The Land Conservancy of New Jersey has a paid internship available in our Land Use Planning Department. The intern would be based at our Montville office for the day-to-day work. This can be either a part-time or full-time opportunity. The successful candidate will be expected to have a car in order to get to our office.
Position Description:
The Planning Internship involves writing, technical research, data analysis, and mapping; assisting with the completion of Environmental Resource Inventories, Open Space and Recreation Plans, Farm Plans and grant applications. Applicants should have expertise in Microsoft Excel and Word, and primary data research. Independent workers with organized and clear writing skills will excel in this position.

How to Apply:
This position is available immediately, and can extend through the 2018-1019 school year. This is a paid internship and The Land Conservancy of New Jersey can work with the intern’s educational institution to provide documentation of internship status for academic credit.

Please email your resume and a writing sample to: hr@tlc-nj.org and put Planning Internship in the subject line of your email. No phone calls please.

HR Department
The Land Conservancy of New Jersey
19 Boonton Avenue • Boonton, NJ 07005

 

The Land Conservancy of New Jersey: Internship Program
The Land Conservancy prides itself on the high quality, high caliber student that works with our staff on planning, acquisition and stewardship projects. For over 15 years we have worked with students with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Our interns are bright, passionate, engaging individuals focused on the environment and making our landscape sustainable and protected for future generations. Interns who have worked with our staff have gone on to leadership roles across the country working with state land preservation agencies, county planning departments, and private consulting firms designing greenways, neighborhood improvement projects, and master plans.
Since 2000 we have hired over 85 interns, from institutions throughout the country and from a diversity of majors; all with an enthusiasm for the outdoors and land conservation.