Internships at Dodge Nature Center

Part-time and full-time seasonal, unpaid internships at Dodge Nature Center’s 462-acre nature properties are available in the following areas:

Development and Marketing (Applications accepted year-round)

Development and marketing interns help create various marketing and public relations materials, assist with the coordination of special events and programs, and assist in aspects of fundraising.

To apply for a Development internships, please email a letter of interest and resume to John Chandler.

Agriculture/Horticulture (postings in February)

The farm internship has three seasons:  Spring (March-May), Summer(June –August), and Fall (Sept.-Oct.).  The nature of the work can vary considerably by season.

The core of the internship is a general overview of small scale farming practices.  Interns will learn to do the feeding chores, barn cleaning, basic animal medical/husbandry care, soil preparation, crop planting, cultivation, and harvest.  In addition there will be opportunities to work on bee keeping, a model aquaponics system, fence and building repair, composting, and maple sugaring- all only when seasonally appropriate.  The intern will learn a variety of farm practices in a wide variety of areas.

Specific projects 2013:  Interns may work on a number of these planned projects…

Farm interns gain experience in sustainable agriculture and horticulture, assisting with the daily care of our diverse farm animal population, preparation of bedding plants and planting, care and harvest of field crops.

The internship requires a minimum commitment of 20 hours per week, with at least one full day (8 hrs) included to ensure a breadth of experiential duties.

To apply for a Farm internship, please email a letter of interest and resume to Don Oberdorfer.


To learn more about Dodge Nature Preschool internships, please email Marty Watson.

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