Internship Program - Future Restoration Leaders!
Each year, NSEA offers internships in stream restoration, scientific monitoring, environmental education, and community outreach. The reciprocal nature of the Internship Program allows college students and recent graduates to gain valuable real-world experience and build professional experience while allowing NSEA to increase our capacity to accomplish more on-the-ground work and improve our programs. In 2016, 47 interns volunteered over 4,700 hours!
The benefits of interning with NSEA can be best explained by former Restoration Intern, Alexa Jones:
"Strengthening my leadership skills has been a major component of this experience, and I feel much more confident. I am now comfortable initiating suggestions in professional groups and feel comfortable speaking knowledgeably with the public about restoration, local watershed issues, and salmon recovery goals. "
four Internship areas
Applications due Sept. 29
What is the 300 Club?!
Interns who volunteer over 300 hours earn an NSEA sweatshirt and infinite "THANK YOU" from NSEA and local salmon.