The Fall / Winter Internship: a 12-15 week internship would ideally cover the months of November through mid- February. Our winter intern is primary responsible for administering our late-season waterfowl hunts.There are also some biological and maintenance tasks mixed in.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Student Conservation Association are partnering to administer the Directorate Resource Assistant Fellows Program for students interested in a conservation career. The program will provide a fellowship opportunity for up to 59 undergraduate, graduate, and recent graduate students to participate full time for at least 11 weeks at multiple locations around the country.
The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) leader coordinates and leads the exciting summer-long YCC program. The leader will be responsible for directing a group of six (6) YCC enrollees on specific work projects relating to fish and wildlife habitat management, species conservation and environmental education. This is an eleven-week position from June 6 to August 19, 2016. Wages are based on the General Schedule (GS)-5, Step 1 (approx. $16.00/hour).