Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Intern, National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)

Lander, WY

Organization: National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)


30% – Assist in environmental stewardship campaigns. Work may include: gathering information and data for a mapping/GIS initiative, writing comment letters regarding threats to public lands, engaging with land managers, and developing outreach materials for a grassroots conservation initiative.
30% – Assist in sustainability initiatives. Work may include: helping design the annual sustainability report, contributing to new greenhouse gas calculator, and/or updating educational displays.
15% – Assist in planning an Earth Day outreach event.
10% – Research and assist HQ and school campuses with the preparation of curriculum fact sheets used to teach policy and environmental topics on field courses.
10% – Write blog posts.
5% – Perform administrative tasks as needed.

Desired qualifications: High school diploma. Current college students and recent graduates preferred, majoring in a related field. Familiarity with NOLS is a plus. On the job training will be available as needed. Applicants are encouraged, but not required, to have prior experience with GIS. Applicant must be willing to work on-site at the NOLS World Headquarters in Lander, Wyoming.

Start and end dates: January 2018 -May 2018

Salary/pay: $125 per week, dispersed every two weeks. Subsidized lodging at the NOLS Noble Hotel will be available.

Link to more information: View the full description.

How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to NOLS Environmental Stewardship Coordinator John Burrows (john_burrows@nols.edu) or (307) 335-2311.

Application deadline: November 3, 2017