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Make a difference as an intern!

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Join our team as a vital player. Conservation Northwest offers challenging and fulfilling opportunities to learn the ropes of conservation - from field studies to data crunching, membership development to outreach and communications. Please join us and see what you can do!

Working for wildlands and wildlife

operation-regal-eagle.jpgOur internships offer cutting-edge experience in the field of conservation advocacy in a nonprofit agency setting, along with quarterly stipends. Interns are expected to find their own room and board. Many of our past interns are now working at conservation non-profits around the country, and we're looking to engage tomorrow's conservation leaders in real-life experiences today.

Program overview and application:

Interested in applying for an internship? Please complete and return this form. In addition to the completed form, we require a resume and writing sample, and we recommend including a cover letter and applicable course list. 

For downloadable PDF files describing each internship, please see the links below. Contact chase [at} or using our contact form

Current Internships

This internship will provide both a hands on wildlife monitoring experience in Washington, as well as work behind the scenes in coordination, including managing volunteer teams, preparation of field and training materials, on the ground work in the field, and managing, entering and analyzing data.

To apply: All application materials should be sent directly to Alison Huyett ( with the subject line reading 'Monitoring Internship Application'.
Required application materials: 
- Cover Letter expressing reasons for applying
- Resume
- Applicable Course List
- Optional: one page writing sample

Conservation Northwest Internships

  • Membership (Bellingham) - not accepting applications at this time
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