The Nature Conservancy has a new summer internship program.
It is a paid, 10-week summer internship program providing opportunities to gain experience in conservation, inclusive story-telling, project management and more. All STEP interns will have access to professional development trainings, Nature Conservancy webinars and field trips to gain hands on experience on their different landscapes. The internship will run from May 20 to August 11, 2023. All internships will be paid, full time, 35-hour-per-week roles, working in person at one of their Virginia offices. Housing assistance may be available for those who need it.
Two of the positions that may be of interest to students in History and American Studies include one working with TNC’s Marketing and Communications Team to research and share experiences of Indigenous people, African Americans, and other underrepresented communities on lands where TNC works. Another is working to uncover and share the lives of African Americans enslaved on Brownsville Preserveon the Eastern Shore, now the headquarters of The Nature Conservancy organization.
See the attached .pdfs for position descriptions and a flyer with more information. Deadlines vary between March 10 and March 19th, 2023, depending on the specific internship.
STEP Internships Detailed Flyer Final // STEP Brownsville Historical Research Intern 0223 // STEP Lands and Lives Project Intern 0223