Education Internship - Drumlin Farm
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Lincoln Massachusetts, is a working, sustainable farm, a wildlife sanctuary and a busy center for multiple environmental education programs with well over 90,000 visitors per year.
The Education Intern will conduct educational programs for visitors to Drumlin Farm. Programs usually happen in the morning (Tues-Friday) between the hours of 9am-2pm and each program usually lasts for 45 minutes. The intern can utilize existing program kits designed to be interactive with the visiting public and/or create new activities/kits.
- Interest in environmental education and farm-based education or science education as demonstrated by previous activities, classes or work experience.
- Friendly “can-do” attitude, and a willingness to reach out and engage adults and young children
- Willingness to work in any weather
- If intern is completing an independent project, an ability to self-motivate and ask for help as needed.
- Intern will need to complete a CORI and SORI before beginning work.
Compensation and Benefits
This is an unpaid position.
- 2-4 mornings/week from 9-2:00, hours can be somewhat flexible.
- Spring, mid-April through mid-June and/or
- Summer, mid-June through August
We are accessible by public transportation from the greater Boston area.
How to Apply
Send cover letter and resume to (email only):