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Internships

We celebrated our 2016 Summer Interns with a send off pizza party. Above (L to R): Nicole Bridgewater, Kelsie Hall, Danielle White, Richardson Irvine, Paul Lockett, Bentley Baker, and Payton Rogers. Not pictured: Jack English. *Learn more about them in Part 1 and Part 2 of "Meet the Interns" from our #BayBlog posts. 

We celebrated our 2016 Summer Interns with a send off pizza party. Above (L to R): Nicole Bridgewater, Kelsie Hall, Danielle White, Richardson Irvine, Paul Lockett, Bentley Baker, and Payton Rogers. Not pictured: Jack English.

*Learn more about them in Part 1 and Part 2 of "Meet the Interns" from our #BayBlog posts. 

Mobile Baykeeper offers internships to both college students and recent college graduates. All internships are unpaid. Hours and days are flexible based on class schedules and other outside commitments. Though we offer different types of internships, interns should expect to gain a broad understanding of the different aspects that make up a non-profit organization. Internships may be tailored to fit the interests and desired experience to be gained from the intern. Some weekend and evening hours may be required. Please send resume and cover letter to Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org.

Mobile Baykeeper currently offers the following types of internships:

Policy and Legal Intern (Program Internship)

A policy and legal internship with Mobile Baykeeper provides a breadth of experience that can transfer to future environmental-related work opportunities. Interns work under the close direction and supervision of our program director, but also have opportunities to work in collaborative efforts with other staff and outside organizations. The Policy and Legal Intern(s) will work primarily to assist Mobile Baykeeper in advocating for responsible growth and sensible policies to protect our environment and the health of coastal communities. Click here to learn more about this position.  

Fall 2016 Program Intern Heather Glass conducts water sampling on Three Mile Creek. 

Fall 2016 Program Intern Heather Glass conducts water sampling on Three Mile Creek. 

Patrol and Monitoring Intern (Program Internship)

Patol and Monitoring Interns work under the close direction and supervision of our program director. The Patrol and Monitoring Intern(s) will work primarily to investigate pollution issues and monitor local waterways. Interns with a background/interest in environmental science are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position. 

GIS and Compliance Intern (Program Internship)

GIS and Compliance Interns work under the close direction and supervision of our program director. The GIS and Compliance Intern(s) will work primarily to map relevant environmental data, compile information related to specific pollution issues, and track compliance of facilities of interest. Interns with a background/interest in GIS or environmental science are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position. 

Development Intern

Summer 2016 Interns Kelsie Hall & Danielle White greet racers with finisher medals at the 2016 Publix Grandman Triathlon. 

Summer 2016 Interns Kelsie Hall & Danielle White greet racers with finisher medals at the 2016 Publix Grandman Triathlon

Development Interns will assist the Development Director in the coordination and execution of various fundraising events throughout the year. Major events include a triathlon, silent auction, food truck festival, and a breakfast event. Interns with a background/interest in marketing, event planning, or fundraising are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position. 

 

Communications Intern

Communications Intern Madison Seuzeneau puts her radio skills to the test on "In Touch Gulf Coast" with Beverly McDowell from Cumulus Media during a radio interview promoting the 2017 MLK Day of Service. 

Communications Intern Madison Seuzeneau puts her radio skills to the test on "In Touch Gulf Coast" with Beverly McDowell from Cumulus Media during a radio interview promoting the 2017 MLK Day of Service. 

The Communications & Outreach Intern will assist both the Communications Coordinator and the Education & Outreach Coordinator in managing all communication and outreach strategies for Mobile Baykeeper. Interns with a background/interest in marketing, public relations, communications, journalism, or graphic design are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position

 

 

 

Summer 2016 Interns Kelsie Hall and Richardson Irvine spend a fun day in Gulf Shores passing out marketing materials to local shops and restaurants to promote the Swim Guide app. 

Summer 2016 Interns Kelsie Hall and Richardson Irvine spend a fun day in Gulf Shores passing out marketing materials to local shops and restaurants to promote the Swim Guide app

Education & Outreach Intern

The Education Intern will assist both the Education and Outreach Coordinator and Programs team with our current educational programs, included but not limited to, SWAMP (Strategic Watershed Awareness and Monitoring Program), Muddy Water Watch and Plastic Free Gulf Coast. Interns with a background/interest in education, environmental studies and/or marketing are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position. 

Video Intern

The Video Intern will assist the Education and Outreach Coordinator and Communications Coordinator developing and producing video content to be used for marketing, general awareness of the organization, educational programs and fundraising. Interns with a background in video production and background/interest in education, environmental studies, non-profit fundraising and/or marketing are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more about this position. 


For more information about the internship program at Mobile Baykeeper, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229.