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Baker Resources Coalition

Now hiring for summer 2024!

Do you like working outdoors? Do you enjoy helping your community? Are you passionate about nature?

If you answered "yes!" to any of these questions, then join us! The Baker Resources Coalition is currently hiring 4 high school interns and one adult crew chief for our 2023 summer program. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with land managers on real-life projects where you will learn the importance of managing natural resources to serve community needs. You will also have the opportunity to begin developing specialized skills in forest, watershed, and wildlife management. 

For application information and additional position details, please click the appropriate link below!

Still have questions? Please fill out our contact form at the bottom of the page and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

2024 Internship Position

The Baker Resources Coalition (BRC) Summer Internship Program provides local high school students (16+) the opportunity to learn skills in forest, watershed, and wildlife management!

It’s more than a summer job!

The BRC high school internship program provides local youth the opportunity to explore different facets of natural resource management. Student interns work on projects assisting land managers, gain insights into roles natural resources serve in meeting community needs, and learn practical skills in forest, watershed, and wildlife management. For each project interns work under the direction of a landowner, manager, or specialist who share their knowledge, skills, and most importantly, their love for the outdoors. 

Crew Chief

Our Crew Chief position provides an exciting opportunity for young adults to gain leadership experience early on in their careers. The BRC Crew Chief leads and mentors a team of high school interns who conduct wildfire mitigation, monitoring, and aquatic restoration work throughout Baker County, Oregon.

It’s more than a summer job!

The 2024 Baker Resources Coalition (BRC) Crew Chief will lead a team of five high school interns working in Baker County. The Crew Chief will work with and mentor interns performing wildfire mitigation, beaver habitat restoration, and conducting data collection for forest monitoring plots with the United States Forest Service. The Crew Chief will work with BRC leadership to recruit and select high school interns and will also confirm the scope of work and project schedule with landowners/managers. This position provides young adults an opportunity to explore different facets of natural resource management while gaining valuable leadership experience. The Crew Chief will work on projects assisting land managers, gain insights into the roles natural resources serve in meeting community needs, and learn practical skills in forest, watershed, and wildlife management.

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