Internships

Are you passionate about environmental conservation and water quality? Would you rather spend a summer on the river than at a desk? RiverLink is now hosting two internship programs that will help you gain a better understanding of watershed conservation and non-profit operation. We are looking for energetic and engaged individuals to help with volunteer coordination, land easement monitoring, event outreach, river stewardship and more.

We love our watershed and all of the amazing things it provides. We would do anything to ensure clean water and a beautiful river for this community. If you feel the same way then come join us this summer!

We are looking specifically for college students (Freshmen-Seniors) to fill these positions. 

  

If you are interested in working with children on the river this summer, check out our French Broad RiverCamp and our Counselor Position Description.

Outreach Intern

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Watershed Stewardship Intern

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