INTERNSHIP

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

What is the Internship Program?

Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador's Internship Program provides non-profit organizations, community groups and municipalities an opportunity to host an intern on a project focusing on environmental or cultural heritage conservation.

Internships allows for meaningful, paid employment opportunities for recent graduates, while supporting important cultural and environmental initiatives in communities throughout the province.

New Interns Starting Soon!

CCNL looks forward to welcoming two new interns to our team in September 2017. Further details coming soon.

For further information on the 2017-2018 Internship Program, please contact Megan Stuckless at 729-7279 or mstuckless@ccnl.ca

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

CCNL’s Internship Program has operated successfully for 10 years, focusing on the following priorities:

EMPLOYMENT

Creating relevant and challenging work experiences for recent graduates of a variety of educational programs.

RESOURCES

Involving the enhancement, restoration and sustainable development of our natural and/or cultural resources.

23987815189_45d7fe0fef_o Megan worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
23894763280_ff9b15de54_o Trent worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with SAEN
24688883695_e43a9494ca_o Community Partner Steve Butler with the City of Mount Pearl, CCNL Intern Laura, and CCNL Executive Director Darren.
23822580299_970a4e3cf5_o Trent worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with SAEN
24813118795_cf2d0d3926_o CCNL Intern Laura worked in partnership with MUN Botanical Garden
23727447144_b1ef5ecca3_o Megan worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
23894761690_cd898c2a9b_o Trent worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with SAEN
24060070210_3f029bb290_o Megan worked as a CCNL intern in partnership with the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador