The Greensboro Science Center is looking for qualified interns for a conservation and research internship. Interns will assist conservation and research staff in all aspects of the existing program. Responsibilities include daily animal husbandry and care working with a collection of freshwater mussels and fishes. Assisting with maintaining water quality for those aquaria. Work also includes analysis of acoustic recordings, and trail cameras. Interns can expect to learn analysis and hands-on conservation and research skills to prepare them for a career in this highly competitive field.
To apply, please complete this application (you will need a resume, cover letter, and list of the names and contact information of three people who can provide professional references for you) by 11:59PM EST on June 30th for the best chance of consideration.
Incomplete applications will not be considered. You will receive a bounce-back email to confirm receipt of your application materials. No phone calls, please. Should you have any questions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the large number of applications we typically receive, only selected applicants will be contacted for interviews. We are unable to contact all applicants directly.
Internship opportunities are unpaid and housing opportunities are unavailable. Completion of an internship at the GSC does not come with the promise of future part-time or full-time employment.