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We love to help people gain experience both out in the field and in the office. We have paid jobs and unpaid internships available starting this Winter 2022.
Outdoor Stewardship Employee
Part-time; 20 hours/wk; flexible schedule
Start date: January - March 2022
Requirements: Has own transportation, physical ability to perform strenuous tasks; willingness to learn forestry and stewardship skills; team worker; reliability in task completion; experienced in chainsaw usage; ability to write reports
Duties: Cut and treat woody invasive brush and tress on conservancy property trail maintenance; sign construction and placement; boundary marking; and other maintenance activities on properties in a six-township area. This is step 1 in improving habitat for wildlife. Supervised by BHHC Field Stewardship Coordinator.
On-going part-time work; volunteer
Our conservancy is seeking a passionate supporter of the environment who will locate and research land presentation opportunities. BHHC is working in the headwaters of Oakland-Genesee-Livingston streams. Online research and travel for ground truthing required. Travel reimbursement possible. Call Susan Julian, Exec. Dir. 248-795-2808 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Biology Assessment Assistant
Part-Time volunteer position March-May or June-August
BHHC is looking for an intern who has some environmental knowledge, botany and GPS knowledge, is a self-starter and enjoys being outside. intern will be conducting field biology assessments of potential properties in the headwaters area and will report to a supervisor on his/her findings. If interested, please contact Sue Julian at 248-795-2808.
About Our Internship Opportunities
BHHC seeks to shape a project according to the skills and interests of college interns. For the assistance interns give us, we attempt to round out their education with hands-on projects that further their goals in lieu of payment. A student working with NOHLC could gain experience in a number of areas:
* project planning
* land restoration
* climate change actions
* wildlife preservation
* communications--short profiles
* event planning
* non-profit administration
If you are interested in a unpaid internship, email Executive Director Sue Julian. Please include your phone number and your area of interest.
Bird Habitat Improvement
Part-time volunteer position May-August
BHHC is looking for an intern who has some interest and knowledge in ornithology, is a good researcher, enjoys being outside and can conduct indoor and outdoor recordkeeping. Intern will work to assess and improve bird habitat on a number of properties and will report to a supervisor. If interested, please contact Sue Julian at 248-785-2808.