Do you have 8 - 12 hours a week to spend in Pittsburgh's amazing parks? Be a part of a positive, highly motivated team as an intern! We're looking for adaptable, flexible students who are interested in the outdoors, have strong communication skills, and can work collaboratively. Please note that all Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy internships are unpaid.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATOR INTERN
Now accepting applications for Spring 2020! Environmental Education Interns work with our education team to develop teaching skills connecting K-12 students to nature in Pittsburgh's largest classrooms. To apply, please send cover letters and resumes to Patty Himes at email@example.com.
public programs INTERN
Public Program Interns work with our public programming team to help develop, promote, and deliver our public and volunteer programs at the Frick Environmental Center. To apply, please send cover letters and resumes to Mike Cornell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PITTSBURGH PARKS PRESCRIPTION INTERN
Parks Prescription Interns work with our Senior Manager of Special Initiatives to promote the health benefits of parks through school, community, and health care partners and conduct outreach activities aimed at inspiring children and families to spend time outdoors regularly. To apply, please send cover letters and resumes to Kathryn Hunninen at email@example.com.
Community outreach INTERN
Community Outreach Interns work with our Community Outreach department to move forward on a variety of priority projects as well as help with general administrative tasks around the office. To apply, please send cover letters and resumes to Erin Tobin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*While these internships are unpaid, the intern will gain valuable on the job training.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy seeks candidates for its Board of Directors from all communities throughout the City of Pittsburgh. We are interested in finding candidates who are excited about our mission to restore and improve the public parks in the City of Pittsburgh, including our successful initiative to increase public funding for parks through a referendum that was approved by a majority of voters at the November 5, 2019 general election.
The Conservancy’s Board of Directors includes four City representatives and many more community and business leaders. Directors serve on one or more Board Committees, which include Audit, Finance, Planning, Community Engagement, Development, Education, Nominating & Governance, and Human Resources. Directors are expected to make a personal gift to the Conservancy’s annual fund commensurate with their financial ability, and 100% board giving is expected. There are four Board meetings per year, and each of the Committees meets 4+ times per year, usually in advance of the Board meetings.
Interested persons are encouraged to send an email and bio/resume to Pam Rollings at email@example.com.
Please see our volunteer page for upcoming events and ways to get involved.
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.