The Salazar Center is pleased to announce three internship openings for students!
- They’re hiring two research interns, who will produce four detailed case studies of diverse landscape conservation partnerships to be included in a Network for Landscape Conservation report on diversity, equity, and inclusion. This report will ultimately be shared with the Network’s rapidly growing community of more than 100 organizational partners and 3,000 individual practitioners. Each intern will be paid $15/hour for 400 hours of work (800 hours total project time for the two interns combined, with approximately 200 hours devoted to each case study). Interested students can view the full posting and apply here.
- They’re also hiring one intern to assist with administrative and operational support of the Center. S/he will have the opportunity to engage with both on- and off-campus partners and may also contribute to communications efforts, event planning, and strategic outreach efforts. Interested students can view the full posting and apply here.