Science Communications Intern

  • Appalachian Conservation Corps
  • Sep 14, 2021
Internship- Paid Communication - Public Outreach Conservation/ Natural Resources Environmental Education - Interpretation Parks

Job Description

Position Summary

Build your career in resource management, protection and education!

The Science Communications Individual Placement is based in Washington, D.C. with the National Park Service’s Inventory and Monitoring program ( This approximately 12 month AmeriCorps position will work to provide Natural Resource Management-related support to the parks and partners in the National Capital Region through the development of reports, fact sheets, web content, and other communications materials. The Individual Placement (IP) will primarily work on office-based assignments with the capacity to serve remotely under the mentorship and support of the NPS Staff. The materials created by the IP will provide park resource managers with guidance and information that support caretaking of National Park natural resources and may also provide park interpreters with ways to connect to park visitors and the public. The IP may also catalog and otherwise improve access to natural resource reports and related products that were produced by and for the National Parks of the National Capital Region.

In addition, the IPs will be encouraged to attend NPS-sponsored trainings, and to take part in the activities of other resource programs. The IP will also have opportunities to shadow vegetation and water data collection activities.


Job Level



Government- Federal



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