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The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is currently seeking to fill one Ecologist / Botanist position, classified as an Associate Vegetation Ecologist. The position includes at least 10 months of work, beginning in mid-June 2020, and the position may be extended dependent on funding.

Duties will include both coordinating field-based vegetation assessments, performing fieldwork, synthesizing and analyzing data for monitoring, classifying and mapping vegetation. This position requires a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to help coordinate field missions, analyze and integrate vegetation data in regional and statewide efforts, support vegetation classification and mapping efforts, outreach and communication. Other tasks will include plant identification, data quality control, vegetation type research and description, and other related tasks.

This position will coordinate and participate in vegetation inventory projects across California; including sampling efforts from NE California (e.g., Lassen and Modoc County) to the SE California (e.g., from Madera to Imperial counties); long-term monitoring in post-fire areas (Tulare and Kern counties); monitoring restoration areas in the Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo County), etc.

The project will center around US national forest policy and the implementation of the US Forest Service’s Shared Stewardship Strategy. This opportunity is ideal for a student looking to build expertise in public policy and administration, with a focus on US forest and fire management. US forest policy is an exciting and complex context for studying environmental governance change. Students will have opportunities to dig into literature on organizational change and learning, policy implementation, networked governance, and institutional innovation.

Start date: Fall 2020 (or Spring 2021 if moving this Fall is not realistic)

Deadline: May 20, 2020
Location: Colorado State University
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Contact Name: Courtney Schultz
Contact Phone: 970-491-6556

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is America’s conservation corps. Members protect and restore national parks, marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks and community green spaces in all 50 states. SCA’s mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land.

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.

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) programs establish bridges of access between the Latino community and trustworthy, socially responsible partners.

The core purpose for the MANO Project (My Access to Network Opportunities) is to connect, build and develop thoughtful Latino leaders who share a passion for serving and strengthening their communities. HAF internship and fellowship programs offer unique work experiences and competitive packages for candidates. Programs provide extensive training, mentoring and professional development support to ensure that students have the tools, tips and knowledge to be outstanding contributors, navigate challenges and make the most of their experience. Through site visits, webinars, mentorship connections and links to the HAF network, participants are strongly positioned for success and high impact.

All programs are paid and many offer transportation stipends, free on-site housing or housing stipends.

Internship and fellowship programs currently serve diverse career fields related to:

  • Cultural and Heritage Preservation (i.e. Museum Studies, Architecture, Ethnographic research, etc.)
  • Natural and/or Cultural Resources
  • Environmental Education / Conservation
  • Engineering
  • Communication/Media/Public Affairs
  • Business related fields – Accounting, Finance, Operations

Basic Eligibility

  • Current college students or graduates ages 18 -30
  • Possess U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
  • Bilingual skills (Spanish/English) are preferred but not required for all positions

Partner agencies currently hosting HAF summer internships or fellowships (6 mos +):

  • National Park Service
  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • National Credit Union Administration
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
  • U.S. Forest Service

Northern Arizona University (NAU) seeks a dynamic leader to serve as Executive Director of the Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI). The Executive Director will be responsible for leading an interdisciplinary staff of professionals dedicated to advancing the restoration of forest ecosystems in order to regain natural ecological function, lower the risk of undesirable fire in forests and increase resiliency of our public lands and the human communities of the Intermountain West.

Deadline: Jun 5, 2020