This internship position will provide you with substantial experience in a complex nonprofit environment as well as with land management and conservation protocols. You will help resolve errors and issues of conservation records and management plans to ensure accuracy and transparency while conducting research and developing system-wide recommendations. A Letter of reference is available upon request.
- Research and document required documentation pertaining to protected land
- Become familiar with LTA Standards and Practices required for national accreditation
- Possible travel to local town halls to research land evidence records
- Assist in maintaining physical and electronic records of protected land
- Work with staff to improve record keeping and compliance with federal standards
Skills and Requirements:
- Good writing skills, familiarity with Microsoft office (excel and word)
- Detailed and methodical worker
- Consistent availability on a regular schedule (but flexibility possible)
- GPA of 3.5 or better
- Have own means of transportation
The above job description and qualifications are not meant to be all-inclusive.
Hours: Approximately 4-6 hours per week, for at least three months, Flexible weekday schedules within office hours (9am-5pm)
Compensation: This is an Unpaid/Volunteer internship
To Apply: Please a send cover letter and resume to Jon Scoones at firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out our volunteer application.
Audubon Environmental Education Center
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The challenges affecting today’s environment are on the rise. To remain a strong, independent voice for nature, we need a secure source of revenue. Our goal is to make Audubon invincible.