Student Conservation Association seeks Multimedia/EE Intern

The Student Conservation Association is seeking candidates for the Houston Community Partnerships and Engagement program (HCP&E) Environmental Education and Multimedia internship program. Among other duties, interns will conduct environmental education programs and activities for youth aged K-12 residing at Ronald McDonald House or living in environmental justice communities in the Houston region; assist in the development of educational programs and activities on topics such as wildlife, migratory species, habitat, pollinators, and nature in the Houston metropolitan area; and assist with and present 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. Incumbent will assist with computer and video technology, presentation research and preparation, and on camera presentations. The expected dates are September 19, 2022 to March 19, 2023. For the full description and to apply, visit thesca.org.

Student Conservation Association seeks Multimedia/EE Intern

The Student Conservation Association, through the Houston Community Partnerships and Engagement program and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is seeking a Multimedia/Environmental Education Intern. Among the duties, the Intern will conduct environmental education programs and activities for youth aged K-12 residing at Ronald McDonald House or living in environmental justice communities in the Houston region; assist in the development of educational programs and activities on topics such as wildlife, migratory species, habitat, pollinators, and nature in the Houston metropolitan area; and develop multimedia products (primarily videos) for outreach and education purposes. For the full job description and to apply, visit thesca.org.

Student Conservation Association seeks Natural Resource and Water Quality Interns

The Student Conservation Association is seeking Natural Resource and Water Quality Interns to work as a part of the Natural Resources Management Program team at the Houston Parks and Recreation Department. Their primary focus will be on multiple riparian forest habitat restoration projects within City of Houston parks. Daily tasks will include removing invasive species and installing native trees along Sims Bayou. Monthly water sampling will take place at each of the sites through the Texas Stream Team program. Interns will also assist with HPARD’s plant propagation program, in which plants are grown to be installed at various habitat restoration projects throughout Houston. For the full job description and to apply, visit thesca.org.