=en

The employee will be performing a combination of the following duties:
Assist with environmental education program as activity or small group leader. Maintains equipment and supplies.
Presents limited interpretive talks and conducts tours of limited complexity that do not require extensive background knowledge.
At a visitor center information desk, answers visitors’ questions that are usually routine and repetitive and relate largely to factual situations, such as geographical location of facilities, trails, tour routes, boat ramps, and other recreational areas. Obtains and posts various information to records, such as number of visitors, survey information on length of visitor stay, size of visiting parties, and patterns of visitor use. Maintains supply of informative materials and other stock items.
Serve as a fee collector, selling refuge permits, duck stamps, and America the Beautiful Passes, and safeguards and balances collected funds. Maintains records on accountable permits and stock items; and controls vehicular traffic.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3e80a823313&lang=en
Intern (paid): Community Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3d94e5f2c44&lang=en

The intern will work to:
Assist in developing methods to engage community members in outreach programs
Attend community events with staff – providing refuge information and assisting with craft projects and activities
Engage with partners and community groups
Develop professional skills and interests
Maintain and build partnerships
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176e3d94e5f2c44&lang=en
Intern (paid): Community Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176f278c46e448c&lang=en

Fellows will develop new outreach programs specifically geared towards the local Hispanic community. Projects could include researching how the Hispanic community perceives the refuge, working with the Refuge’s Urban partners, designing bilingual brochures, setting up informational booths at community events, and planning and implementing a new community outreach event on the refuge. Fellow will also assist refuge staff with other visitor services duties, which include events, light maintenance, volunteer management, etc.

Fellows will work and communicate with a HAF Program Manager during their fellowship. Fellows will be expected to participate in scheduled conference calls, webinars, and meetings conducted throughout their term. Fellows will capture photos and/or videos for reporting purposes and submit 3 blog posts highlighting their experience and development.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176f278c46e448c&lang=en
Intern (paid): Biology
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c0176d4c187b756f9&lang=en

• Independent project will consist of creating a new Refuge and WMD trail guide,
• Assisting the design and creation of a new trail system,
• Assist with ungulate browse survey,
• Assist with Boreal toad night surveys and Spalding’s catchfly plant surveys (Federally Threatened),
• Aspen stand restoration projects,
• And, plant and install browse protection for deciduous shrubs.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c0176d4c187b756f9&lang=en
Intern (paid): Environmental Interpretation and Natural Resources
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a87625ee7e0176435c70144cb4&lang=en

Complete habitat restoration projects in their base city and at the refuges.
Assist in outreach events and developing methods to engage community members in partnership efforts.
Developing environmental education/public outreach programs and materials.
To a lesser extent, the incumbent(s) may also assist refuge staff and volunteers with:
Habitat management, including invasive species control.
Biological surveys such as bird point counts, waterfowl surveys, bog turtle and wood turtle surveys.
Maintaining refuge trails and public use areas.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a87625ee7e0176435c70144cb4&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a876450b9e017649b5cf3d40a5&lang=en

Developing and conducting educational and interpretive programs at the Fort River Division and Fannie Stebbins Unit. This can include in-person and virtual programs.
Assisting Visitor Service staff with fishing programs.
Assist with the refuge’s archery program. This may include assisting with archery instructional programs, developing partnerships with community organizations interested in using and volunteering at the archery range, helping to establish a mobile archery program.
Work closely with staff from the Springfield Science Museum, assisting with programs in the watershed table room, the Watershed on Wheels exhibits and special events.
Researching, developing and working with existing and potential new partners in Springfield and surrounding cities (Holyoke, Chicopee). Such partners may include, Springfield Park and Rec Department, Eagle Eye Institute, Girls, Inc., Holyoke and Springfield Boys and Girls Club, ReGreen Springfield, and Latino Outdoors.
Trail upkeep and maintenance on refuge lands (in particular the Fort River Division and The Fannie Stebbins Unit).
Produce and provide information for the refuge’s social media account.
Create digital content for refuge use in outreach and visitor services.
Available for a wide of refuge work that may include (but not limited to) invasive species removal, trail maintenance, general refuge maintenance, biological work, and administrative and office tasks.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a876450b9e017649b5cf3d40a5&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services & Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c017676c12ff47724&lang=en


Work with community partners to understand their needs and plan ways to effectively connect people with nature in an urban environment.

