Internships

The Forest Stewards Guild wants to help current natural resource professionals connect with the next generation of forest stewards through internship opportunities. Does your business have a paid summer internship? Are you an independent consultant with time to help a student gain boots-on-the-ground experience? Do you feel called to mentor students in forestry and related disciplines to help share the ethics of the Forest Stewards Guild in practice?

Please send your internship opportunities to Amanda Mahaffey, amanda@forestguild.org or (207)432-3701. Include your name and contact information, an internship name and brief description, information about whether the position is paid or unpaid, length of time and start and end dates, and a deadline for applying.

Charles Collins Internship Program in Conservation Forestry

The Charles Collins Internship Program in Conservation Forestry will identify one candidate each year to address a conservation issue relevant to TFG’s ownership through a practical experience across a 12-week time frame. Projects should focus on managed forests and may be domestic or international in scope. Mentorship for the intern will be provided by TFG staff and consultants. Other project-specific resources will be made available to ensure the quality of both the internship experience and the final products. The Collins Internship comes with a $10,000 stipend (12-weeks) plus travel expenses.

Conservation Interns - Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program

About 5C

The goal of the Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program (5C) is to seek opportunities to contribute to the long-term recovery of salmon and steelhead in Northern California.

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