Arizona Wildlife Federation Internship
The Arizona Wildlife Federation (AWF), a non-profit wildlife conservation organization, is seeking a Program Intern. Please visit our website for more information about our organization.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Help implement campaign to retain the mineral withdrawal near the Grand Canyon
• Help coordinate and implement campaign to keep public lands in public hands
• Assist AWF staff in communicating with it’s members and the public
• Specific campaign assignments are likely to include issue related research, preparing written content supporting the AWF position, and building the support base with local and regional businesses.
This position provides the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the conservation field. The Arizona Wildlife Federation is the state’s oldest wildlife conservation organization and is engaged in a variety of conservation projects throughout the State.
• Must have an appreciation for land and natural resource conservation
• Knowledge of the Arizona outdoors a plus
• Must have good written communications skills
• Experience with social media including facebook, twitter and Instagram preferred
• Individual must have a demonstrated history of working independently
• Upper class undergraduate or graduate student preferred
• Prior experience with grassroots advocacy a plus
Compensation, Work Schedule & Work Location:
• Phoenix is the preferred primary work location, but Flagstaff or Tucson may be considered depending on the candidate.
• Hourly Wage: $15.00
• Weekly schedule is somewhat flexible. Ideally would be 15-20 hours/week through the end of 2018, but could also be 30-40 hours/week through August.
Application Process: Please email you resume and cover letter to Kim Kreuzer, Arizona Wildlife Federation, awf@Azwildlife.org
with Internship Position in subject line.
Deadline for submission of resume and cover letter: Friday, April 28th