Work with State, County, and non-government organizations to provide relevant, curriculum-based programs and experiences that highlight local opportunities to connect with nature in meaningful ways.

Interns will also gain experience in other park ranger duties, including the creation of static displays, improving way-finding signs, writing brochures, and conducting special events.

Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c017676c12ff47724&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services & Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885ac770d24c00177216730ad7ecc&lang=en

Intern will spend 15% of their time on-refuge (Assabet River, Great Meadows, or Oxbow National Wildlife Refuges), assisting Refuge staff and volunteers where needed on projects including, but not limited to, occasionally staffing the front desk at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge visitor center on Saturdays and Sundays, assisting with environmental education programs, trail maintenance projects, facilities upkeep, etc.
Work with refuge staff to develop curriculum-based environmental education activities / program templates focused on Blanding’s turtle conservation. These outlines will be used by educators and teachers throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Both written and video content preferred.
Work with refuge staff to revise and update interpretive materials.
Intern will spend 85% of their time in Lowell working with partners such as Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust, Mass Audubon, and Lowell National Historical Park to plan and facilitate environmental education programs, community outreach and engagement efforts, volunteer coordination, habitat restoration and improvement, and biological survey projects.
Assist Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust staff with planning and facilitating an environmental education summer school program (approximately 4-6 weeks).

Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885ac770d24c00177216730ad7ecc&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a876450b9e017649ada8ec3f18&lang=en

The intern will focus on developing and delivering education and interpretive programming in New Haven and other urban areas in coastal Connecticut. The intern will help in all refuge outreach efforts and work outdoors to enhance wildlife habitat across the coast. If, at any time, public health conditions do not allow for public contact, intern duties will shift to other projects where they can work independently. Interns will be expected to participate in periodic calls, email communications, and meetings with HAF staff during site visits to discuss intern progress.
Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7883a876450b9e017649ada8ec3f18&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c0176779696713510&lang=en

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum will be hiring one Hispanic Access Foundation Intern to work with the Visitor Services and Management staff to support the efforts of the Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership Initiative. The intern will focus on developing and delivering education and interpretive programming both on and off-site in Philadelphia, and attend community meetings, focusing on building community partnerships. Responsibilities will include delivering interpretive, guided walks and developing new programming at the refuge as well as in the surrounding community. The intern will attend community meetings and other events as needed and will help to develop programming.

Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a8766d9a3c0176779696713510&lang=en
Intern (paid): Visitor Services & Outreach
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Apply here: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885ac770d24c00177215e9d7e7b6b&lang=en

Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge will be hiring a Hispanic Access Foundation Intern to work with April Alix, Conservation Program Coordinator, to support the efforts of the Providence Parks Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership. The intern will focus on: 1) environmental education – with field trips to Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge, 2) creating/implementing engaging nature programs at several Providence Parks, 3) community outreach and 4) assisting in facilitating programs at the Summer Nature Camp in a Providence Park. While the goal is to host many of these programs in-person, the candidate will need to be flexible with assisting in hybrid virtual and in-person programming as determined by City and Statewide mandates in place during the 14 week timespan.
Creating and conducting environmental education programs, both virtual and in-person, – primarily in Providence and at Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge;
Work with a variety of community and conservation partners to offer interpretive programs and hikes to connect with urban nature at several Providence Parks;
Community outreach to engage the public in wildlife conservation in their neighborhood parks.
Activating our social media pages with video and activity content throughout the internship (Instagram and Facebook)

