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

Journey to the Center of the Limestone Forest

Picture this: you have just finished snorkeling over a vibrant coral reef, abounding with palakse’ (parrotfish) and hiyok (blue-banded surgeonfish), and you are now ready to head back up to the land. When you get out of the water, you find a strange track in

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Trails to Wild Places: Intro to Hannah Gern

Hi everyone! My name is Hannah Gern, and my pronouns are she and her. I’m a United States Forest Service Resource Assistant thought the Environment for the Americas internship program. This summer, I will be working as a Trails Coordinator Resource Assistant for the South Zone

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Virginia Kendall Ledges

The Virginia Kendall Ledges make up over 500 acres of Cuyahoga Valley National Park (about 33,000 acres total). The area was originally owned by a businessman named Hayward Kendall in the early 1900s as his personal property. After his death, he left the area to

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A Day in the Life

Working here has been great so far. There is much work to be done both in the field as well as at the home base. Having a range of tasks from field to lab to greenhouse has left me feeling satisfied with the best of

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