- Military Extension Internship Program
- National Park Service’s National Capital Region Exotic Plant Management Team
- Eco City Farms
The Military Extension Internship Program is now accepting applications. Travel while putting your education to work and make a difference in the lives of military families and their children. Designed for college students and recent college graduates, this program provides a unique opportunity to gain practical work experience in child development plus schoolage and youth programs. As an intern, you will live and work on military installations around the globe for 10-15 weeks. Among the required documentation is at least one recommendation from someone for whom you have worked or volunteered in a child or youth development capacity and a 500-600 word essay outlining why you are applying, what knowledge and skills you will bring to the internship, what you hope to gain from the experience, and how the internship will support your educational and professional goals. Visit www.ydae.purdue.edu/military for more information. This program is supported by the Cooperative Extension System and its 4-H Youth Development Program.
ECO City Farms is recruiting for apprentices and interns for the spring/summer season. ECO City Farms is committed to providing a quality practical hands-on education. They are providing a curriculum and opportunities to learn on and off the farm. The farm is small, but the work is intensive and demanding. Farmers are often called upon to do different and sometimes tedious jobs in all kinds of weather. Apprentices and interns must be reliable, on-time, creative, passionate, flexible, quick and have a good sense of humor in spite of the hard work! ECO City Farms is looking for folks who are willing to work hard when required and enjoy the benefits of being a grower. For more information about the positions and to apply, please click here.
The National Park Service’s National Capital Region Exotic Plant Management Team is hiring for 2014 seasonal positions. The positions are now advertised at USAjobs.gov and will close on January 27th. The crew will start in April and go through October. The Job Announcement Number is NPS-NCR-RSS-14-1025077(KB), and the online application can be found here. Questions should be directed to Mark Frey at firstname.lastname@example.org.