Thursday, December 27, 2012

RiverLink seeks education intern for spring semester

RiverLink is seeking an education intern to assist with the K-12 Watershed Education Program, providing education of river system restoration and preservation through hands-on experiences in the classroom and to the general public.  The internship will consist of attending and leading educational lessons and activities open to all students in the French Broad Watershed.

Programs include Kids in the Creek macroinvertebrate sampling  
and many other fun, hands-on lessons.

The intern will be responsible for contributing at least 8 hours a week to the program in the spring.  Academic credit is possible for those interested. 

Applicants should be recent college graduates or those working towards a degree in the natural sciences. Experience in environmental education, public speaking, event planning, fundraising is preferred. 

For more information, visit and see our education intern description.  Interested applicants please send a cover letter, resume, availability, and references to:

Nikki Bauman
RiverLink Education Coordinator
828-252-8474 x 18      

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