Our experiential internship programs are designed to provide real world work experience while adapting to the unique opportunities and constraints resulting from COVID-19. Interns will work directly with WMG staff as well as the greater community of docents, volunteers, and partners on project work that fulfills WMG’s mission.
The new Summer Internship Program is an 9-week program starting June 15th, with opportunities in the areas of river restoration, geographic information systems, community engagement, and green infrastructure. College students and recent graduates are eligible. See more information and the application here.
WMG is also accepting applications for our WaterWRLD internship, designed for University of Arizona students for the 2020/2021 academic year. Students can receive 3 credit units per semenster. See more information and the application here.
Application deadline for both programs is May 25th.