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Environmental Education Internship- Conservancy Camps

Internship Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities: 

 Environmental Education Interns will hone teaching and presentation skills by planning, conducting and evaluating short lessons for campers and students. 

 Learn how to connect lessons with State and National educational standards by working with education staff to design programs. 

 Develop business writing skills by working with administrative staff to produce press releases, news bulletins and social network posts for events.  Assess program participation and success through statistical monitoring. 

 Develop training activities for Junior Staff (ages 13-17) members. 

 Manage volunteer projects in preparation for programs. 

Skill Set Required

Preferred Experience: 

 At least one year of college completed 

 Good communication and interpersonal skills, dependability and leadership abilities 

 Must provide own transportation 

Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Environmental Sciences, Studies, or related degree

Internship Location

Elkridge, MD

Details

Semester: Summer (Jun - Aug)
Year: 2019
Hours per week: 10-20 hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: No
Authorization Requirements: U.S. Citizen/U.S. National

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: June 14, 2019
Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter, References
Application Instructions To apply: 

Please submit your resume and a cover letter via e-mail to Ashley Satterfield at camp@hcconservancy.org.

Headquarters

10520 Old Frederick Rd.
Woodstock, Maryland 21163

About Howard County Conservancy

The Howard County Conservancy is a local, non-profit environmental education center and land trust.   Our mission is to educate children and adults about the natural world, preserve the land and its legacy and model responsible stewardship of the environment. The Conservancy provides environmental education programs at two locations – our home base at Mt. Pleasant Farm in Woodstock and at Howard County’s Belmont Manor and Historic Park in Elkridge.  We reach out to more than 13,000 children each year through our nature field trip programs, Summer Camps, and more.