The donor-funded program provides our interns the opportunity to develop a connection to the work of the GLLT in land preservation, land stewardship and management, recreational management and environmental education. They spend their days working in the outdoors caring for recreational and forestlands, and helping to present our popular Environmental Education program.
A preference is given to students who have ties to the Towns of Lovell, Stoneham, Stow, or Sweden, Maine and surrounding areas.
In 2018 we are pleased to have an exceptional student joining our team who will be working with our staff and volunteers for eight weeks helping to deliver our educational program to area youth and working with our Properties Commission and other volunteer teams.
Watch this site for 2019 application deadline information.
Ideal candidates should possess the following qualities:
- a strong interest in the environment, natural resources, outdoor recreation, and environmental education
- a commitment to providing leadership to community organizations and programs
- good communication skills and professionalism
- the ability to perform physically demanding work in remote areas
- the ability to work in a team environment
- the ability to work without direct supervision
- a clean driving license