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


Start Date

End Date


Accepting Applications

Spring 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


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

*Asterick notes integrated internship position for Summer 2019

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