Partners

There are many ways to get involved with the programs of the Resource Stewardship and Science directorate including:

Research opportunities
Volunteer positions
Internships
Employment - seasonal, term, and permanent

Internships

Cultural Resource Programs - Multiple

Annually - hires individuals through a NCPE (National Council for Preservation Education) agreement to serve as interns for programs including: Archeology, Anthropology, Cultural Landscapes, Historic Architecture, History, and Museum Resources. Summer positions (beginning May to July and ending September to October) are typically posted on http://www.preservenet.cornell.edu/employ/ncpe.php in January. Academic year positions (beginning January and ending in April) are typically posted on http://www.preservenet.cornell.edu/employ/ncpe.php in September.

Invasive Plant Management program

Annually - hires individuals to serve on field crews managing invasive plants from spring through early fall. Positions are typically posted on USAJobs in winter (January-March). Internships are also offered for similar positions through Conservation Legacy.

Inventory & Monitoring

Annually - hires individuals to serve on field crews monitoring forest vegetation from late spring through early fall and stream water quality year round. Positions are typically posted on USAJobs in winter (December - February).

Urban Ecology Research Learning Alliance

Annually - hires individuals to serve as interns on a variety of project topics involving natural and cultural resources in national parks of the National Capital Area. Internships may run over the summer or through the year.
Annually - coordinates the hiring of Geocientists-in-the-Parks positions for the National Capital Area.

Current Job Opportunities

This list includes all park and program jobs in the Washington, DC area with typical natural and cultural resource position codes (i.e. 0401-Biologist, 1301-Physical Scientist, 0808-Historic Architect, etc.)

Last updated: December 3, 2019