Conservation Begins Here
For college and graduate students, as well as other qualified individuals, SCA internships provide the opportunity to work directly with resource management professionals, while gaining tangible skills, and contributing substantially to the preservation of our natural and cultural treasures. Ranging in length from 12 to 52 weeks, SCA Internships are available throughout the year in all conservation disciplines. All positions are expense-paid and most offer insurance and education awards.
Have questions? Join our live chat session with SCA staff every Wed from 3-4 pm.
Are you a current or former SCA Intern? Use Intern groups to connect with peers and alumni. Ask questions, share ideas, learn about opportunities, and relate experiences.
Conservation Interns group- Look here to connect with SCA interns from all of our Conservation Intern programs.
Conservation Book Club- Join our Conservation Book Club! We'll be reading and discussing a new conservation related book each month.
When creating an Intern group of your own, be sure to enter "Intern" with a capital "I" into the "location" box.
Want to be enthralled by firsthand accounts of life as a Conservation Intern? Check out the Intern blogs. You'll be astonished to see what SCA Interns are capable of!
Conservation Intern blogs- Look here to find blogs by SCA interns from all Conservation Intern programs.
Be sure and tag all Intern Blog posts with the word, "Intern", spelled with a with a capital "I."
Are you an applicant who’s interested in learning more about what it’s like to be an Intern? Are you an intern with an issue you’d like to discuss with your peers around the country? Or are you an alumni with an opportunity you’d like to share? The Intern forums are a place where you can do all of these things! Ask. Share. Discuss. Connect. Learn more.
When posting to the Intern forum, be sure and enter "Intern" with a capital "I" into the "tag" box.
Have to see it to believe it? Feast your eyes on photo albums posted by SCA Interns from around the country.
Be sure and tag all of your Intern photos with the word "Intern". Capital "I," please.