QDMA Seeking Winter Interns in Conservation and Communications

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is offering two six-month internships, one in QDMA’s Conservation Department and one in Communications, that will run from January 1 to June 30, 2018.

now_hiringConservation Internship
The Conservation Intern will work with the Conservation Department on research, education, advocacy, grant writing and certification program issues. The selected candidate will assist identifying research funding opportunities, developing educational materials, engaging in legislative efforts, and helping with QDMA’s certification programs.

To apply for the Conservation Internship, please send a cover letter and one-page resume to Kip Adams, Director of Conservation, by December 11, 2017.

Communications Internship
The Communications Intern will assist the QDMA Communications Department by researching and writing news releases, promoting and circulating news items, and expanding QDMA’s media contact database. The internship will provide experience in news release writing, social media, e-mail marketing, and non-profit communications.

Preferred candidates are working toward a degree in journalism, public relations, marketing or a related field and have some writing, editing and research skills/experience. To apply for the Communications Internship, send a cover letter, resume and a writing sample (link or attached document) to Lindsay Thomas Jr., Director of Communications, by December 21, 2017.

About These Internships
These are unpaid internships, but QDMA will cooperate with universities/colleges that offer credit for intern programs. Interns will work from home and provide 5-10 hours of work per week during the internship period. QDMA will provide interns with experience in the related field, a QDMA e-mail account, and educational opportunities.