Internships

 

Now Accepting Applications

Great Hollow offers summer internships to undergraduate or graduate students who are majoring in the natural sciences and have a strong academic record and an interest in field biology. Interns work under the Executive Director on our summer research projects, during which they gain experience in study design, field methods, data collection, and data analysis. Interns also help with miscellaneous office duties, public events, youth education programs, trail maintenance, invasive plant removal, and otherwise contribute to the general day-to-day operation of Great Hollow. Internships generally begin in late May and last 8 weeks, although start and end dates are usually flexible. A weekly stipend of $200-250 is included, depending on experience. Free on-site housing is available for interns who do not live locally.

Minimum Qualifications:

-Completion of at least 2 full years of a 4-year university program, majoring in natural resources, conservation biology, ecology, wildlife management, or a similar field.
-GPA of 3.0 or above.
-Ability to enjoy working outdoors under adverse conditions.
-Physically fit and able to work long days on rugged terrain.
-English fluency.
-Ability to communicate effectively.
-Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
​-Ability to live in shared on-site housing with respect for others (for applicants in need of housing).
-Previous field biology experience.
-Proof of health insurance coverage.

Applications are due by the end of March and are reviewed in the order in which they are received. To apply, please email (as a single PDF) a cover letter that outlines your experience, interests, and goals; a resume/CV; and contact info for at least two references to gro.w1537305041olloh1537305041taerg1537305041@ofni1537305041.