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Internship Program

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Town/City UC Berkeley Richmond Field Station
Type Temporary / Contract / Seasonal
Status Full Time
Level Voluntary & Interns
Deadline 07/08/2010
Company Name The Watershed Project
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The Watershed Project's Internship Program offers talented undergraduates, graduates, and beginning professionals hands-on work experience and specialized training in the fields of non-profit management and operations, environmental education, marketing and communications, and watershed program management. Interns will work under the guidance of our professional staff and will have the chance to contribute directly to meaningful and exciting projects, learn new skills, and gain valuable experience working for a well-respected and growing non-profit.


Our internship program is designed to provide the maximum educational benefit to participants by placing interns in positions that fit their professional interests and skill-sets. We welcome individuals with a variety of backgrounds to apply. We especially seek interns who have been directly involved in environmental work and have a demonstrated commitment to watershed and community stewardship.

Practical details:

The Watershed Project internships are unpaid; however, we are happy to help you receive academic credit for your work. In some cases, we are able to provide certification in a variety of EPA protocols. Hours and internship length are flexible to your schedule. All internships will be based out of our office on the lovely UC Berkeley Richmond Field Station, which is right on the San Francisco Bay. Travel expenses to and from project sites will be reimbursed by The Watershed Project.

Current needs:

We are always looking for talented and dedicated individuals with an interest in watershed issues. At the moment, we have a specific organizational need for:


  • Web Development Intern: Help us develop and expand our website and online communications, including Facebook, Google AdWords, and YouTube.
  • Non-profit Fundraising Intern: Delve into the world of grant-writing and RFP's by working alongside our development director on scouting, applying for, and winning funding for watershed projects throughout the Bay Area.
  • Environmental Education Curriculum Development Intern: Assist our professional education team to create hands-on curriculum for K-12 environmental education workshops.
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