Internships at the ENC
Do you have something meaningful to bring to the table? Want to add some experience to your résumé or college application? At the ENC, we believe the key to unlocking human potential is through the creation of opportunity. The goal of our internship program is to give students the opportunity to apply classroom learning to a professional environment. Hands-on work experience gained through service learning is invaluable, giving interns an opportunity to put theory to practice. Participating in internships is also a great way to get a taste of the actual professional experience in a particular field before committing yourself fully. The ENC strives to create a pathway for individuals from all cultures and backgrounds to unleash their potential and become the architects of their own future while being a positive force for the planet.
The ENC is seeking a few great Interns who are motivated “self starters.” Are you a future professional interested in entering one of the many growing “green collar” fields? Like most non-profits, we have a lot that needs to get done, and not always enough time to do it. Click on the links below to learn about our opportunities, but before you do that, read this great article about interning!
Equity and Inclusion Internship Description (college students or grads) – opening June 2021
Library Intern Description (college students or grads)- filled
Administrative Internship Job Description (exceptional HS students, college students and grads)
Education Intern Job Description (college students and grads)
Early Childhood Education Intern Job Description (college students and grads)
Communications Internship Job Description (college students/grads) – on hold
Video Intern job description. (college students or grads) – filled
Outreach Intern Job Description (college students or grads) – on hold
Retail Internship Job Description (high school/college students or grads) – filled
Horticulture Intern Job Description (high school/college students or grads)
Event Planning Assistant Job Description (college students or grads) – on hold
Funds Development Intern Job Description (college students or grads) – on hold
“Leaders in Training” are amazing high school students that help with Nature Camps during school breaks. This is a perfect opportunity for students who enjoy working with children, and it provides an excellent experience to include on a resume or college application. Learn more HERE.