SAGE ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP



 

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Internship

Sessions are available during the academic calendar year, with varied start and end dates based on school schedules.

Session

Start Date

End Date

Duration

Accepting Applications

Spring 2019

Begins January 2019

Mid-May 2019

4.5 months

November 1 - December 15, 2018

Summer 2019

Mid-May 2019

Mid-August 2019

3 months

March 15 - May 1, 2019

Fall 2019

Mid-August 2019

Ends December 2019

4.5 months

June 15 - August 1, 2019

Requirements

  • 10-12 hours/week* commitment
  • Current students and recent graduates
  • School credit is possible if offered by your learning institution
  • Stipend available upon completion

*Land Management 30 hours/week

Interested applicants: Review the available internship descriptions below and submit an application.

Community Habitat Restoration | Learn More

  • Gain knowledge about volunteer-based native habitat restoration and invasive species control
  • Learn how to manage a native plant nursery operation, including seed collection, seed processing and propagation
  • Applicants must be available Wednesdays 9 am-12:30 pm and 3rd Saturdays 8 am-1 pm

Conservation Education | Learn More

  • Learn how to enhance K-12 student field experiences by asking questions and exploring the natural world
  • Learn from Next Generation Science Standards - trained educators and naturalists
  • Applicants must be available a minimum of two weekdays (Tuesday-Friday) 8:30 am-12:30 pm

Land Management | Learn More

  • Gain experience conducting vegetation surveys, photo monitoring and resource mapping
  • Learn land management techniques on how to maintain fee titles and conservation easements
  • Summer session only; applicants must be available 30 hours/week
     

Trail Monitoring | Learn More

  • Learn trail maintenance and design techniques from staff biologists and educators
  • Learn about wildlife camera maintenance and placement, and how to remove graffiti from natural places
  • Applicants must be comfortable performing challenging work in outdoor conditions
     

Water Quality | Learn More

  • Learn how to conduct water quality sampling, and the maintenance and calibration of collection devices
  • Gain experience with data analysis and database management
  • Applicants must be available at 6 am once a week for pre-photosynthesis water quality sampling