Link: http://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7885ac770d24c00177215e9d7e7b6b&lang=en
Aquatic Entomology Temporary Field and Lab Technician (April 1-June 30)
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
The Macroinvertebrate Lab (Patrick Center) of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University seeks a detail-oriented person to assist with current project sample processing, previous project curation, as well as possible field work.
Responsibilities include processing macroinvertebrate samples, processing macroinvertebrates for metabarcoding, following ANS and Drexel lab protocol, data collection and field work (if conditions and COVID protocols allow). Field work entails using macroinvertebrate sampling techniques (kick-net, Surber) and long days in the field. Additional duties include data entry, QA/QC of entered data, administrative tasks, educational outreach, and other duties as needed.
The hire will be trained to handle and process benthic macroinvertebrate samples from major rivers including some sorting and identification of major aquatic insects and macroinvertebrates orders. Training for data capture into databases, zoological classification and taxonomy, archiving of samples and curation of collections will also be provided. The position will provide hands-on experience on aquatic invertebrates, including insects, and collection management. The student will be part of a diverse group of scientists from the Patrick Center for Environmental Research, and will have the opportunity to interact with scientists. A driver's license is required for this work.
This work will be done under the supervision of Dr. Stef Kroll, Section Lead Watershed Ecology and Ms. Tanya Dapkey, Lab Manager, Patrick Center of Environmental Research.
Application review will begin March 19th.
Link: https://ansp.org/research/environmental-research/sections/watershed/
Environmental Communications Program Assistant
Green Fin Studio
The Program Assistant has two distinct roles: developing content and supporting other team members by managing project logistics. The Program Assistant will work with Green Fin Studio principals and the rest of our team to develop and execute overall communications strategies to advance client objectives, ensure coordination across teams to keep projects on track, and develop audience-focused and engaging content. In addition to serving our clients, the Program Assistant will develop and implement strategies for expanding and updating Green Fin Studio’s communication materials on our website, social media, and print. This position is also responsible for tracking and evaluating performance metrics across campaigns and platforms.
Successful candidates will have documented experience in the following:
• translating scientific and technical information into broadly accessible language;
• creating educational and informational content and products;
• developing strategic and clear communication strategies;
• developing concepts for graphics;
• identifying opportunities for communications and messaging, and partnerships with other organizations; and
• being proactive in identifying and employing communication and engagement tools and platforms.
www.GreenFin
Link: https://greenfinstudio.com/2021/02/07/were-hiring-environmental-communications-program-assistant/
Field Technician (multiple)
American Bird Conservancy
Four different temporary field technician positions available, ranging from Black-capped Vireo nest monitoring to vegetation monitors.
Link: https://abcbirds.bamboohr.com/jobs/
Seabirds Program Director
American Bird Conservancy
The Seabird Program Director is a full-time position which is responsible for developing and implementing an ambitious plan for seabird conservation in the Americas. See link below for full description.
Link: https://abcbirds.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=88&source=other
Chief Diversity Officer
American Bird Conservancy
American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to conserving wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. We are seeking a Chief Diversity Officer to help us build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce. The Officer will lead efforts to integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) into our work throughout the hemisphere, as well as to partner with other organizations to promote diversity in birding, bird conservation, and across the bird community, in order to affect positive change throughout the bird conservation world.
Link: https://abcbirds.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=92&source=other
Chief People Officer
American Bird Conservancy
This is a full-time position with American Bird Conservancy (ABC). American Bird Conservancy is a fast-growing, results-focused wildlife conservation non-profit seeking employees with an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to make a difference for birds throughout the Americas. ABC takes on the greatest problems facing birds today, innovating and building on rapid advancements in science to halt extinctions, protect habitats, eliminate threats, and build capacity for bird conservation.

