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Check out these cool opportunities related to wildlife conservation, research, and more!



Paid Remote Internship Positions with The Wildlife Society 

From January – June 2022

Deadline: November 9, 2021

Remote internships with the option to relocate to Washington D.C.

Open positions with The Audubon Society


Qualified individuals may apply by emailing cover letter of interest, resume, and three references as a single
PDF document (including email and phone contact info) naming the file with the following convention:
firstname_lastname_PositionName to

Please indicate in the subject line the position for which you are applying so that your application is directed
to the appropriate department.

The Wildlife Society: Cookingham Scholarship

$1000 awarded to undergraduates in wildlife/fisheries/conservation education/communication

Deadline: November 1

Award decision: December 31

If interested send:

  • Application form
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Transcripts (unofficial will suffice)
  • Cover letter
  • Resume

By November 1 to:

Ted Nichols
NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife
2201 County Route 631
Woodbine, NJ 08270

or email to


CorpsTHAT Crew Leader and Crew Member

This summer marks the start of the first-ever Deaf run conservation corps crew for Deaf and Hard of Hearing young adults in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The crew will work together to complete conservation projects with local Forest Service, National and State Parks, and other outdoor organizations. Within the program, members will also learn about leadership development, job readiness skills, and environmental conservation.

To learn more or to apply, visit the CorpsTHAT website.

Spring/Summer Jobs with the Rutgers Horticultural Research Farm 2 Home to the Center for Turf Science Breeding and Management Research of Golf & Athletic Field Turfgrass (min $12/hour)

Seasonal part-time during Spring semester (20 hours/week) and full-time (40 hours/week) during breaks, including Summer Break.

40 weeks with possible overtime

Job Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license for minimum of 2 years
  • Able to lift and cary 40 lb
  • Should not have severe allergy to pollen or poison ivy
  • Willing to work in an environment where pesticides are applied
  • Able to tolerate working outdoors in hot, humid, or dusty conditions

Job Expectations

  • Follow daily action plan for mowing turf research fields and reporting any problems that may arise
  • Setup irrigation equipment on research fields and ensure adequate coverage and log applications
  • Fertilizer application and determining rates of material applied
  • Manage landscaped areas around buildings including weeding, mulching & pruning
  • Work in the farm shop assisting with equipment management
  • Survey fields that will be renovated to determine if they are the same size as before renovation
  • Detail oriented


Please send resume or contact information to Joe Clark (732-289-8598)

Apply for Project SUPER: Douglass Project for Women in STEM

Check The Wildlife Society website for job opportunities.