Internships with the Wildlife Resources Commission

To learn more and/or apply, click on the internship that interests you. Please note, all internships close on March 4, 2020. Interns will work from 10 to 15 weeks, up to 40 hours per week, for $10.00 per hour. Please note travel to and from the work place, as is housing is the responsibility of the intern. For these and other opportunities, visit the North Carolina State Government website.

Internship application submissions close on March 4, 2020. 

2020 Summer Internships

Alligator Management Internship in Wake Co.

Growing Up WILD Together Internship in Haywood Co.

River Ranger/Hellbender Salamander Outreach Internship in Transylvania Co.

Topsail Beach Stewardship Program Internship in Pender Co.

Videography for Wildlife Education and Outreach Internship in Wake Co.

Wildlife Education Internship in Transylvania Co.

 

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