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

Meet the Interns

Alison
Alison interned as a Program Assistant with Food First NL. During her internship, she spearheaded workshops to educate others about accessible and affordable food in NL.
zach and tegan
Zack and Tegan interned with the NunatuKavut Community Firewood Social Enterprise Project. They delivered firewood to homes in Black Tickle and the surrounding community. They also organize volunteers and community groups to help them distribute wood, creating connections and building community networks to help people access the firewood they need.
Dylan
Dylan interned with CCNL’s Rural Asset Management in a Changing Climate Project. He worked on creating an inventory of municipal assets in Brigus, Cupids, Clarke’s Beach and South River. By creating this inventory, Dylan's work will help towns manage their infrastructure in more sustainable, better-informed ways. This will be increasingly important given the uncertainties that climate change is bringing to our province.