Welcome! to your Career Development Center newsletter. We will be sending these out frequently to keep you updated on new internship and job postings, approaching application deadlines, and upcoming events. Enjoy!
Internships featured in this edition (all deadlines quickly approaching):
CooperRiis: Healing Farm Community Intern
Discover Life in America: Biology Intern; Outdoor Education Intern; Photography Intern; Public Relations and Media Intern; Videography Intern
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont: Backpack Instructor; Citizen Science Educator; Summer Citizen Science Internship; Summer Internship in Environmental Education; Summer Teacher Naturalist
Montreat Conference Center: Outdoor Education Ranger (this position specifically reserved for a WWC student) and many others
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center: REU in Environmental Studies
See below for more information and links to the applications. For questions, reach out to Cristina Lawson, Internship Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The intern is regarded as a Support Staff Member at CooperRiis. Support staff support the life skills program, production garden, evening and weekend millieu as well as the artistic and recreational activities of CooperRiis life. As with each staff person, their work focuses primarily on assisting residents with their recovery process.
The Discover Life in America internship program is an incredible opportunity for four undergraduate students to immerse themselves in the natural history of the Smokies. We strive to offer a summer experience where our interns can explore diverse interests in science, art, education, and nonprofit operation...
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont provides in-depth experiences through education programs that celebrate ecological and cultural diversity, foster stewardship, and nurture appreciation of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Education Ranger (a summer internship reserved for a WWC student) plans and leads 3-Day camping trips for 5th – 12th graders and conducts weekly programming to train older participants in outdoor skills.
The Smithsonian ranked as one of the 10 best places to intern in 2011. Our interns go out in the field with leading scientists, perform their own research and sometimes make shocking discoveries. Read a few of their stories and find out how you can join us.