10 Aug Habitat Restoration & Plant Monitoring Intern
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Environment for the Americas seeks to engage ethnically and racially diverse young professionals in natural resource careers.
Employees for these positions are required to be:
* US Citizens or Legal Residents
* Fully vaccinated for COVID-19*
DEADLINE TO APPLY: September 9th, 2022
Internship Dates: October 31, 2022 – October 30, 2023 (1 year)
Stipend: $475/week + dorm style housing + INSURANCE
A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION
The San Francisco Bay Area is a globally recognized biodiversity hotspot. Reflecting this diversity, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) is home to hundreds of plant and animal species, some found nowhere else in the world. This internship will be focused on ecological restoration of natural areas in San Francisco, particularly those hosting rare plant and animal species. The intern will work with National Park Service staff and volunteers to conduct management activities to restore and enhance rare species habitat. Activities may include removal of invasive plants, installation of site protections, revegetation using native plants, and the use of technology to track all work. The intern will also support the monitoring of rare and endangered plants throughout the GGNRA. The internship is mostly field-based and includes organizing and co-leading volunteer restoration workdays located at Fort Funston, Lobos Valley, Baker Beach, Presidio Bluffs, Fort Point Bluffs, Crissy Field, Lands End, and Ocean Beach.
Work Products: Key deliverables of the internship:
Ability to work independently with little supervision and self-motivated to complete tasks on time.
TO APPLY: https://environmentamericas.org/diversity-internships/apply/