Houston Community Partnerships and Engagement seeks Multimedia/EE Intern

Houston Community Partnerships and Engagement is seeking a Multimedia/Environmental Education Intern to help develop multimedia products (primarily videos) for outreach and education purposes. Among the duties: assisting with and presenting programs for Virtually Wild!Texas, a virtual program conducted in the field to share nature with youth who may not have the opportunity to get outdoors; and presenting environmental education programs for youth aged K-12 at Houston Parks and Recreation Department community centers. The internship will run September 13, 2021 through March 27, 2022. The position will close on June 30, 2021. For the full job description and application instructions, visit thesca.org.

Galveston Bay Foundation seeks Administrative Assistant

The Galveston Bay Foundation seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant to ensure effective and efficient operations in a busy and growing nonprofit environment. Duties include diverse office management and administrative assistance for executive staff and for meetings of the Board of Directors. At least two years of experience in an office administrative setting required and prior experience interacting with a sophisticated database strongly preferred. Candidates should be highly accurate and efficient, organized, and capable of handling multiple tasks concurrently in a busy nonprofit environment. Candidates should also be personable and possess excellent customer service and oral and written communication skills. Position based in Kemah, Texas. For a detailed job description, including duties, qualifications, requirements, and compensation, visit galvbay.org/jobs. To apply, email cover letter and resume to jobs@galvbay.org by Friday, July 16, 2021. Please reference position title in subject line of e-mail.

National Wildlife Refuge System seeks Multimedia Intern

The National Wildlife Refuge System is seeking a Multimedia Intern to work with Houston Community Partnerships & Engagement staff to develop digital media products for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Southwest Region, including Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Duties include creating videos and other digital media/outreach tools to highlight wildlife conservation successes and challenges in the Southwest Region; developing graphics and infographics; and helping build and maintain a multimedia library. This position will serve a four-state area but will be based out of Houston. The expected dates of the internship are August 9, 2021 to February 6, 2022. For full job description and application instructions, visit thesca.org.