As a Chief People Officer (CPO), you will report to the CFO/COO and be responsible for the daily management of American Bird Conservancy’s Human Resource Department. The CPO develops, implements, and aligns HR programs with business objectives, serving as a strategic partner to the Management Team while supporting employees in their day to day HR needs.
The CPO will be responsible in designing and finalizing the HR policies, contributing to business strategy, develop workforce plans and programs that align with the organizations overall strategic objectives, forecast talent needs and address the talent gaps, orchestrate learning skills and career development of the workforce, employee orientation, education and training, management development, employee and labor relations, policies and procedures, wage and salary administration, benefits administration and employee assistance.
Link: https://abcbirds.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=93&source=other
Join Us! Antioch New England Grad School: Social Justice, EE & Funding Opportunities
Antioch University New England
Come join us! Accepting applications for fall 2021 admission to Antioch University New England's Master of Science in Environmental Studies with an environmental education (EE) focus. Assistantships related to national partnerships/initiatives about culturally responsive and equitable evaluation, community engagement, food justice and community garden education available. We match FoodCorps, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other service-focused educational awards. Scholarships available and students eligible for US federal work-study also can earn up to $10,000 per year in various EE positions.
Gain professional skills, hands-on experience and join an inspiring network of environmental educators committed to social justice and exceptional programming for youth and adults. Faculty expertise in culturally responsive and equitable pedagogy, Indigenous knowledge systems, conservation psychology, community engagement, equitable evaluation, environmental communications and socially-responsible organizational leadership, among other essential skill-building arenas. The only NAAEE-accredited program in the Northeast, Antioch’s multi-faceted approach pairs students with dedicated faculty, as well as numerous on-campus student groups, institutes, and educational centers.

Antioch University New England graduates serve as EE leaders and change agents in urban and rural contexts across the globe. They strive and work for environmental justice while reinvigorating environmental, sustainability and science education in nonformal and formal settings. They guide communities in planning for climate change and promote sustainable, just, inclusive practices in a variety of EE organizations, nonprofits, agencies, schools and businesses. Join us and be the positive change you want to see in the world!

For details, please contact Libby McCann, Director of Environmental Education: emccann@antioch.edu. Learn more at Antioch.edu/new-england/ee
Link: https://www.antioch.edu/academics/environmental-studies-sustainability/environmental-studies-ms/environmental-education-es-ms/
Education Coordinator
Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021 or until position is filled

The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC) is seeking a full-time Education Coordinator to oversee our school field trips, outreach programs, summer camps and adult education classes. The goal of our new mission adopted in 2020, “Creating healthier communities through adventure-based learning that contributes to the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay” is utilizing our 510-acre nature preserve to transform outdoor enthusiasts into active stewards of the Bay and beyond. Annually, we educate over 8,000 students of various ages and believe in equitable access to nature for all.

The primary responsibilities of this position will include developing, coordinating and leading our school field trips for students in grades PreK-12, as well as planning and overseeing our summer camps. Secondary responsibilities will focus on developing new outreach opportunities and revamping adult education classes. Other responsibilities include: assisting with events and fundraisers, training and coordinating volunteers, hiring and supervising summer camp interns, raptor handling and care, promoting programs through social media, grant writing and developing website content.

This is a full-time, 12-month permanent position located in Grasonville, Maryland.
Link: https://bayrestoration.org/employment-opportunities/
Chesapeake Conservation Corps -- Education Volunteer (stipend)
MD DNR/Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve - MD
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve - Maryland (CBNERR-MD) is seeking 2 Chesapeake Bay Conservation Corps Volunteers to help support and strengthen its Education program and Stewardship program goals. This application is specific to the EDUCATION volunteer position. The Education CCC Volunteer will build estuarine and environmental literacy through programs with teachers, students, and communities that will connect them to the Bay and move them to take action toward its protection and restoration at three ecologically valuable estuarine sites (Jug Bay, Otter Point Creek, and Monie Bay). This position is based out of the Annapolis headquarters of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Interested applicants apply through the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Due March 4, 2021.
Link: https://cbtrust.org/chesapeake-conservation-corps/prospective/
Natural Resources Program Manager
National Park Service
You will serve as a senior principal advisor in natural resources and environmental protection program management and implementation for Anacostia Park and other national parks of National Capital Park East.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/592002300
Chesapeake Conservation Corps -- Stewardship Volunteer (stipend)
MD- DNR / CBNERR-MD
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve - Maryland (CBNERR-MD) is seeking 2 Chesapeake Bay Conservation Corps Volunteers to help support and strengthen its Education program and Stewardship program goals. This application is specific to the STEWARDSHIP volunteer position. The Stewardship CCC Volunteer will help to protect, manage and restore three ecologically valuable estuarine sites (Jug Bay, Otter Point Creek, and Monie Bay) and provide stewardship opportunities for Marylanders. This position is based out of the Annapolis headquarters of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Interested applicants apply with the Chesapeake Bay Trust. Due March 4, 2021
Link: https://cbtrust.org/chesapeake-conservation-corps/prospective/
Executive Director Friends of Anacostia Park
Friends of Anacostia Park
Apply now to be the founding executive director for Friends of Anacostia Park! You will have a unique opportunity to create a transformative organization that enhances and supports Anacostia Park, a national park in our nations capital, for the benefit of local residents and visitors for generations to come.

