Apply for the American River Parkway Foundation’s Internship Program!
“Undoubtedly, the skills I have acquired through this internship have empowered me to enhance the strength and impact of my resume. The comprehensive training and hands-on experience in areas such as native and invasive plant identification, invasive plant removal techniques, geo-mapping, trail maintenance, and proficiency in utilizing a variety of manual hand tools have significantly bolstered my professional qualifications. With these newfound skills, I am confident in presenting a stronger and more compelling resume to potential employers.”
-Joe, Spring 2023 Intern
The mission of the American River Parkway Foundation Internship program is to work with ARPF staff lead and inspire the community to conserve and nurture the American River Parkway as a unique, accessible resource for everyone to enjoy. Interns will get hands-on experience in the environmental field and in running a non-profit business.
Previous interns have worked with invasive plant management, wildfire restoration, trail maintenance, GIS mapping, special events and other projects. ARPF internships are unpaid positions that provide high school and college credit.
ARPF requires at least 90 hours of volunteer hours through this internship and can meet school requirements for hours as long as they are prearranged.
How to Apply
Apply for the American River Parkway Foundation Spring Internship between December 15th and January 15th
The ARPF Spring Internship lasts from the end of January to mid-May
Apply for the American River Parkway Foundation Summer Internship between May 1st and May 31st
The ARPF Summer Internship lasts from the beginning of June to mid-August.
Apply for the American River Parkway Foundation Fall Internship between July 15th and August 15th
The ARPF Fall Internship lasts from the end of August to mid-December
(Dates Subject to change)