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Internship Opportunities

Aldo Leopold Nature Center offers many opportunities for meaningful internships for a semester, summer or longer time frames. Click on the position titles for more information!

Seasonal Internships

Nature Net Internship
Now accepting applications.
Nature​ ​Net​ ​is​ ​hiring!​ ​Apply​ ​between​ ​now​ ​and​ ​December​ ​1st​ ​for consideration​ ​for​ ​a​ ​paid​ ​internship. Assist Nature Net staff in outreach events, maintaining and updating the Nature Net website, developing and promoting the Nature Passport program, increasing Nature Net’s social media presence and more! For more information, click here or contact Betsy Parker, Nature net Director, at (608) 221-0404 x 9377 or by email at

School Year Education Internship
Now accepting applications.
Each semester ALNC seeks 1-2 Education Interns to work on a variety of projects, observe (and eventually teach) hands-on outdoor programs, and assist with program coordination duties. School year internships are unpaid. For more information, click here or contact Heather Merewood, Program Coordinator, at (608) 216-9382 or by email at

Special Events Management / Non-Profit Development Internship
Now accepting applications.
Throughout the year, ALNC offers a Special Events Management/ Non-Profit Development Internship to assist with fundraising and events. For more information, or to apply for an internship, please click here or contact Kelley Van Egeren by phone at (608) 216-9373 or by email at

Summer Education Internship
Not accepting applications at this time. Check back in March 2018!
Each summer ALNC seeks 2-3 Summer Education Interns to run around with kiddos in our prairies and forests all summer! Sound fun?! Then you should apply! Look for information starting in March 2018. For more information, contact our Program Coordinator, Heather Merewood, at

Communications Intern
Not accepting applications at this time. Expecting to hire for summer 2018!
Help the Aldo Leopold Nature Center promote our engaging programs, the importance of environmental education, and the benefits of connecting with nature by joining our team as a Communications Intern! The Communications Intern will be responsible for promoting programs and events, curating social media content, producing marketing material, and more! For more information, please contact Cara Erickson, Marketing & Communications Manager, at