Horticulture and Education Internships
Location: Pine Mountain, GA
Deadline: February 10, 2017
Students interested in careers in Environmental Education or Public Horticulture greatly benefit from an internship in our Education Department. They assist and conduct educational programs in home horticulture and natural history for adults and families throughout Callaway Gardens. Topics may include insects, snakes and birds, as well as herb gardening, garden design, butterfly gardening, and topiary. Interns also conduct children’s programs dealing with natural history and gardening, including art projects. Interns answer gardening and natural history questions in person, over the telephone and through written correspondence. Interns also assist in leading hikes in The Preserve at Callaway Gardens. All internships are late-May through August.
All materials must be submitted by February 10, 2017. Successful applicants will be notified by mid-April.