The executive director will be responsible for organizational management, coordination with NPS, community connections, and various other responsibilities related to start-up, growth, partnership building, and activities. Responsibilities are expected to increase in coming years as the organization gains independence and builds the systems, culture, relationships, and funding needed to grow, connect, and thrive.

Applications will be accepted through March 26, 2021.
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=c77264ea-0378-4b2a-b88d-d06bed974763&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US
Director of Climate Policy and Justice
Maryland League of Conservation Voters
Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) and Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (Maryland LCVEF) are hiring a Director of Climate Policy and Justice. This senior-level position will help develop and direct a newly established Climate Change program within Maryland LCV/EF. The program is integral to meeting the organization’s new strategic plan focused on climate change and environmental justice. The Director of Climate Policy and Justice will shape the organization’s climate mitigation and resilience efforts, aimed at reducing both the state’s greenhouse gas emissions and the harmful impacts of climate change statewide, with a focus on communities that are overburdened by a history of environmental injustice. The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of climate policy, experience working in state government or as a state policy advocate, and will have participated in an advocacy coalition that has identified equity as a central policy concern. The Director will report directly to the Executive Director and will work in close collaboration with the organization’s deputy director, political director and other members of the staff.
Link: https://www.mdlcv.org/jobs-and-internships
Maryland LCV/EF - Organizing Manager Chispa Maryland
Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
The Chispa Maryland Organizing Manager will advance the priorities of Maryland LCV/EF by leading a team in designing and implementing organizing campaigns at the intersection of climate, justice, and equity. The ideal candidate will have experience in program management, base and partnerships building, and leadership development. This position will report to the Deputy Executive Director and will work in close collaboration with other members of the staff.
Link: https://d1keuthy5s86c8.cloudfront.net/static/ems/upload/files/2021_Maryland_LCV_Chispa_Maryland_Organizing_Manager_Job_Description.pdf
Community Outreach Coordinator
Casey Trees
The Community Outreach Coordinator develops, enhances, and implements community driven programming aimed at fostering and growing community partnerships. The Community Outreach Coordinator serves as a member of the Education Team, engaging both internal and external stakeholders, and ensuring educational and outreach outcomes promote Casey Trees’ mission of restoring, enhancing, and protecting the tree canopy of the nation’s capital. The incumbent is an experienced, enthusiastic, highly motivated individual that is dedicated to improving the urban natural environment and thrives working with diverse communities.
Link: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=3441988&B_ID=44&fid=1&Adid=0&ssbgcolor=5B5B5B&SearchScreenID=11916&CountryID=3&LanguageID=2
Communications & Events Associate
Casey Trees
Casey Trees is a Washington D.C. based non-profit with a mission to restore, enhance, and protect the tree canopy of the Nation's Capital. The organization is seeking a Communications & Events Associate to fulfill all aspects of volunteer management, logistics, communications, and tracking for all events including trainings, tree plantings, donor engagements and the like. The ideal candidate has a successful track record of independently managing multiple projects and balancing competing priorities and deadlines. The Associate screens and prioritizes communications and opportunities and maintains administrative processes.
Link: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=3441988&B_ID=44&fid=1&Adid=0&ssbgcolor=5B5B5B&SearchScreenID=11916&CountryID=3&LanguageID=2
Temp Assistant-Environmental Literacy & Outdoor Education
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
The Anne Arundel County Public Schools Environmental Literacy and Outdoor Education program seeks diverse, energetic and enthusiastic team members to assist with the Environmental Literacy and Outdoor Education programs, including summer camps and school programming. This position includes preparation of materials, outdoor instruction, evening program implementation, participating in staff development activities and helping with upkeep of educational displays. This entry level position helps build skills in the environmental education field. Posting is open to create of pool of candidates, hiring will be in May/June timeframe.
Link: Https://aacps.tedk12.com/hire/viewjob.aspx?JobID=10822
Natural Climate Solutions Prototyping Scientist
The Nature Conservancy
The Natural Climate Solutions (NCS) Prototyping Scientist will work directly with a range of field programs to design experiments and measure outcomes. We are looking for a bit of a “unicorn” candidate with skills in project design and evaluation, ecological and social science, geospatial analysis, carbon accounting, and capacity building. However, the extensive list of desired qualifications should not deter any scientist with strong quantitative analysis skills and an interest in solutions-oriented climate change research and building global relationships from applying. Other key qualities include ability to juggle multiple and varied projects, initiative, ability to work with a wide range of people, and a teamwork attitude.
Link: https://careers.nature.org/psp/tnccareers/APPLICANT/APPL/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=49442&PostingSeq=1
Coming Soon - Restoration Technician, Communication Associate & Program Specialist positions
Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy
Full and part time positions to support the Watershed Stewards Academy: Restoration technician, Communication Associate(Part-Time) and Program Specialist. Hiring in spring 2021. Be sure to check out www.aawsa.org and learn about our growing organization!!
Link: http://www.aawsa.org
Part-Time Financial and Administrative Assistant
Virginia Interfaith Power & Light
Purpose:
To help coordinate the internal work of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light (VAIPL) by providing bookkeeping services and accurately recording day to day financial transactions and general administration as a member of the VAIPL team. VAIPL is a regional affiliate of the national organization Interfaith Power & Light.

