The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project is a non-profit organization based in Flagstaff, AZ dedicated to bringing back wolves to help restore ecological health to the Grand Canyon region.
We are seeking interns to work directly with our Executive Director and Education & Outreach Coordinator to help implement our education, outreach, and advocacy programs for Mexican wolves throughout the year. Interns will NOT have the opportunity to work directly with wild or captive wolves at any time during this position.
This is an unpaid internship position. Interns may be eligible to earn up to three college credits for the internship through Northern Arizona University. Hours per week (minimum of 10 hours to maximum of 40 hours per week) and timeline for the internship may be flexible to accommodate the intern's schedule. No housing is provided.
Interns will receive training and experience in these areas:
• Educational Outreach on Mexican wolves
• Educational and Advocacy Materials Development
• Volunteer Coordination
• Wildlife/Endangered Species policy
• Conservation non-profit administration
• Special event planning (such as camping trips in wolf country, hikes, wolf presentations, film festival)
• Social/Online Media
• Earned and Paid Media
• Scientific research on wolves
To Apply: Please contact the Education & Outreach Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please attach your resume and a cover letter to the email if you are interested in applying for the intern position and then we will arrange a time to meet for an interview.