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Naturalist in Education Department
Work with and learn about the wildlife of the Northwest; Work to educate the visitors about the Northwest animal species.
Intern will assist the Operations Manager in all operations pertaining to the 2 summer festivals, tasks include: attending all on-site visits with vendors, suppliers participants, and sponsors; assisting the development of master design events; working with the Operational Manager on directional and event signage for both events.
Special Events Intern
Assist staff with the administration of the organization; work on the events that the organization puts together for the public; work with publicity and other duties that apply.
Cooperative Education Internship - Seattle Public Utilities Job#11-2004
The Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) Department is seeking two interns to work for the surface water quality team, part of the Community Services Division. The two interns will assist staff in fieldwork, sampling, entry and organization of data, and reporting. Assist with storm water quality and quantity monitoring. Collect monitoring data in urban creeks and storm drains, including measurements of physical and biological parameters. Help set up, maintain, and troubleshoot monitoring equipment. Enter and organize data.
Naturalist Internship Program
Fall Term '06, Spring '07, '07 to '08 School Year. Length of stay is 4 to 6 months with possible promotion as an Administrative Intern. Location: 1,000 acre nature preserve of protected forests, wetlands, prairies, valleys carved by glacial melt waters, cascades, and a natural spring for which the neighboring village is named. Facilities: a small museum, staff housing, day lodge, and nationally recognized raptor rehabilitation center. Transportation is the responsibility of interns, the village is within walking distance. We can not host children or pets. Although interns are
accepted from all over the world, fluent English skills are necessary.
Benefits include: >Earn 10 graduate or 12 undergraduate credits through Antioch College >Opportunity to work with birds of prey >Tuition waived for duration of internship >$260/ month stipend >Room and board, including vegan friendly meal options. Responsibilities >Teach environmental education to visiting school groups as part of the ScohhlCamp program >Lead educational hikes that focus on:
Environmental problem- solving, Geology, Raptor ecology, Living history, stream study and other related topics.
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If you need additional assistance or have questions related to internship opportunities for the major please contact Russ Richardson at 509.777.3244 or e-mail him at