Natural Resource Program Internships
Internship positions available are involved with vegetation ecology, biological monitoring, GIS, and GPS. Ecological monitoring methods, mapping, and plant identification will be central skills developed. Interns' activities will support such projects as updating rare plant and weed distribution maps and assisting with our bioblitz. Mentorship is provided by MMWD's volunteer coordinator, vegetation ecologist, and GIS specialist.
Recent Projects Have Included
- Sudden Oak Death monitoring
- Forest succession monitoring in relation to Douglas-fir encroachment, lack of fire and French broom
- Botanical Safaris
- GIS mapping of all culverts on the mountain
- Habitat and visitor use assessment of creeks for frog re-introduction
- Smolt trapping in Lagunitas Creek
- Rare plant mapping
- Wildlife Picture Index Project cataloging and camera servicing
A Saturday volunteer event would be a great place for potential interns to get an introduction to the watershed and meet staff. We have habitat restoration events one or two Saturdays per month. Visit our Habitat Restoration page for more information, details and directions.
Natural Resource Program Intern - Bee Inventory: two internship positions available for Spring 2017
Natural Resource Program Intern - GIS: one or two intern positions available for Spring 2017
Natural Resource Program Intern - Vegetation: no positions available Spring 2017
Natural Resource Program Intern - Wildlife Monitoring: no positions available Spring 2017
Please apply by January 28, 2017 for Spring 2017 internships.
Internships in Partnership with the Parks Conservancy
In the summer, One Tam offers a six week intensive program for high school students called Linking Individuals to their Natural Community (LINC). The LINC program is ideal for current high school students who are open to new experiences, eager to learn new skills and enjoy working outside. Applications are due in March.
We also partner with the Parks Conservancy Academic Internship Program. Stipends and academic credit are available only to students currently enrolled at College of Marin, City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State. Term starts January 21, 2017 and requires 2-3 full days per week through May with the possibility of extending through the summer.
Vegetation Ecology Internship
Youth in Nature Internship