Fundraising & Development Internship

This position requires a full-time, six-month commitment. Working hours are typically 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, with occasional evening and weekend work. The selected intern will receive housing in Turtle Island’s newly renovated intern housing in wooded Lagunitas, Calif., five bike-able miles from our offices on national parklands in west Marin. This internship will impart a solid... read more

Environmental Communications Internship

This position requires a 15-20 hours week , 3-6-month commitment. Work should be able to be completed between the hours of 10 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday. This internship will impart a solid, working understanding of nonprofit administration, media outreach and relations, press releases, blogging, new media (i.e. videography and social media). This internship provides the opportunity to work ... read more

Volunteer (unpaid) field assistant on Hispaniolan Woodpecker behavioral ecology

Field assistants (4-5) needed for a study of ecology of colonial, cooperative breeding and foraging behavior in the Hispaniolan Woodpecker in the Dominican Republic. Field research assistants will participate in data collection during an intensive 6.5-month field season. Assistant duties will include (but are not limited to) nest-searching, assisting with bird capture and processing, nest monit... read more

Marketing Intern

WRV seeks a Marketing Intern to assist in developing and implementing WRV's strategic marketing plan. This 3+ month-long internship position is open year round with an emphasis on participation during our project season May-October, with possibility of extension. The position requires a commitment 10-24 hours of work a week. While native shrubs and trees can only be effectively planted at certa... read more

Native Seed Collection Internship

WRV seeks a Native Seed Collection Coordinator Intern to assist in organizing and developing 15 native seed collection projects for the 2014 seed collection season. This 4-5 month internship position can starts in late June and runs until middle October, requiring 10-15 hours of work per week. read more

Biology Intern

Expected Dates: January 5, 2015 to January 4, 2016 Project duties include observing and assisting in the collection of biological data specific to sea turtle nesting season and barrier island ecosystem restoration, improving wildlife habitat, controlling exotic vegetation, maintaining refuge equipment, aiding in environmental education and interpretation, and various other refuge related ... read more

Plant Ecology field/lab internship

This volunteer position starts January 15, 2015 and lasts 6 months with the possibility of extension; housing and per diem are provided. We are looking for a motivated and independent intern with field/lab experience to work on a project in mid-elevation mesic forest on Hawaii Island relating to invasive plants, native birds, and ecosystem restoration. In particular, the work focuses on h... read more

Associate Restoration Design Intern

Wilkinson Ecological Design, Inc. (WED) is a fast growing Ecological Restoration company looking for an Associate Restoration Design Intern to provide support to the SRD and other senior staff by producing documentation for land management programs and restoration projects and developing land management proposals and estimates. Primary responsibilities are to draft detailed plans and drawings i... read more

Seasonal Intern

Audubon’s Wings internship program invites students and recent graduates to help shape a healthy environment and vibrant future for birds – and all of us who share the planet with them. Restoration Interns are needed for the management and restoration of wetlands, prairies, savannas and woodlands in the 68,000 acres of Cook County forest preserves. The position offers the... read more

Presidio Nursery Education Intern

This internship aims to introduce the intern to environmental education and volunteer management, in addition to all aspects of managing a community-based native plant nursery. The intern will gain valuable experience in botany (especially CA native plant identification), plant propagation, habitat restoration and volunteer coordination. read more