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Summer Internships in Lowcountry Conservation

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Summer Internships at Lowcountry Land Trust

Lowcountry Land Trust has six summer internship opportunities:

  • Community-Centered Conservation
  • Cooper River Conservation (two positions)
  • Events and Communications
  • GIS and Conservation Planning
  • Stewardship

About Lowcountry Land Trust’s Internship Program:

Summer interns will contribute to the long-term success of LLT by assisting the staff in daily operations
and management. The program offers interns an opportunity to play a key role in our organization,
through the orderly and efficient completion of critical and timely projects.

All interns will work closely alongside conservation and program staff members on specific projects. In
addition to their respective responsibilities, interns are included in a weekly training curriculum to help
prepare for a professional career. Past LLT interns have gone on to work with the DNR, other
conservation organizations, and even lead the Land Trust- seriously!

For all internships, the primary work location will be at our Charleston office, but travel and fieldwork
may be necessary. Interns must have a personal vehicle. Parking is available at our office.

Summer Internship Application Instructions:

Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Please email materials to
careers@lowcountrylandtrust.org. In the subject line, please indicate the project(s) for which you would
like to be considered. Attached, please include your cover letter (addressed to the project lead or leads,
resume, and list of three (3) professional references.

Please, no phone calls.

For a complete description of our Lowcountry conservation internship opportunities click here: Summer 2022 Internships

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