Job and Internship Opportunities

 

Invasive Species Internship – 2022

The Baird Creek Preservation Foundation (BCPF) seeks two paid seasonal interns (approximately 40 hours per week for 10-12 weeks), starting May 2022, to assist Foundation staff and board members in native plant restoration and invasive species management within the Greenway. Please note that this is a paid summer hire/internship. Salary is $12.00 per hour.

Specific Intern Tasks can include:

  •  Removal of Invasive Plants
  •  Assisting in coordinating/organizing volunteers
  •  Identifying and cataloguing invasive plant areas
  • Planting native plant species
  •  Tree maintenance
  • Other tasks as assigned 
  • Interns may be asked to work with ArcGIS

CANDIDATES MUST HAVE RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please prepare and submit a resume and cover letter. The cover letter should clearly state how this position will be beneficial to your future career plans. Include previous relevant course work and experience. Cover letters and resumes (.doc or .pdf files only) should be clearly marked with “Invasive Intern 2022” in the subject line and emailed to Holly Baseman at execdirector@bairdcreek.org.

PLEASE APPLY BY: April 6, 2022

For more information contact: 920-328-3505 or lexi@bairdcreek.org or visit Baird Creek Preservation Foundation at https://bairdcreek.org.

 

 

 

Environmental Education Internship – 2022

The Baird Creek Preservation Foundation (BCPF) seeks two paid seasonal interns (approximately 30 hours per week for 7-9 weeks), starting May/June 2022 through early August, to assist education staff in running summer camps in the Baird Creek Greenway. Set hours will be Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a lunch break. Training for one week prior to the start of camps will be scheduled upon hire. Please note that this is a paid summer hire/internship. Salary is $12.00 per hour.

Specific Education Intern (Camp Leader) Tasks can include:

  • Work together to prepare, lead, and coordinate daily camp activities, which may include arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor games, enrichment activities, service-learning opportunities, etc.
  • Follow lesson plans.
  • Guide appropriate camper behavior
  • Guide quality, hands-on outdoor education
  • Ensure the safety of all participants
  • Relationship building skills with school-aged children (K-5th grade) and their families
  • Working in collaborative with the Education Coordinator
  • Following directives from the Education Coordinator
  • Cleanup of facility at end of day

Successful candidates will be innovative, adaptable, creative, and have a willingness to be outdoors.

CANDIDATES MUST HAVE RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION.

How To Apply:

Please prepare and submit a resume and cover letter, including GPA. The cover letter should clearly state how this position will be beneficial to your future career plans. Include previous relevant course work and experience. Cover letters and resumes (.doc or .pdf files only) should be clearly marked with “Education Intern Summer 2022” in the subject line and emailed to Holly Baseman at execdirector@bairdcreek.org.

PLEASE APPLY BY: April 6, 2022

For more information contact: 920-328-3505 or lexi@bairdcreek.org or visit Baird Creek Preservation Foundation at https://bairdcreek.org/summercamps