North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

Internships at the Wildlife Resources Commission

The following internships last for 10 weeks. Please click on the county link to learn additional details about each internship. Please note the work location, as housing is the responsibility of the intern. The internships will begin in June 2017.  Please apply for the internships through the North Carolina State Government website  Click here to apply  Internship application submissions are now closed.


Wake County

Project Name: Wildlife Law Enforcement Field Intern

Duty Station: 1751 Varsity Dr. Raleigh, NC. 27606

Academic Majors: Criminal Justice, Wildlife Management, Ecology, Environmental Science, or Biological Sciences, Parks and Recreation Management

Location: One of North Carolina Wildlife Nine Districts


Project Name: Box Turtle Project & Wildlife Communications

Duty Station: 1751 Varsity Dr. Raleigh, NC. 27606

Academic Majors: Major in Fisheries/Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Biology, Communications, Zoology, Parks and Recreation, Environmental Science or other Natural Science curriculum.

Location: Headquaters Raleigh Office


Project Name: Box Turtle Connection Project and Wildlife Social Sciences

Duty Station: 1751 Varsity Dr. Raleigh, NC. 27606

Academic Majors: Major in Fisheries/Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Biology, Communications, Zoology, Parks and Recreation, Environmental Science or other Natural Science curriculum.

Location: Headquaters Raleigh Office

Haywood County

Project Name: Aquatic Prority Species Monitoring

Duty Station: Balsam Depot-Haywood County 20830 Great Smoky Mt. Exp. Waynesville, NC 28786

Academic Majors:Fisheries Management, Wildlife Management, Ecology, Biology, Zoology, Ichthyology, Natural Resources Management, Aquaculture

Location Description:  Field location


 

 

 

 

Alamance County

Project Name: Eastern Region Aquatic Wildlife Diversity

Duty Station:Sykes Depot 2430 Turner RdMebane, NC27302

Academic Majors: Fisheries Management, Biology, Ecology, Conservation Biology, Ichthyology, Natural Resources Management, Aquaculture, Wildlife Management

Location: Field location

 

Transylvania County

Project Name: Wildlife Educator

Duty Station: Transylvania County Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education1401 Fish Hatchery Road

Academic Majors: Wildlife/Wildlife Biology, Biology, Fisheries, Science Education, Early Childhood Education, Education, Zoology, Natural Science, Natural Resource Mgt, Parks, Recreation, Conservation Biology, Environmental Education, Secondary Education

Location:  Wildlife Education Center; Field location such as a depot

 

 

Chowan County

Project Name: Habitat Management with a Waterfowl Impoundment Focus

Duty Station: North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Edenton Wildlife Depot 132 Marine Drive Edenton, NC 27932

Academic Majors: Academic majors: Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Forestry & Management, Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, Ecology, Agricultural and Environmental Technology. Specific coursework or experience; wildlife habitat management, bird identification, plant identification, familiarity with agricultural tractors and implements, and understanding on the proper handling of pesticides.

Location: Field location

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McDowell County

Project Name: Aquatic Conservation Priority Species Monitoring

Duty Station:Marion State Fish Hatchery 645 Fish Hatchery Rd. Marion, NC 28752 McDowell County

Academic Majors: Biology, Zoology, Fisheries, Environmental Science, Ecology, Conservation Biology

Location: Field location

 

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