Program Website and Application Information
The application period for the Conservation LeaderInternship Program (CLIP) opens today, January 3, 2022 and closes February 18, 2022. Read about year one in this blog and pass it along to potential applicants! We are looking for 3-4 interns to work with TLC this summer.
CLIP is a paid summer internship that will provide underrepresented and BIPOC students/youth with hands-on professional training in the field of conservation. Participants will gain experience areas such as: Plant identification, Land management, GIS/GPS training, Prescribed fire training, Herbicide use, Rare plant monitoring, Wildlife/Stream surveys, Sustainable farming techniques, Land preservation techniques, Field safety, Scientific research/Experimental design, Art in the natural world, Career development and Professional networking. Collectively, these skills will give each participant a strong understanding of the field of conservation and serve as a springboard for a professional career in the field of conservation.
We are looking for students/youth that are High School Juniors/Senior – Freshman-Senior in college. Applicants are not required to be enrolled in a college program.