Mano Project Internship
Deadline: April 21, 2023
Position: Visitor Services/Biological Intern
Duration:3-month internship (12 weeks); Start date flexible (as early as May 1, 2023)
Location: Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge

You can make a difference in our world. The work of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is meaningful and varied.

To support the Administration’s focus on racial equity and justice, the Service is seeking diverse applicant pools for these positions to apply and encourage applicants who culturally identify as Hispanic/Latinx/a/o or BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color) to apply. However, the Service does not discriminate, so all may apply. 

The Ideal Candidate: 

  • Comfortable and capable of working independently 
  • Able to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Experience working with the public is desirable
  • Is good at networking and creating partnerships
  • Has the ability to connect with diverse audiences
  • Is comfortable and competent in public speaking
  • Familiarity or willingness to learn the operation of UTV/ATVs and Skid steers for natural resource management
  • Familiarity or willingness to obtain a pesticide license to spray invasive plants for natural resource management 
  • Is proficient in and enjoys writing and communicating clearly
  • Able, with instruction, to teach environmental education and interpretation programs
  • Has excellent customer/visitor service skills
  • Has knowledge of social media platforms and video editing programs

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