The Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) is excited to announce a new intern position for Tufts undergraduates in partnership with Mass Audubon! In this paid, part-time program at Mass Audubon’s Habitat Education Center & Wildlife Sanctuary in Belmont, you will be introduced to how the sanctuary functions, participate in teacher naturalist and camp staff trainings, and help to plan and implement a variety of environmental education programs such as kayaking on the Mystic and Charles Rivers or leading guided walks and summer camp programs at the sanctuary.
The ideal candidate is a current Tufts student working towards a bachelor’s degree in Education, Environmental Studies, Biology, Civic Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Geosciences, Peace and Justice Studies, or a related field. Previous experience working with children, in outdoor/adventure education, or with people of all ages and backgrounds is a plus. Those interested in a career in environmental education and looking to join a large, spirited team are especially encouraged to apply!
The internship begins in mid-March, with the possibility to continue work through the summer with Habitat’s summer camp program and into the following year if you are continuing your studies at Tufts. Please see Handshake for a full position description, qualifications, and toapply with a cover letter, resume, and copy of your unofficial transcript by the deadline of February 28th.