Description:
Check out the link for the position description.

To Apply:
Please fill out the short form at https://forms.gle/wTaVj7Yq1Jun3Yke7 and forward a cover letter, three professional references, and resume to kcrawford@vaipl.org with “Financial and Administrative Assistant” in the subject line and include where you heard about the position. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Link: https://vaipl.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Job-description.-Financial-Administrative-Assistant-3.4.21.pdf
Faith Outreach Manager
Virginia Interfaith Power & Light
Purpose:
To help coordinate the internal work of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light (VAIPL) to educate and engage faith leaders, community leaders, and congregations on the issues of climate change, environmental justice, and civic engagement. VAIPL is a regional affiliate of the national organization Interfaith Power & Light.

Description:
Please check out the link for position description information.

To Apply:
Please fill out the short form at https://forms.gle/wTaVj7Yq1Jun3Yke7 and forward a cover letter, three professional references, and resume to kcrawford@vaipl.org with “Faith Outreach Manager” in the subject line and include where you heard about the position. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Link: https://vaipl.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Job-description.-Faith-Outreach-Manager-3.4.21.pdf
Wildlife Educator
Brukner Nature Center
We are looking for a conscientious, energetic, and hard-working individual to fill the full-time position of BNC’s Wildlife Educator, working Sunday thru Thursday, October – March and Saturday thru Wednesday, April – September. The duties include the routine care and husbandry of BNC’s permanent resident Wildlife Ambassadors, teaching wildlife education programs and developing lesson plans, assisting with the day-to-day operations of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Unit and working with adult volunteers, junior volunteers and interns.
Qualifications: Minimum of a BS degree in Wildlife Education or related field, or comparable working experience. Prior experience teaching in a school or nature center is desirable. In general, we are looking for an individual with a passion for sharing wildlife encounters with people of all ages, a desire to learn more about wildlife care and husbandry, and one who will contribute to the atmosphere of camaraderie and teamwork that we enjoy in a small organization.

