The Ice Age Trail Alliance takes pride in hiring high-quality, motivated individuals dedicated to creating, supporting and protecting the Ice Age Trail. Our headquarters, located in Cross Plains, Wisconsin, are a center for collaboration among staff and volunteers. No job openings are available at this time.
We believe in helping the next generation of conservationists gain valuable experience in recreation, land preservation and the nonprofit industry. Unpaid internships are available in our Lands, Trail, and Outreach and Education program areas. Please contact Luke at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional internship possibilities.
Currently, the Ice Age Trail Alliance seeks an intern to work side by side staff and volunteers to assist Outreach, Engagement and Education Programs to introduce new and diverse audiences to the Ice Age Trail. The IATA recognizes and embraces the fact that we must engage new audiences and the next generation to be successful in continuing our mission of creating, supporting and protecting the Ice Age Trail. This intern position will build awareness of the Ice Age Trail and IATA to a diverse population engaging them through hikes, presentations and service learning events. This position will include a mix of field work, community outreach, and administrative duties, such as collecting, tracking and sharing data and stories, grant reporting, and updating various marketing platforms. We ask qualified applicants to apply by Friday, February 8, 2019.
Position Description: Outreach – Engagement – Education Intern Position
Required application information can be sent to Amy Lord, Outreach and Education Manager at email@example.com.
The Ice Age Trail Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Provider.