Environmental Programs Intern- Summer 2017

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Keep Prince William Beautiful is a non-profit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and Keep Prince William Beautiful.

Share your passion about taking care of our environment. Learn how county vs. state boundaries can affect environmental stewardship and the presence of a "responsible party" can impact environmental decisions. Discover how litter can affect a community both in safety and perceived value. Opportunity includes responsibilities within KPWB’s Adopt-a-Spot, Storm Drain Labeling, and Educational Outreach Programs. This is a great opportunity for someone that enjoys a variety of experiences in their work experience.

Internships are a minimum of 3 months. School credit is available. Individuals that do not need credit but are interested in the experience are also welcome to apply. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by start of internship and have reliable transportation to and from work. Applicant must be able to work weekends for events, projects, or programs. Feel free to contact us with questions and to find out more about these great opportunities!


• Conduct presentations to community groups, businesses and youth groups/schools.
• Prepare appropriate presentations and lessons as needed.
• Keep information current on social media and other internet sites.
• Train and coordinate volunteers that survey for litter.
• Update and maintain maps and information databases.
• Organize volunteer assignments.
• Create printable and electronic materials for program promotion and community education.
• Coordinate and present at booth events and expos.
• Promote citizen involvement through KPWB’s media outlets.
• Complete post event reports.

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