The Colorado River Alliance is a small non-profit organization dedicated to education and awareness of the Texas Colorado River.
Fall 2016 Environmental Educational Interns assist with the planning, development and management of Redbud educational programs. These include field trips for 3rd - 5th grades students, 7th grade students, afterschool field trips, green gardening days, creek cleanups and creek restorations. Programs teach water conservation, geography and geology of the Colorado River in Texas, aspects of a healthy watershed and water quality assessment, and environmental science concepts.
This internship is a highly organized, fast paced, powerful professional development experience for people who wish to enter the environmental education field or "round out" their backgrounds as they prepare for science careers. You can choose to delve into event management, data warehousing and analysis, or curriculum development to enrich your experience and boost your resume.
The key requirement for internships is that all our interns are organized, smart, and highly motivated for a fast-paced and interesting work experience. Interns commit between 12-20 hours per week.
Internships are unpaid but are available for academic credit. Interns take on significant roles and responsibilities that look impressive on a resume.
Interns needed Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Public Speaking
- Environmental Education
- Youth Services
- Environmental Science
- Group Facilitation
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- 12-20 hours per week