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Naturalist Intern Program Turns 10 Years Old!
In Fall 2007, DEC started a Naturalist Intern Program at Reinstein Woods, a paid internship program that provides training and experience to college students or recent graduates interested in environmental education. Since then, 63 people, ranging in age from 20 to 40+, have experienced what it’s like to teach and learn at Reinstein Woods.
Information about applying to the Naturalist Intern Program can be found on DEC’s website.
Where Have Reinstein Woods Naturalist Interns Gone?
Adirondack Mountain Club; AmeriCorps/SCA; Buffalo Museum of Science; Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper; Buffalo Zoo; Earth Spirit Educational Services; Erie County Park Rangers; Five Rivers Environmental Education Center; Friends of Reinstein Woods; General Motors; Girl Scouts; Heritage Education Program; Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest (NH); Mendacino Woodlands (CA); The Nature Conservancy (PA); NYS Department of Environmental Conservation; NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (Evangola State Park & Taconic Outdoor Education Center); Parks & People Foundation (MD); Pigeon Key Marine Science Center (FL); Pinellas County Park Rangers (FL); Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PA); Praxair (TX); Rochester Museum & Science Center; Rogers Environmental Education Center; Tetra Tech; Tifft Nature Preserve; Town of Amherst; US Fish & Wildlife Service; Virginia Department of Emergency Management; Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources; Western New York PRISM.