The Colorado River Alliance has internships available all year long: Fall, Spring, & Summer! Internships are unpaid but are available for academic credit. Interns are expected to commit at least 15 hours a week.
NOTE BEFORE YOU APPLY:
- The Alliance is currently recruiting Interns for the Spring 2018 season (Mid January – Mid May) and onward. Interns work Monday – Friday during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.), and occasional weekend events.
- Due to programming needs, the Alliance is only recruiting Interns that are fully bilingual (fluent in both English and Spanish)
- Summer and Fall 2017 positions are filled.
Environmental Education Interns Our education internships are highly organized, fast paced, powerful professional development experiences for people who wish to enter the environmental education field, or “round out” their backgrounds as they prepare for science careers [read our Intern Testimonials!]. This internship’s core is environmental education with schoolchildren, but our interns work on a wide variety of projects including environmental education event management, data warehousing and analysis, and curriculum development. The key requirement for internships is that all our interns are organized, smart, and highly motivated for a fast-paced and interesting work experience. Interns commit a minimum of 15 hours/week.
Educational Interns assist with the planning, development and management of student educational programs including field trips and classroom materials. Programs teach water conservation, geography and geology of the Colorado River in Texas, aspects of a healthy watershed and water quality assessment. Interns are instrumental in the development and implementation of new curriculum and programming.