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|Pierce Conservation District||Village Volunteers||21 Progress|
|Tacoma Rescue Mission||Fife Historical Society|
|Feast Arts Center||Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County||Roaring Gardens Farm|
Responsible Mining and Energy Intern - Arlington, VA
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group strives to deepen the connection between land, people, and salmon through restoration, education, and research. Our mission is to ensure that wild salmon are once again abundant in the Pacific Northwest.
StreamTeam Intern (Paid)
Education/Outreach Intern (Paid)
Contact for both positions: Seth Elsen (email@example.com)
Pierce Conservation District: (2 positions available)
The heart of our mission is our collaborative efforts with voluntary local landowners and citizen volunteers to improve water quality, promote sustainable agriculture, create thriving habitat, and build an equitable and healthy food system for all through education, community engagement, and assistance. Our commitment to improving the well-being of Pierce County residents and ecosystems is reflected in all of our work
These two internship positions will be hired through our Habitat Improvement Program, which focuses on improving riparian habitat through the removal of invasive weeds and replanting with native trees and shrubs. Many of our restoration projects are focused on improving the streambank habitat conditions for adult and juvenile salmon
The general timeline for these positions is from May 14- August 10.
Contact for both positions: Kramer Canup (KramerC@piercecd.org)
To apply for these two positions please send your Resume and Cover Letter describing your interest in the positions and your relevant experience to Kramer Canup.
We are looking for an intern for our nonprofit who can assist the Executive Director and the Office Manager. Looking for an intern who wants experience with nonprofit management. We are a small office but we are an effective nonprofit that works in partnership with programs in Africa and Asia. Intern can be entry level.
Help to process donations, write tax letters and other administrative tasks.
- Knows MS Office (Word, Excel)
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Problem-solving skills and research skills
-Organizational skills, ability to multi-task and attention to detail
4820 54th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98118
Bold Summer is a place where diverse people explore who they are and their experience from a personal, community, and social justice perspective. Join a cohort of change leaders to learn, lead, and grow
Housing scholarships available
The Rescue Mission (TRM) is a Christian non-profit organization that exists to offer God's help, hope, and healing to the most impoverished members of our community. Our goal is to help everyone we work with become a fully contributing member of the community.
The Mission meets basic needs of individuals and families, along with providing services to empower our clients to thrive. These include: emergency family shelter, permanent supportive housing, residential substance use disorder treatment, job training and employment, basic adult education, veterans' resource center, preschool, and youth afterschool programming
The RISE intern- Assigned responsibilities may include:
Contact: Noah Baskett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For over 30 years, the Children’s Museum of Tacoma has carried out its mission to “honor children and champion play” by nurturing children and supporting the grown-ups who care for them. Through vibrant play-based exhibits, onsite programming, and community outreach, the Museum engages, inspires, and educates children eight and younger, as well as their parents and caregivers. Through advocacy, the Museum challenges our communities to embrace the power of play and value the contributions of children.
Located in downtown Tacoma’s “museum row” the Museum sets itself apart from others in its field with innovative, sculpturally-based environments, brimming with invitations for engaged, self-directed discovery. Uniquely, the Museum offers a Pay as You Will model of admissions, eliminating all financial barriers to participation. Further expanding access, the Museum’s free early learning outreach program, Play to Learn, is offered at 22 locations across Pierce County.
Development Department Internship
The internship will consist of supporting the Development Department in its efforts to raise funds through individual donations, grants, and special events. Tasks include:
Contact: Erin Crouch (email@example.com)
The Fife Historical Society is a non-profit organization seeking to better connect local history stories with the community We operate a historical house museum, as well as an event venue next door, Dacca Barn.
Excellent communication skills
Passion for learning
Love of old things is a plus
Contact: Julie Watts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Feast Arts Center is a place to gather together, to take classes, to make art and to be part of a community. The guiding concept at Feast is the belief that community involvement enriches personal experience, that personal experience informs art making, and that art making strengthens communities.
Feast Arts Center aspires to be inclusive in all of its endeavors, extending the visual arts experience to people from all backgrounds and working at all skill levels. Feast offers a variety of youth and adult art classes, community events, and lecture series. The Gallery at Feast strives to highlight the very best in contemporary and conceptual artwork. Feast Arts Center - nourish yourself.
Marketing and Communications Intern:
Contact: Todd Jannausch (email@example.com)
Founded in 1888 by a handful of concerned citizens, The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County has grown into the state's largest animal welfare agency. We find loving homes for more than 6,000 pets a year, reunite thousands of lost pets with their owners, provide medical care for ill and injured shelter pets, and offer comprehensive low-cost spay-neuter programs.
The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County is striving to create a compassionate community where every pet has a loving home. We invite you to support our mission through volunteering, donating, adopting, and advocating for the welfare of pets in our community.
The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County is a local, independent 501(c)3 non-profit which relies on donations to fund its vital programs. The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County is not associated with any government agency, nor affiliated with any national organization.
Summer Intern for Outreach, and Community Services Department:
Contact: Stephenee Carrington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A passion for good food drives this farm. Ben Armstrong and Whitney Will (who managed the farm from 2015-2018) fell into farming through a passion for cooking and eating good, healthy food. We offer a three season CSA Program where participants receive a bag of vegetables a week, and we sell at various Farmers' Markets in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Internship (paid $100/week)
Contact: Ben Armstrong (email@example.com)
Densho is a Seattle-based non-profit organization started in 1996, with the initial goal of documenting oral histories from Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II. This evolved into a mission to educate, preserve, collaborate and inspire action for equity. Densho uses digital technology to preserve and make accessible primary source materials on the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. We present these materials and related resources for their historic value and as a means of exploring issues of democracy, intolerance, wartime hysteria, civil rights and the responsibilities of citizenship in our increasingly global society
Digitizing Intern (Paid): Densho is seeking interns to support our digital repository projects through the following activities: digitizing a variety of materials (newspapers, photographs, documents, etc.), editing and performing quality control on digital images, transcribing documents, cataloging and indexing, data management in digital repository software, rights management, and other duties as needed
The internships run from June 2018 through September 2018 for a total of 350 hours per intern at $13 an hour, no benefits. An average weekly schedule would consist of 20-25 hours of work, completed within Densho’s hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.