Fall Environmental Education Internship

 

Seeking 2 Candidates for Internship

 

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to:

Kaleigh Snoddy, Director of Education and Stewardship, kaleigh@crwc.org

For more information: Email kaleigh@crwc.org

CRWC Office Address: 1115 W. Avon Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309

 

Application deadline: September 15th, 2023

 

Internship Length: End of September 2023 – Early November 2023; Part-time, ~10 hours a week; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays preferred. Most work will take place between 9am and 1pm.

The length of the internship and the start and end dates are both negotiable. Interns will be expected to work during

CRWC’s normal hours (9:00am-4:00pm).

 

Pay: This internship is unpaid.

 

Interns Will Gain: Experience and skills related to: outdoor and environmental education, presentations and public speaking, volunteer coordination, field experience including water quality monitoring, event planning and coordination, and more.

 

Internship Description: Interns must be 18 years or older and working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree. Interns will get hands-on experience in environmental and outdoor education through CRWC’s Stream Leaders K-12 water quality monitoring program. Interns will have opportunities to work in an office setting, at local events, and in the field with staff and volunteers.

 

Desired Qualifications: Strong leadership skills; Energetic and positive attitude; Ability to work confidently with the public; Ability to work both independently and cooperatively on tasks. Eagerness to work with students and outdoors.

 

Applicants with one or more of the following will be highly considered: Experience working with students in educational programs; previous work with volunteers; macroinvertebrate identification; morning availability during the work week; field experience.

 

A successful applicant must be able to:

  • Lead groups of students and/or volunteers during water quality monitoring events.
  • Represent CRWC for watershed programs and events in a professional and positive way.
  • Facilitate hands on science and educational activities for indoor and outdoor events.

 

About CRWC: Located in Rochester Hills, MI and serving the entirety of the Clinton River watershed, the Clinton River Watershed Council’s mission is to protect, enhance, and celebrate the Clinton River, its watershed, and Lake St. Clair for the benefit of communities, the environment, and our future. For 50 years, CRWC has worked to improve watershed management practices alongside local municipalities, provide educational programming for communities and children of all ages, and work to restore and enhance the Clinton River to become a place folks want to work, live and play.

 

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