About the Internship (A PHLT and PARC Collaboration):
Using data collected through citizen science projects (e-bird, i-naturalist), interns will develop an inventory of observations for each PHLT preserve, which will then be coordinated with Audubon Watchlist, PA Game Commission, state and federal lists for threatened or endangered species. Interns will work to generate a list of probable species for each location based on its habitat type, creating an essential knowledge base for wildlife protection efforts.
To be eligible, applicants must be attending college full or part time this fall and should be proficient in MS Office. Due to generous donations from PHLT members, each intern will be awarded a stipend intended to cover
3-course credits at their university (up to $2000).
To apply: submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three (3) references by email to Jackie Speicher at
. Two internships will be awarded.
Applications due Aug. 1, 2020.