OneBothell is accepting interns for various research, engagement, or restoration projects. OneBothell works for land preservation and restoration involved with the Former Wayne Golf Course location. Love of land and restoration are important in a intern to leverage expertise and plans for OneBothell.
Our Internship is a position with a stipend at the completion of the internship. Interns will work remotely with OneBothell board members to complete activities involved with furthering OneBothell’s mission and goals. Interns will need to complete a project with measurable milestones for successful completion.
Some possible areas intern will work in:
- Land use and land swap restoration
- Creating interpretive signage
- Designing interpretive monthly walks
- Tree history and species mapping
- Wildlife Tracking
- Grant Writing
- Tribal relations and consultation
- Relations with City of Bothell
- Other potential projects
Students must be currently enrolled or enrolling in an internship credit class, be able to commit to a minimum number of hours over a three-month period, and have weekly meetings with a OneBothell board member. OneBothell hopes with the help of interns to start engaging the public, create more land restoration and education support for the Bothell community, and help support work education for students.
Updated: Deadline for internship applications is March 31st 2022 to be considered for the interns.
Please send a copy of your resume and a one page description of your interests in projects listed above or land restoration in the area and your experience to firstname.lastname@example.org