Jobs and Internships
There are no job openings with Wildlife for All at this time.
Please see below for internship opportunities.
Our internships offer the opportunity to gain important skills in wildlife advocacy work. Specifically you will gain in depth understanding of the system of wildlife management and politics in the U.S. You’ll receive great work experience and possibly academic credit. We require a 3-6 month commitment, working at least 12 hours per week on a flexible schedule. Some internships may require more or less hours, depending on availability.
We are looking for interns who have excellent written and verbal communication skills, relevant coursework and/or experience, good interpersonal skills for public outreach, the ability to work independently, and a strong commitment to Wildlife for All’s mission of systemic change.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
La Mancha Volunteer:
Location: La Mancha Wetlands, Mesilla, NM
Summary: Want to get your hands dirty and plant some trees? Help Wildlife for All restore habitat along the Rio Grande by volunteering at our La Mancha Wetland project! This is a great opportunity to get out and do something tangible to benefit wildlife. We need volunteers to help plant native trees and wetland plants, remove invasive plants, perform trail maintenance, trim trees and cattails, clear pond debris, install bat houses, and install vehicle barriers. La Mancha is a wildlife sanctuary that provides habitats for many native and migratory species; volunteers make this space available for people to view and appreciate the abundant wildlife.
Time Commitment: There are weekly work sessions of a few hours each. Come once or come weekly, it’s up to you.
Storage Cleaning Volunteer:
Location: Las Cruces, NM
Summary: Got a truck and a day or two of free time? Wildlife for All seeks help cleaning out and sorting through several storage units. The contents of these units need to be itemized and then donated, sold, or disposed of.
Time Commitment: 2-14 hours.
Summary: We are looking for volunteers to help with our state and national legislative efforts. The policy/research volunteer will conduct wildlife policy related research, write LTE’s and op-eds for local media, and assist in the preparation of fact sheets, blog posts, and other written products. If you enjoy researching wildlife and related issues, have great written communication skills, and work well independently, this position may be perfect for you!
Time Commitment: 4 hours minimum. 2-4 hours/week preferred for 12 weeks.
If any of these volunteer opportunities sound like a good fit for you, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.