GREENVILLE - Moose have become synonymous with the state of Maine, and preserving the population is a priority for wildlife biologists. It’s been 30 years since the Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife conducted a GPS radio collar study on moose, but biologists say it’s now more important than ever that they get this vital information.Read more
Are you passionate about wildlife? Ever considered turning that passion into a career? SCA internships with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offer opportunities to work directly an indirectly with wild animals—from sea turtles to salmon, bats to butterﬂies, avocets to albatrosses—restoring their habitats, monitoring their numbers, sharing their stories with the public, and more. If you want to learn the ins and outs of wildlife conservation, and contribute meaningfully to the preservation of wildlife and wildlife habitat, an SCA internship with USFWS in the place to begin.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employs over 9,000 people to manage 150 million acres of land spread across over 551 National Wildlife Refuges and thousands of smaller sites all over the country. Interning through SCA is a perfect way to get involved with the agency and decide if a career in wildlife management is the right thing for you.
We post new positions all the time for a variety of interests, skill levels, and timeframes, including many that are tailored for the summer months. Check our search page often and you’ll always find something new!
SCA has partnered with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to provide over 50 internships for students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds.
SCA is partnering with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to provide fellowship opportunities for rising seniors and recent graduates interested in a conservation career. Summer fellowships are available in a variety of fields, including biological sciences, natural resources, and refuge management.