Internships with NRSWCD

Learn with New River Soil and Water Conservation District

 

Learn how you can become an intern for the NRSWCD: 

NRSWCD Internships

New River Soil and Water Conservation District is currently 

accepting/not accepting

New River Soil and Water Conservation District is seeking interns to assist with natural resource conservation programs. Interns will be expected to assist with: 

  • water quality monitoring

  • data collection and reporting

  • maintenance of electronic media

  • public education programs

  • assistance with Conservation Technicians 

  • other special assigned projects

Interns must be: 

  • detail oriented

  • comfortable using Microsoft Office programs, social media, and various computer programs

  • able to work independently 

  • available for a flexible schedule that includes day and evening work

Internships can begin and end at any time during the year.  The internship is either paid or unpaid, depending on education and experience. 

 

Internship candidates must be at least 18 years old by the start of the internship and be pursuing a degree or have graduated within the past year in natural resource management, environmental or agricultural education, regional planning, or other related fields. Interns must have a valid driver's license and their own transportation, and be comfortable working in both indoor and outdoor environments

 

 

To Apply:

To apply to be an NRSWCD Intern, submit the following to Tracy Goodson via email (thgoodson@embarqmail.com):

  • cover letter

  • resume