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Become an Intern
Learn on the job in one of the most spectacular and wild settings in the lower 48 states. Summer interns help HFF accomplish a large amount of field work in the world-renowned wild trout fisheries of the Henry’s Fork watershed, just minutes away from Yellowstone National Park and a short drive from Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole.
Summer interns work throughout the watershed—including in the legendary fly fishing area of Harriman State Park—on essential research, restoration, and education projects. Interns electrofish and check fish traps to gather fisheries data, survey streams, protect riparian areas by maintaining cattle fences, help with habitat restoration projects, engage in environmental education, and document their experiences through the Intern Blog.
HFF currently hosts interns from the southeastern Idaho area, Virginia’s Washington and Lee University, New York’s Colgate University and St. Lawrence University, and California’s Stanford University. While the number of interns is limited each year, the experience is limitless. Download the 2014 internship announcement.
Announcing the interns for 2013.
The following intern scholarships are available for the upcoming field season.
Follow the interns online as they blog about their experiences.
|2012 Summer Internship Program.pdf||664.39 KB|
|2013 Internship Description.pdf||357.42 KB|
|HFF_2014_Internship Description.pdf||410.4 KB|