Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation is a non-profit organization that increases the availability of scientific knowledge through partnerships between adventure athletes and scientists. We are looking for an intern to work on non-profit development (grant applications and fund raising). Initial intern appointments are part-time (15 to 20 hours/week) and unpaid. Successful interns may apply for paid positions after evaluation period. ASC does not have a central office. Interns work independently, and participate in Organizational and Project meetings in Bozeman.
Non-profit development (i.e., grant-writing or fundraising) and or marketing experience is desired. Studies in technical areas such as environmental science or biology will be helpful as will experience with outdoor adventure. Interns will be encouraged to apply ASC work to academic courses, as appropriate.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Gregg Treinish at email@example.com.
Listen to Treinish on cbc radio online tonight, at 7:39 p.m. EST (5:39 MST): cbc.ca/video/#/Radio/1447825254/ID=1404737778
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