Interns will work in fields including:
- community planning,
- realty services,
- project management,
- social sciences,
- geographic information systems,
- publication services,
- and more.
Who may Apply
Undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates (up to 2 years post-graduation).
Minimum of 11 weeks and up to 1 year. At least 11 weeks must be 40 hours/week, but potential for some part-time work may exist.
Located at PPFL team and project locations across the country at parks, regional offices, or DC office. Some internship opportunities may be remote. Location is specified in individual internship announcements.
Housing and Other Costs
Park housing may be provided during project work when available, though housing is not guaranteed. Workspace, equipment, and supplies will be provided as needed. Details will vary and are included on individual postings.
Competitive payrate of $18/hour or higher; payrates will be included in postings. Also, interns will receive a professional development stipend.
- Gain exposure to hiring managers
- Access to future job opportunities
- Improve experience in your field of expertise
- Increase exposure to federal public land management
- Meet new mentors in your discipline
- Develop network by engaging with NPS partners and neighboring communities
- Potential for non-competitive hiring authority following completion of internship and degree program
How to Apply
Build Up positions currently accepting applications will be posted on our partner’s webpage: The Campaign for Historic Trades – Opportunities
Is this a Federal Job with the NPS?
No. While you will be mentored by National Park Service employee on National Park Service sites, you will be employed by one of our approved Corps Network partner organizations.
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Last updated: February 15, 2023