Baraboo Hills Land Stewardship Intern
Learn about land stewardship and help manage preserves in the beautiful Baraboo Hills this summer! Work in the field alongside conservancy staff and gain hands-on experience in invasive species management, boundary posting, easement monitoring, GIS, prescribed fire, volunteer engagement, and more. This is a ten-week paid summer internship based in our Baraboo, WI, office. Deadline: February 24.
Mukwonago Water and Land Conservation Intern
Spend your summer working outdoors and on the water in the Mukwonago River Watershed! Help preserve habitat quality by monitoring boat recreation, collecting and compiling data, and reaching out to boaters and community members about aquatic invasive species. You’ll also assist with land stewardship projects and agricultural research on the impact of prairie strips in crop fields. This is a ten-week paid summer internship based in our East Troy, WI, office. Deadline: February 24.
Outreach and Communications Intern
Connect with volunteers and the public and help spread the word about conservation work! You’ll contribute communications material to our website and newsletter, plan and attend events, take photos, and interact with volunteers. Meanwhile, you’ll learn about Wisconsin conservation and gain skills in public outreach and marketing. This is a ten-week paid summer internship based in our Madison, WI, office, with some field trip opportunities. Deadline: March 3.
Join a close-knit development team with an invaluable role in supporting land and water conservation in Wisconsin! You’ll gain experience with all aspects of fundraising work, with a special focus on connecting with and collecting stories from longtime supporters. Projects will include preparing for events, thanking donors, managing data, and writing materials. This is a ten-week paid summer internship based in our Madison, WI, office with occasional field trip opportunities. Deadline: March 3.
Please see our careers page for full descriptions of each internship. Our intern positions are open to current college students and recent graduates (within twelve months).
The Nature Conservancy 633 W Main Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703 Website
Number of Position Openings: 4