Head to our nation’s capital and work with diverse organizations to develop International Migratory Bird Day events and promotion of the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty. The D.C. intern will collaborate with USFWS/NPS parks and refuges and Environment for the Americas partners to ensure that programs and events take place through the area and in nearby states, especially Maryland and Virginia. Participation at events is essential, so expect to have some weekend work, especially in May, as well as some evenings.
The intern will also be essential in helping coordinate other activities, such as the IMBD reception, presentations of IMBD art, and more. Opportunities also exist to get involved in field studies, depending on the skills, qualifications, and interest of the applicant.
This internship will begin as soon as a qualified applicant is found and will continue until August, 2016.