Juneau Audubon Society is seeking one Intern, based in Juneau, Alaska. Duties will include: Tree Swallow nest box monitoring, assistance with hummingbird banding research project, data entry and document scanning; may also include assistance with environmental education projects, and help with other wildlife projects for local agencies. Great work experience for students!
Deadline: Open until filled, but we expect to hire before May 10, and review of applicants will be begin immediately.
Work dates: Approximately mid-May through early July, 2019
Compensation: $1200 food and expense stipend for a 6-week period, plus bus passes or $100 for fuel. Required skills: Basic birdwatching skills, interest in wildlife management and working with non-profit organizations, general computer skills – use of Microsoft Excel and scanner; an introductory college biology or natural resource course passed; ability to hike several miles; ability to take neat and complete field data.
Volunteer needs to have their own housing in or near Juneau, a cell phone, health insurance, and be age 18 or older.Unfortunately, as a small non-profit organization we are unable to provide transport to Juneau. (But we are happy to help with logistics.)
Applicants please send brief letter of interest and resume to: Gwen Baluss (email@example.com) and Brenda Wright (firstname.lastname@example.org)