The Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation is seeking an intern to create a collection of blog posts that feature conservation priority areas (Polk, Volusia, Collier, Leon, Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Orange, Lake, and Osceola Counties) featuring a variety of individuals/organizations protecting the Florida Wildlife Corridor through their work. The Storytelling Content Intern will be expected to work 20 hours a week remotely.
- Reach out by phone or email to key Florida Wildlife Corridor partners across the state to schedule short interviews.
- Develop interview questions.
- Interview 8-10 key partners about how their organization intersects with the Corridor vision.
- Write a blog post of each interview to be featured on the Florida Wildlife Corridor website.
- Upload and organize images and videos taken into our data asset management system Canto.
- Other tasks as assigned.
Statement of Compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act for Internships:
- The internship program is primarily a training and hands-on learning experience within the confines of a conservation non-profit structure.
- Internships are conducted without entitlement to a paid job at the conclusion of the internship and are not used as a “trial” period leading to employment.
- The Corridor Foundation will provide credit and/or integrated coursework with student’s current educational endeavors (when applicable) and will work around intern’s academic commitments and calendar.
- Intern acknowledges that this internship is unpaid and provided by a non-profit charitable organization. Intern is volunteering without expectation of compensation.
This internship position is open for Spring and Summer 2024. The Spring internship deadline is January 1, 2024 and the Summer internship deadline is April 15, 2024.
NOTE: Eckerd College students, please apply through Triton Track. University of South Florida, St Petersburg College and University of Tampa students, please apply through Handshake.
Due to the overwhelming amount of applications we receive we cannot respond to each applicant. Thank you for your understanding.