What are you doing this summer? Wildlife Heritage Foundation is excited to be a part of the new California Council of Land Trust’s land trust Training and Apprenticeship Program (TAP)!
As a summer intern for WHF, you will work on conservation easement maintenance and monitoring, land conservation projects, educational programming, and general office work. Interns will also assist with projects associated with WHF’s events and fundraising efforts.
Interested applicants should be willing to learn basic plant and animal identification skills, ability to perform physically demanding field work, be comfortable multi-tasking in the office, and have an interest in land conservation.
HOW TO APPLY
Students and young adults ages 18-26 can apply. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Please send resume and a cover letter expressing your interest in the program and specifying which land trust site you are applying for, to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Natalie Keeve is managing this program for CCLT and can be reached at 916-497-0272. Please do not contact WHF directly.
The deadline to apply is April 7th. To learn more about the California Council of Land Trusts and the TAP program click here.