Celebrate Birds

Celebrate Birds raises awareness of bird conservation initiatives through monitoring, research, outreach, and education.

Environment for the Americas has established numerous partnerships with government agencies and nonprofit organizations to create the Celebrate Birds program— a program that introduces diverse early career professionals to bird conservation studies and nature-based educational programs.

Support important bird conservation efforts through our Celebrate Birds internship program which focuses on nature-based educational projects and bird conservation and research.

 

Qualification requirements:

 

  • Under Direct Hire Authority and Public Land Corps requirements, as provided by the Office of Personnel Management, you MUST be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. legal resident to be eligible for any position.
  • Must be between 18 and 30 years of age.
  • If you are a veteran, you may apply up to age 35.
  • Related educational background and interests preferred.

Internship Blog

Saguaro Youth Corps takes on Superstition Mountain

We had a fun time hiking up Superstition mountain. I personally moved here from somewhere in California that was 10′ elevation to moving here and hiking up 5000, what a difference I felt. We stayed hydrated and took many snack breaks along the way. Only

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A Job of Passion

As my RA assignment is wraping up, I’ve come to relization that being in the conservation feild is a job of passion. You truly have to love what you do and have a realistic understand of your own growth. This is not meant to scare

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FIRST WEEK WITH GOGA TRAILS

MUIR WOODS & SITE SEEING My first week here in San Francisco and Sausalito area has been great, feels so refreshing being in a better work environment, fresh air, and around knowledgeable and great people. As each day passes, I find myself learning something new,

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Matt G intro

Hello, my name is Matthew Franco-Gonzalez, I come from Los Angeles. Spent 24 years in the city and now I’m searching for something more. Found out I’m good and building trails and helping preserve MY land. So, I’m going to continue to pursue this labor

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Get to Know Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge

Hello Everyone! It’s Michael again. My worksite is Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge (TRNWR) in Texas. Our refuge is composed of 30,000 thousand acres of bottomland hardwood forests, spread across ten units along the Trinity River. Being along the river, much of the refuge lies

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Stephanie’s first month

Hello again everyone! It has already been a month into this internship experience and there has been so much to learn in my time here. One of the first things I got the opportunity to participate in was the California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. This

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