The Wilderness Society was founded in 1935 to protect wilderness and to inspire Americans to care for our wild places.
- Conducting literature searches on the ecological impacts of motor vehicles, noise, roads, off-road vehicles, and energy development to use in comments to federal land management agencies and outreach to TWS members and elected officials;
- Working with a bibliography software (i.e. EndNote) to collect and integrate reference data from various regional databases;
- Assisting with research, writing, or designing publications, reports, fact sheets, blogs, newsletters, etc.; and
- Creating a database of contact information to generate distribution lists of target audience for various research products.
- Strong writing and research skills;
- Strong computer skills (previous working experience with EndNote (Microsoft Access and Publisher preferred);
- Coursework in ecology, wildlife, natural resources policy preferred;
- At least two years of college credits; and
- A commitment to protecting the environment.
To Apply: Send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and 2 references to Christine Soliva at research_jobs(at)tws.org. Put "internship" in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Deadline: May 15, 2010