Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Interns, volunteers sought for summer at federal wildlife sites
- Migratory bird monitors at Faulkner Island in Guilford. Housing in Westbrook may be available.
- Interns to work Stratford to Westbrook; up to $220 per week may be available, May-August.
- Two volunteers needed for general maintenance and office/visitor service at the Salt Meadow in Westbrook, May-September.
Applicants must be physically fit and have a valid driver’s license. Send a cover letter, a resume and three references to the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge, 733 Old Clinton Road, Westbrook 06498 or e-mail Shaun_Roche@fws.gov.
Applications are reviewed as they are received. Applications are due April 1, but some hiring will be done before then.
For information, call 860-399-2513.
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