WREN is looking for hard-working students to intern in our Environmental Education program.This position will work closely with WREN Program Coordinator and other WREN volunteers on both the development and presentation of wetland-focused education programs--primarily wetland field trips. Intern will gain understanding of non-profit operations, and will have the opportunity to interface with employees from the Bureau of Land Management, City of Eugene, Long Tom Watershed Council, and other WREN partners.
Excellent communication and inter-personal skills are a must. Experience working with youth is essential, preferably in an outdoor education context-must be generally comfortable working with K-12 students.This internship runs April through mid-June (spring term) with option of continuing through summer. Average of 10 hours/week. Flexible schedule, will be determined with intern upon selection for position. General availability in mornings is desired.
- People Skills
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Average 10 hours/week (flexible)
- Must provide own transportation to work site.