The Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and the Adirondack Land Trust are pleased to announce the summer 2013 Adirondack Conservation Internships for college-age students and early-career environmental professionals. I am writing in the hope that you could help us spread the word about these openings, or might know of a current student or recent graduate from your school who would benefit from these internships.
This summer we are offering TWO paid, full-time internships based out of our office in Keene Valley. They are an opportunity to gain substantive experience and exposure to all aspects of our work in the Adirondacks. This year we are looking for candidates who are interested in GIS/GPS, mapping, land management and stewardship: the lead projects involve preserve and conservation easement mapping and boundary marking, and one of the lead projects will also involve cormorant management and field work. I attach a job description. Applications must be made via The Nature Conservancy’s web site, www.nature.org/careers, and are due by February 11th. The internship is job id#40683. Our office cannot accept applications directly.
Jan Maria Localio
Conservation Program Coordinator
Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and the Adirondack Land Trust
Barnett Center for Conservation
P.O. Box 65
Keene Valley, NY 12943
voice (518) 576-2082, ext. 129
fax (518) 576-4203