The Corvallis Environmental Center hopes that you will consider interning with us! We value and respect the time and energy that you have to give to our programs, and in turn we see the personal and professional learning that our interns gain through their work with us.

Internships typically run the course of a season. Our internships schedule is loosely based on the OSU & LBCC term system. If you are hoping to intern during a different time frame, please let us know!

  • Spring internships: April –  June
  • Summer internships: late June – early September
  • Fall internships: September –  November
  • Winter internships: January – March

Some internships are offered at different times of the year, based on seasonal restrictions of the work.  In general, we offer the following:

Spring & Fall Internships
  • Edible Corvallis Community Outreach Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Events Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Fundraising Intern
  • Farm to School Intern
  • Food and Garden Education Intern
  • Sustainable Agriculture Intern
  • Avery House Environmental Education Intern
Summer Internships
  • Edible Corvallis Community Outreach Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Events Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Fundraising Intern
  • SAGE Summer Camp Intern
  • Sustainable Agriculture Intern
  • Energy/Summer of Solutions Interns
  • Avery House Environmental Education Intern
Winter Internships
  • Design Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Community Outreach Intern
  • Edible Corvallis Fundraising Intern
  • Environmental Education Intern
  • Farm to School Intern

To Apply

If you are interested, please submit a resume and cover letter along with the application. After we receive your application and resume, we will contact you to schedule an informational interview at the Corvallis Environmental Center’s downtown office (or via phone if you are some distance away).

If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to call us at (541) 753-9211 or send an e-mail to eci@corvallisenvironmentalcenter.org.

Academic Credit

Internships may be taken for 1 to 12 credits from Oregon State University or Linn Benton Community College.  Typically, 30 hours of intern work = 1 credit.  Check with your advisor about additional departmental requirements for internships.

OSU departments that may give credit for CEC internships are:

If your department is not listed here, check to see if they give credit for internships.

If you are not an OSU or LBCC student, check with your home institution about the availability of credit for internships – many schools have information available through their Career Development offices.

Paid Internships

There are no paid internship positions available at this time