If you are looking to experience real business at a global organization, we offer a variety of options. These give you exposure to real projects and challenges in the conservation arena.
Internships at The Nature Conservancy can be paid or unpaid, but should be directly related to a current or recently accredited educational program. Individuals may also receive school credit from an education institution in addition to or in lieu of wages.
These varied opportunities are aimed at high school, undergraduate and graduate students and differ by program or business unit. They are typically offered at focused times during the course of a year or on a “seasonal” or “summer” basis.
While internships are typically posted on our Careers site, you may also want to contact individual business units at specific locations to inquire about opportunities.
Organization-Wide Internship Programs
Growing Leaders on Behalf of the Environment (GLOBE) focuses on recent college graduates (Bachelors, Masters, and PhD). Applications for this summer program are solicited in January of each year.
Leaders in Environmental Action For The Future (LEAF) is a summer program for high school students.