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For students who are pursuing degrees in environmental science/studies, biology, geosciences, natural sciences, education, early childhood education, outdoor recreation management, wildlife conservation, or closely related fields, this internship is an opportunity to gain experience work with visitors and connecting them to nature.  

Application Process: To apply for an internship position, please email a cover letter and resume and contact information for 3 references to Kelley Lang, Director of Education and Community Programs at klang@asburywoods.org.  Only submissions received electronically will be considered.     

Environmental Education | Spring and Summer Opportunities

For students who are pursuing degrees in environmental science/studies, biology, geosciences, natural sciences, education, early childhood education, outdoor recreation management, wildlife conservation, or closely related fields, this internship is an opportunity to gain experience work with visitors and connecting them to nature.  Interns will have the opportunity to learn about planning and developing environmental educational programming for children and adults. Interns will also be involved  with our summer preschool programs, summer camp, and group visits while working with our Education staff.  Interns will also be involved with caring for the Center’s educational animals. Interns will learn about the practices and day to day operations of a busy nature center. Naturalist internships begin in May 2020 and end August 2020 and are available to current students and recent graduates.  Naturalist interns work 25 hours/wk, on weekdays and occasionally on weekends or evenings, as needed.      

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Project-Based Internship | Spring and Summer Opportunities

For students who are pursuing the degrees in the fields or environmental science, education, early childhood education or natural sciences, this internship option is for you.  This intern will complete a specific project designed to address an immediate organizational need.  This Environmental Education/ intern will work under the supervision of one of the Education staff to create 12 self-guided activity kits for use by visitors to the Discovery Room at Asbury Woods. The primary users of these discovery bins are toddlers through early elementary age visitors with their parents.

This internship is an unpaid position for current students and may be used to fulfill graduation requirements for their degrees.  The number of hours and weeks required is negotiable per your school’s program requirements.

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Naturalist | Summer Opportunities

For students who are pursuing degrees in environmental science/studies, biology, geosciences, natural sciences, education, early childhood education, outdoor recreation management, wildlife conservation, or closely related fields, this internship is an opportunity to gain experience work with visitors and connecting them to nature.  Interns will have the opportunity to learn about planning and developing environmental educational programming for children and adults. Interns will also be involved  with our summer preschool programs, summer camp, and group visits while working with our Education staff.  Interns will also be involved with caring for the Center’s educational animals. Interns will learn about the practices and day to day operations of a busy nature center. Naturalist internships begin in May 2020 and end August 2020 and are available to current students and recent graduates.  Naturalist interns work 25 hours/wk, on weekdays and occasionally on weekends or evenings, as needed. 

See full job description for details and qualifications.