If you think you might like to pursue a career in outdoor nature education or the non-profit field, an internship with Durango Nature Studies can offer you a great opportunity to gain skills for your future career. Our internship program provides eligible hours for many college majors, including (but not limited to) Adventure Education, Education, Sociology, and Environmental Studies. Check with your professors about working with Durango Nature Studies to complete your hours.
Our internships allows students to choose between various teaching programs that range in hours and skills. An internship training is mandatory for all participants in the program. All interested students must read the Internship Descriptions below and fill out an application. Interns for various positions will be chosen after an interview with DNS staff.
Contact Stephanie Weber, executive director, to discuss options at 970-769-1800.