Project Description: Interns head into the field to explore the Juan Bautista de Anza Trail National Historic Trail between Nogales, AZ and Tucson! The internship team will identify interesting historical, cultural, and ecological locations, and then develop educational presentation for each location that reinforces and promote connections of the Tucson portion of the Anza Trail to the Mexican border. Internship includes an overnight camping trip, training in project management, interpretation presentations, history and culture, and ecological principles.
Internship Dates: February-April 2018 ( 3-months + spring break March 18-March 23)
Application Due Date: Friday, January 19, 2018
Qualifications: Applicants must be a HS student and include 1 teacher reference ● availability 1-2 days after school each week (dates and time TBD) and a free spring break excursion (March 18-23) ● have an adventurous spirit and be excited to learn, conduct research, and collaborate with other teens and adults.
Intern Benefits: ● ITE Youth Action Corps membership ● Class credit available (with teacher approval) ● $100 stipend with full participation and attendance ● build a resume and portfolio of skills useful for future jobs and scholarship opportunities.