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Paid Summer Internships [Highfield Hall]

Posted by Amanda Gustin on February 29, 1972 in internship opportunities |

Summer Internship: Environmental Education
Highfield Hall in Falmouth seeks a summer intern with environmental education expertise to assist the Education Coordinator in developing and teaching nature-based activities for Highfield’s new summer camp program for children ages 5–8. The internship requires a commitment of 20 hours in June for activity planning and six weeks of teaching during camp sessions (Monday through Friday, 8:30am–1:30pm, July 9 through August 16, 2012).

To qualify for this internship candidates must:

*   demonstrate a strong interest in environmental science and education
*   show enthusiasm for teaching young children
*   be comfortable working outdoors in all weather
*   be able to work independently and as part of a team
*   think creatively

A stipend of $1,000 will be offered to the appropriate candidate for a commitment of 140 hours. This is a brand-new program and a great resume-builder for a creative, self-motivated student who is pursuing a degree in environmental science and/or education and wishes to gain hands-on experience in an informal learning setting. Highfield Hall is a vibrant and lively organization; to learn more visit: www.highfieldhall.org <http://www.highfieldhall.org> .

Please send a letter of interest and resume to Caroline Inman, Education Coordinator, via email at cinman@highfieldhall.org and specify “Summer Intern, environmental education” in the subject line.

Summer Internship: Art Education
Highfield Hall in Falmouth seeks a summer intern with art education expertise to assist the Education Coordinator in developing and teaching arts-based activities for Highfield’s new summer camp program for children ages 5–8. The internship requires a commitment of 20 hours in June for activity planning and six weeks of teaching during camp sessions (Monday through Friday, 8:30am–1:30pm, July 9 through August 16, 2012).

To qualify for this internship candidates must:

*   demonstrate a strong interest in the arts and education
*   show enthusiasm for teaching young children
*   be comfortable working outdoors in all weather
*   be able to work independently and as part of a team
*   think creatively

A stipend of $1,000 will be offered to the appropriate candidate for a commitment of 140 hours. This is a brand-new program and a great resume-builder for a creative, self-motivated student who is pursuing a degree in art education and wishes to gain hands-on experience in an informal learning setting. Highfield Hall is a vibrant and lively organization; to learn more visit: www.highfieldhall.org <http://www.highfieldhall.org> .

Please send a letter of interest and resume to Caroline Inman, Education Coordinator, via email at cinman@highfieldhall.org and specify “Summer Intern, art education” in the subject line.

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