Tennessee Ecological Services Field Office
Southeast Region
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Internship Opportunities

 

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Summer 2016 interns capturing stream temperature data (left) and sampling for barrens topminnow (right)
photo credit: USFWS

 

  • Congratulations on taking important steps towards your future career in conservation!  Volunteer Internships with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are unique opportunities to experience many aspects of a career in conservation with a Federal agency.  There are many benefits to volunteering as an intern:

    • - Build your resume with real world experience
    • - Learn about the day-to-day tasks of staff in a Federal conservation agency
    • - Network with professionals and partners of the USFWS
    • - Learn about rare species in Tennessee
    • - Gain knowledge of federal and international laws governing wildlife
    • - Practice and refine your scientific analysis and writing skills
    • - Earn college credits

 

No Internships are available at this time.

Use the links below to see examples of internships offerred in the past.

  1. 1. Endangered Species Permit Program Intern
  2. 2. Consultation Program Intern
  3. 3. Administrative Intern
  4. 4. Cartography/Spatial Analysis Intern

 

For more information about our Volunteer Internship Program contact the Tennessee Field Office Volunteer Coordinator – Emily Granstaff at emily_granstaff@fws.gov.

 

For more information about volunteering with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, see the national volunteer page

 


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Last updated: September 27, 2018
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