Monroe County Conservation District Part-time Temporary Internship Position: Monroe County Conservation District (MCCD) is offering a Part-time, temporary internship for a qualified, Environmental or Civil Engineering major or minor student offering credits through accredited, participating colleges. The position will require the successful applicant to be proficient in ArcMap 10.2 or greater. Work will entail interpreting engineered plan drawings (storm water management), creating and manipulating Geodatabases, use of ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox features, manipulating the projected coordinate system, working with both raster and vector data, creating and editing attributes tables, assigning hotlinks, adding data sets, georeferencing and digitizing skills are a must. Preferred Qualifications: Qualifying candidate should have a mix of the following: 1 - 3 years Civil Engineering experience, working toward Licensure, working towards an Associate’s degree, a Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s degree, or working towards a minor degree in GIS, or a related degree with at least 24 course hours in GIS coursework. Internship hours are flexible within MCCD hours of operation M-F, 8-4:30 and will be in accordance with the affiliated college’s internship agreement and allowable credit hours. For more information and application please go to https://www.mcconservation.org/, 570-629-3060 or email Lori Kerrigan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center This internship provides the student with a well-rounded experience in environmental education. Interns will become familiar with all aspects of the Environmental Education Center including; programming, scheduling, public relations, administration and more. The Center does a wide variety of environmental education programs for people of all ages from pre-school through adults. These programs are done at the Environmental Education Center, as well as in schools and other outdoor environmental education sites focusing on the Pocono's natural history and environment.
The intern will assist in the programs, and after training will conduct programs for a wide range of groups. They will also be involved with program planning, writing press releases, publishing the Environmental Education Center's newsletter, trail maintenance, display construction, etc. Upon completion of the Internship the student should have a good understanding of the operation of an Environmental Education Center.
Environmental Education Internships are available year-round. Download an application here or contact Roger Spotts at email@example.com for more information.