the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Internship

MARCH 1ST DEADLINE

 

A summer internship will be available under the supervision of Conservation Officer Glen Lucas with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.  The internship will be based out of the Lancaster Office but will focus in the area around Colebrook.  The internship will focus on the everyday working life of a CO and what they do.  This could vary from 1 hour to the next in any given day.  Some activities may include but are not limited to Stocking fish, assisting with carry-outs and Search and rescues, patrolling with a CO on a dirt bike, ATV, boat truck etc., maintenance of equipment, Operation Game Thief projects, surveillance of fishermen, undercover work, working with state fish hatchery personnel.  This internship is available starting in May and ending in September.  This is an unpaid internship.  Lodging may be available. Hours most likely to be worked are various weekdays with some weekends as well.  Hours are flexible and we would prefer an internship to last at least until July.

Any questions please contact CO Glen Lucas by email. glen.lucas@wildlife.nh.gov

Nicole Collins

Nicole Collins

Director of Career Services at Unity College
Collins is Director of Career Services at Unity College. Her successes include increasing the amount of student career center use by over 200%, coordinating the largest environmental career fair in New England (with over 85 participating employers), supporting an increase in student internship placement by 70% and establishing a grant funded intern partnership with the White Mountain National Forest Service. In addition to her role in Career Services, Collins also instructs a 1-credit professional development course.
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