Connecting Latinos to Natural Resource Conservation Internships: Northeast Urban Wildlife Refuges Program

Hispanic Access Foundation's MANO Project is accepting applications for the 2019 summer internship program with the US Fish & Wildlife Service: Connecting Latinos with Natural Resource and Conservation Careers. We'd like to ask for your help in sharing this opportunity with talented Latinx students who may be interested in getting work experience with a federal land management agency. We're currently recruiting for a position at McKinney National Wildlife Refuge in New Haven, CT along with other refuges in the Northeast region.

These internships are for students that have a strong interest or relevant experience in environmental sciences, natural resources, wildlife management, interpretation, biology, community outreach, environmental education or related fields.

More information on internship programs can be found in the flyer below or on our application website, the MANO Project for Fish & Wildlife Service - Northeast. The MANO Project is also recruiting for summer 2019 positions with the National Park Service and the US Forest Service, you can find info on all internship programs at the MANO Project.

Download the internship flyer

Download the MANO Project flyer

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