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Winter 2020/2021 Internship Applications will Open Late October
Internships are available each term with the Corvallis Environmental Center. They are an opportunity to learn more about the world of nonprofit and environmental work and to get involved with our organization. These unique and applicable work experiences are unpaid but are eligible for academic credits (when applicable). The CEC offers multiple internships throughout our programs and each works with several students every term. Please click the titles for more description on each of the internships offered.
Please note: Due to limited intern positions, preference may be given for students receiving course credit.
Click on the internship title below for a full position description!
The Corvallis Environmental Center’s internships located at SAGE and Avery House Nature Center offer opportunities to connect youth to the natural world with activity based, hands-on environmental learning. As an Education Programs intern you will assist CEC staff with teaching Farm to School and/or Nature Education programs to small groups of students ages 5-14. These programs will take place both virtually and in-person. Interns help the Lead Instructor with teaching lessons, group activities, child management, and lesson planning.
Programs take place primarily during school hours, Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, and may range from 1 hour to a full day. Though preference may be given to individuals who are able to participate in-person, fully remote internships may be available.
Education Program internships are great for anyone interested in environmental, science, health, or food/agricultural education.
The Sustainable Agriculture intern plays a crucial role in the success of the SAGE Garden. This is a great opportunity for those seeking hands-on experience in small-scale agriculture, local hunger relief, educational gardening, sustainability, permaculture, and connecting people with the food that they eat. As a part of the SAGE team, you will help to grow the 5 tons of food that we donate each year to aid food insecure individuals and families in the local community. We value the input and ideas of SAGE interns in shaping the garden and enhancing its educational function.
Interns should be available for at least 2-3 shifts per week during TBD times.
Independent projects may take place outside of these hours.
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