National Wildlife Foundation (NWF)

Internship Information

Internship Job Description

Through the Internship program, the National Wildlife Federation brings students and recent graduates to its offices nationwide, where they can experience many aspects of NWF's conservation mission, including work on endangered species, land stewardship, and protecting our nation's water.  Students from all fields of study are encouraged to apply.

Training Offered

 Intern is expected to have appropriate technical training and knowledge to complete needed work.

Required Experience, Knowledge, Other Requirements

To ensure a rigorous and meaningful professional, educational and personal experience, National Wildlife Federation interns must document and evaluate their experience for the Internship Coordinator at scheduled intervals throughout the internship. Complete the work objectives agreed to at the beginning of the internship. Applicants are selected based on a variety of measures, including professional goals, course work, job experience, resume and cover letter, GPA, along with professional/academic references.  Candidates should demonstrate commitment to and experience working with multi-cultural communities, environmental justice and diversity.  Due to the high volume of applications, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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