Sample application for summer internships for a conservation organization.
A detailed guide to hiring, training, and managing interns in a way that benefits them and the company or organization. Includes information about labor regulations, benefits, and sample forms.
Interns can help nonprofit organizations to cost-effectively accomplish more. They also present a pathway for the organization to cultivate potential future employees and introduce new people to the field. [Print version of ConservationTools.org guide]
Public and private employers of all sizes can reference this guide to learn about the benefits associated with facilitating inclusive internship programs as well as the components to consider when designing, implementing, and evaluating these programs. It is important to note that an internship program can vary greatly in size from one intern in a small office to a whole group spread out across a larger employer. As employers reference this guide, they can adapt its recommendations to meet the goals of their specific program.
Sample agreement for between an organization and unpaid intern outlining the goals of the internship and affirming that the intern understands they will not receive payment for the internship.
Manual to help companies and organizations effectively hire, train, and manage interns. Explains the steps necessary to create an intern program or hire your first intern, as well as tips that are useful to companies or organizations with existing internship programs.
Session 2g. Stormwater I. This is the primarily text version of the presentation. It focuses on the decision guidance for selecting between infiltration and surface treatment of stormwater.
Sample agreement outlining the terms of a student internship.