The NRWA is seeking interns, and its classroom partner needs paddlers
The Nashua River Watershed Association is an independent 501( c )(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the natural resources within the watershed of the Nashua River. The NRWA works closely with federal, state and local government officials and agencies to forward its mission. It is seeking interns and classroom guides.
The NRWA offers paid and unpaid internships to individuals interested in learning more about the fields of natural resource protection, environmental education, and non-profit communications and development. Interns have an opportunity to work closely with NRWA’s professional staff on a specialized project or with a broader exposure to the range of work conducted by the Association. NRWA currently has the following Internship opportunities. We encourage individuals from BIPOC communities to apply.
Communications and Development Intern
Water Chestnut Removal Interns
River Classroom Guides Employment with Nashoba Paddler
Do you enjoy paddling our rivers? Do you enjoy working with youth in outdoor settings? NRWA’s River Classroom partner, Nashoba Paddler, is hiring River Classroom Guides for this spring and fall season. View full job description. Note: This position is for employment with Nashoba Paddler not with the Nashua River Watershed Association. Learn more about Nashoba Paddler.
Learn more: We are pleased to share the NRWA’s 2022 Annual Report with you. View 2022 Annual Report (PDF). The Report is a summary of what we accomplished together in the past year. Hundreds of water quality tests were processed, eight riverside greenway sites in six communities were restored by invasive removal and planting of native species, and several thousand school children experienced River Classroom and Scientist-in-Residence programs.
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