Conservation and research internship

Assist in research and conservation projects. Upper division and graduate students are evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on the needs of current conservation and research projects.

Ongoing conservation and research projects include:

  • Western pond turtle head starting

  • propagation and translocation of Oregon Silverspot butterfly larvae
  • propagation and translocation of Taylor's checkerspot butterfly larvae

Suitable for undergraduate or graduate level college students. Course credit and letters of recommendation are available, however this is an unpaid internship. To be considered, a student must be receiving academic credit from or be fulfilling an academic requirement of an accredited Institution of Higher Education. It is the responsibility of the intern to ensure that all university or college requirements are met to receive credit.

Apply online:

Applicants can apply by visting www.OregonMetro.gov/jobs then selecting "view job opportunities."

Deadlines

Applications close February 11, 2018