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Now Hiring: Spring Creek Project Intern
12 hours per week for the 2014-2015 academic year (Fall, Winter, and Spring terms)
Applications Due Monday, October 6, 2014
About the Spring Creek Project: The challenge of the Spring Creek Project is to bring together the practical wisdom of the environmental sciences, the clarity of philosophical analysis, and the creative, expressive power of the written word, to find new ways to understand and re-imagine our relation to the natural world.
Position Summary: The Spring Creek Project Intern will work closely with staff to plan and promote events and gain experience in creating outreach campaigns, hosting visiting lectures, and building Spring Creek collaborations with students and student groups. The Intern will have special responsibility for helping to develop the Campus Creature Census into a year-round program. The Campus Creature Census is a campus-wide event inviting students, faculty, staff, and community members to explore campus as a natural environment where sequoias and gray squirrels, rhododendrons and chickadees, lichens, spiders, garter snakes and moss co-create the OSU ecosystem. The Intern will also be responsible for updating the Spring Creek Project website.
Responsibilities will include:
Compensation: $12 per hour for an average of 12 hours per week from October 13, 2014 through June 12, 2015.
How to Apply: Email the following to email@example.com with “Spring Creek Project Internship” in the subject line: 1) your resume including two professional references and 2) a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this positions, skills that you would like to learn during this position, and skills that you would bring to this internship. Applications are due on Monday, October 6, 2014.
Contact Us: Carly Lettero, Program Director, Spring Creek Project, Carly.firstname.lastname@example.org