Conservation Intern, Wyoming Outdoor Council

Lander, WY

Organization: Wyoming Outdoor Council

Duties: We are accepting proposals for projects that would be relevant to our work and meaningful to the applicant. These research projects could culminate in GIS mapping, a short video documentary, a legal or policy research paper, or other work products. 

Desired qualifications: The desire to pursue a career in natural resource conservation or environmental protection; experience or academic background in law, environmental policy, natural sciences, applicable social sciences and/or humanities, sustainability studies, nonprofit management or another relevant field; demonstrated community or academic leadership; excellent written and oral communication skills; interest in and respect for the people and natural resources of Wyoming; and enthusiasm for traveling to beautiful places and meeting interesting people.

Start and end dates: May 15 – August 15, but flexible for different dates.

Link to more information: See the full description.

How to apply: Submit resume with three references, a writing sample, and a letter explaining your interest the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s summer internship and the type of project you are proposing to Linda Sisco. Please mention the dates you are available between May 15 and August 15.

Application deadline: March 14, 2017

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