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United States Forest Service- Enterprise Program
602 South Tippecanoe Ave
San Bernardino, CA
DescriptionThe Forest Service Enterprise Program is a unique and dynamic program that utilizes fourteen skilled Enterprise Units to assist its consumers with a broad range of services across the US. We are looking for an energetic, responsible, and motivated intern that can assist with the guidance, creation, and revision of original content for our website and other projects. In this advanced trainee position, the selected applicant will receive custom training, exposure, and experience that will help them gain industry knowledge and prepare for higher-level duties in the field of communications/informational arts.
ResponsibilitiesYou will have various duties that will be developmental in nature with regards to aspects of writing and/or editing activities. They include: receiving formal, on-the-job instruction and training designed to familiarize you with the various elements of the organization, creating/proofing/editing high quality content that is both understandable to our key customers and supportive of our program’s vision, and working with internal and external sources to coordinate production of the material.
Stylized to expose and provide experience in a career-oriented environment, the position will essentially require combining productive work with creativity and a shared passion to promote our mission: caring for the land and serving people.
Requirements• Current Student or Recent Graduate with a Major in Communications.
• Knowledge, training and/or experience in one or more of the following areas: journalism, creative writing, public relations, and/or creating/editing videos documentaries.
If you are interested in the Information Arts (Communications Majors) position, please contact email@example.com with your resume attached, so that you can receive a reminder when the position opens for formal applications on USAJOBS. We also recommend that you prepare your application materials in advance of the job opening on the USAJOBS website