Salary & Benefits: This is a salaried position with a compensation of up to $24,000 per year, depending on experience. Benefits include 80% reimbursement of medical insurance up to $250/month, paid vacation and sick days, a flexible work schedule, support for continuing education, a BNC Membership, and the opportunity to participate in our Simple IRA retirement program including a 3% BNC match.

Deadline: Position opens April 5, 2021, interviews will be conducted the week of March 15

Link: http://www.bruknernaturecenter.com/index.html
Education Director
Osprey Wilds Environmental Learning Center
The purpose of this position is to provide leadership, management and execution of the highest quality environmental education programming for a wide variety of audiences. Programs include residential, day-use and outreach K-12, virtual, college, adult, community and senior programs, youth and family camps and retreats/conference groups. As a senior-level administrator, this position assists the Executive Director and collaborates with the Operations Director in leadership of Osprey Wilds.
Link: https://ospreywilds.org/OW_links/OW_Education_Director.pdf
Communications Specialist
The Piedmont Environmental Council
The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) is seeking to hire a full-time communications specialist to promote PEC’s mission and programs through a mix of online and offline platforms.

The comms specialist will also be part of a team of staff, board members and volunteers committed to broad community engagement and has a critical role supporting multiple programs, events, and campaigns related to land conservation, land-use & community planning, public access, habitat restoration, sustainable transportation, local agriculture, renawable energy and water quality.

Areas of Responsibility:
-Write, edit and develop engaging content for print and online.
-Promote PEC content through email, social media and in-person events/networking.
-Collaborate with PEC staff to develop and launch relevant messaging and advocacy campaigns, as well as fundraising appeals.
-Take photos of PEC geographies, events, projects, field work, supporters, etc.
-Design and produce marketing/promotional materials.
-Respond to public questions and information requests via email, phone and social media.
-Assist staff with the development of presentations for meetings and public outreach events.
-Assist with PEC events and field projects as necessary.

Compensation: $40,000-$50,000 depending on qualifications and experience.
Link: https://www.pecva.org/about/jobs-internships/communications-specialist/
Water quality research & outreach intern
Audubon Naturalist Society

ANS’ Conservation Program seeks an intern to help with conducting research, analysis, and outreach for our water quality monitoring program. This position is particularly well suited for a graduate student in environmental science, biology, or a related field. Hours per week: Part-time, average 20-25 hrs/week, self-scheduled except as noted. Includes occasional weekend or evening outreach events; MUST be available on Wednesday mornings May-Sep., approximately 8:30 am – 1 pm. Duration of internship: April/May 2021 – Fall/Winter 2021 (24-28 weeks), plus attending one virtual and one in-person training in April (paid). End date is flexible and may align with the end of a fall semester, although hours will likely be reduced after September. Salary and Benefits: This internship is paid at $15-16.50/hr, depending on qualifications & experience. Responsibilities: The Water Quality Research & Outreach Intern will work with the Conservation Director, Conservation Outreach Manager, and DC Conservation Advocate on two specific projects: (1) To help facilitate a volunteer water monitoring program for bacteria testing in Washington, DC waterways, May - September. (2) To assist in the technical development of a new report on the state of the Washington, DC region’s streams and watersheds
Link: https://anshome.org/careers/
Program Director
Wold Ridge Environmental Learning Center
Wolf Ridge is seeking an experienced education leader who builds equitable, inclusive, and diverse teams and has demonstrated success in the management and innovative delivery of environmental education programs. This role serves as the internal and external voice for education, instructional design, and learning strategies of the largest accredited residential center in the nation.

This position leads a team of 10+ year-round staff and dozens more who seasonally deliver nationally acclaimed environmental education programming to a wide variety of audiences, with a primary focus on children. Wolf Ridge operations are conducted on a 2000-acre main campus with a 400-bed facility encompassing 130,000 square feet of buildings and a 68-acre Lake Superior campus, all located in northeastern Minnesota.
Link: https://wolf-ridge.org/job/program-director/
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