This position is unpaid, but is available for school credit.
The Wilderness Society is currently seeking a communications intern (unpaid / school credit) in our Denver, CO office to support the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Action Center.
The Wilderness Society offers communications interns hands-on opportunities to strategize with policy staff, influence public opinion and protect America’s wild places. Our interns roll up their sleeves to research critical environmental issues, craft press releases, prepare multimedia material for the web, author editorials and pitch both bloggers and traditional journalists. Students looking to burnish their public relations, writing and journalism skills will find our communications department to be a fast-paced, high-energy place where they can learn about the environmental community and how The Wilderness Society works to protect the country’s most important public lands and natural resources.
About the position
- This position is unpaid, but qualifies for school credit.
- Student is expected to commit to 20-25 hours per week.
- Student is expected to complete those hours within traditional work hours and will be provided desk space in The Wilderness Society’s office.
How to apply
Please email a resume, cover letter, and recent writing sample to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line to indicate the internship program and semester you are applying for.