Conservation Policy Intern
Type of Job
$1,500 per month (and potentially school credit); does not include benefits
Aug 7, 2023
About the job
Title: Conservation Policy Intern
Supervisor: Farm Bill Policy Director
Duration of Internship: 3 months, approximately Oct 1 – Dec 31, 2023
Compensation: $1,500 per month (and potentially school credit); does not include benefits
Submission Deadline: Aug 18, 2023
This is a paid internship with American Bird Conservancy’s Policy Program. The specific duties will be determined based in part on the candidate’s interests; long-term projects may include collaboration with partner organizations on conservation messaging and event planning, analysis and outreach and research and development of Farm Bill policy.
· Analyze conservation impact of legislation and/or policy
· Review and summarize Farm Bill law, policies and strategies
· Review and summarize reports, scientific papers, and other materials as directed
· Prepare fact sheets and other educational materials for a popular audience
· Conduct strategic outreach to target audiences
· Represent American Bird Conservancy at partner meetings
· Help to organize policy events
· Strong interest in wildlife conservation and/or public policy
· Understanding of basic biological principles, government, and/or law
· Proficiency with Microsoft Office software (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
· Strong writing skills for a variety of audiences
· Strong emotional maturity
· Authorized to work in the US
· Familiarity with scientific and policy literature and resources
· Background screening required
Please apply online at Paylocity.
If you have any difficulties uploading your resume and cover letter, then please send them as ONE document to HR@abcbirds.org
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