SCA internships are posted as they become available, so keep checking back to find the SCA position that is the best fit for you. Summer internships will typically start to be posted around December-January. Positions listed here have not yet filled and positions are taken down from the database once they are filled.
Positions in this search are for 18 and older. If you are under 18, please visit our Crew page

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Museum Technician Internship

Starts June 6, 2016 • Adams National Historical Park, Quincy, MA

Museum Technician internship opportunity at Adams National Historical Park in Quincy, MA.

Curriculum and Training Intern

Starts June 20, 2016 • Girl Scouts of Western PA, Greensburg, PA

Girl Scout Education and Outreach Intern

Interpretation Intern (Local Candidate)

Starts May 16, 2016 • First State National Historical Park, Wilmington, DE

Be one of the first to tell the incredible history of one of the country’s newest national parks, First State NHP! We are looking for a highly-motivated candidate to work in our NEW interpretive experience. Sound tempting?

River Recreation Intern

Starts August 1, 2016 • Klamath National Forest, Happy Camp, CA

River management internship in remote Northern California. Work will occur along the spectacular Klamath Wild & Scenic River. Interns will work closely with the river ranger. Duties include performing patrols of the river and main tributaries.

Museum Services and Archives Intern

Starts June 13, 2016 • Fort Monroe National Monument, Fort Monroe, VA

Assist with archival collections management and visitor services at historic Fort Monroe.

Natural Resource Youth Intern

Starts September 19, 2016 • Valley Forge National Historical Park, King of Prussia, PA

Work with natural resource staff at the National Park Service collecting samples from wildlife, specifically deer; developing Spanish language interpretive material; invasive species removal and mapping, water quality sampling and much more!

Natural Resource Conservation Intern

Starts May 2, 2016 • Sequoia National Forest, Dunlap, CA

Help us keep the native plant populations safe.

Invasive Species Program Coordinator

Starts June 8, 2016 • Palisades Interstate Park Commission, Bear Mountain, NY

SCA Hudson Valley Corps seeks members to be part of a diverse corps serving with NYS Parks, DEC and local non-profits providing critical environmental education and stewardship at sites in both urban and rural areas throughout the Hudson Valley region.

Exotic Plant Management Team Intern

Starts August 15, 2016 • NPS National Capital Region, Washington, DC

Gain experience with a natural resources management program. Work in the office and in the field with an EPMT (Exotic Plant Management Team) but still have access to Washington DC.

Invasive Plants Intern

Starts July 5, 2016 • Baca National Wildlife Refuge, Crestone, CO

Assist the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service with invasive plant treatment, monitoring, and mapping at the SLV NWR Complex.

Communications and Media Intern

Starts June 13, 2016 • Fort Monroe National Monument, Fort Monroe, VA

Assist with marketing and strategic communications at historic Fort Monroe.

Park Guide Intern

Starts August 7, 2016 • Canyonlands National Park, Moab, UT

Join a team of rangers working to help visitors appreciate, understand & appropriately enjoy this stunning red rock desert. Share information with visitors at the visitor center, issue backcountry permits, collect fees, develop programs & rove trails.

City of Pittsburgh Park Ranger Corps

Starts May 16, 2016 • City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

May-October 2016. Join the SCA City of Pittsburgh Parks & Recreation Ranger Corps. Members will serve as Park Rangers in a variety of city parks from May-Oct. Members will attend Park Ranger School, Receive 1st aid training, and many other opportunities.

Local Only Indiana Dunes 12 Week Restoration Corps Team 1 2016

Starts May 19, 2016 • Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, porter, IN

Local Members Only. This SCA Team will have the opportunity to work on one of the oldest conservation projects in the country. Restore vital wetland habitat, control invasive plants, and learn a variety of conservation skills.

2016 Summer ACE-VUS Members

Starts May 16, 2016 • SCA, ,

Visitor Use Survey Team, interacting with visitors at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACoE) recreation sites. Teams of three Members and one Project Leader will be stationed at USACoE sites around the nation.

Recreation/Volunteer/Wildlife Public Outreach Intern

Starts May 20, 2016 • Delta National Forest, Rolling Fork, MS

Public Outreach Intern on Nation’s Only Entirely Bottomland Hardwood National Forest

Refuge Biology Intern (1 Year)

Starts June 13, 2016 • Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, Sasabe, AZ

Refuge interns will assist staff in the management and care of endangered Masked Bobwhite Quail, conduct plant surveys, invasive species monitoring, water level monitoring, pollinator garden development and wildlife camera management.

Land Management Intern

Starts September 6, 2016 • USACE Mississippi River Project Office, Pleasant Valley, IA

Join the natural resource specialists at the Mississippi River Project Office to participate in a variety of land
management and forestry activities along the Upper Mississippi River.

Coastal Fisheries Habitat Intern

Starts June 5, 2016 • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Corpus Christi, TX

Near-Shore Fisheries Habitat Classification Intern on Coastal Texas

2016 Summer Veteran Fire Corps (US Military Veterans Only)

Starts May 15, 2016 • SCA, ,

The Veterans Fire Corps provides recent-era Military Veterans the training, credentials and experience they need to competitively pursue wildland fire and/or forestry/natural resource management careers.

Interpretation Intern

Starts June 6, 2016 • Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora, ND

Help visitors make their visit to this incredible park a memorable one by helping them understand its mission and significance, and by helping them make connections to the park and its resources

Natural Resource Intern

Starts July 11, 2016 • Organ Pipe Cactus NM, Ajo, AZ

Summers are hot and winters are mild in the Sonoran Desert. Interns will gain experience with natural resource programs including inventory and monitoring, restoration, threatened and endangered species, invasive species, and wilderness management.

Rock outcrop and rare plant monitoring and management intern

Starts August 15, 2016 • Shenandoah National Park, luray, VA

Rock outcrop and rare plant monitoring internship available at Shenandoah National Park. Seeking individual to assist with field monitoring and management of rock outcrop areas and rare plant populations. Join us for a fall in the mountains!

Endangered Species Translocation Technician Intern

Starts August 15, 2016 • Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge, McBee, SC

Endangered species translocation technician at Carolina Sandhills NWR in support of the biologist and lead biological technician during red-cockaded woodpecker nesting season. Duties include monitoring and banding endangered birds

Volunteer and Community Outreach Fellowship

Starts June 10, 2016 • Osceola National Forest, Olustee, FL

Forest Service Partnership, Volunteer & Community Outreach Intern


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