"Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction." - E.O. Wilson
Learn on the job in one of the most spectacular and wild settings in the lower 48 states. HFF’s top-notch internship program continues after three decades with individual projects and professional supervision for each intern joining the HFF team. Interns not only contribute to ongoing research and projects but make crucial work possible in fisheries, hydrology, social science, statistics, computer science, communications, education and outreach.
Interns work throughout the Henry’s Fork and South Fork watersheds and document their experiences through the HFF Blog. Learn more about the intern experience by reading the Blog and check below for HFF’s available internship opportunities. Note that all of HFF’s internships are funded through generous contributions from individual donors and all but one (Agriculture and Irrigation) are tied to specific universities or intern residencies.
Summer Seminar Series
In 2018, the Henry’s Fork Foundation began a Summer Seminar Series where weekly presentations showcase the latest scientific, technological, and socioeconomic work being done by guest speakers from across the country, as well as HFF interns and collaborators. Click here to learn about this year's seminar series.
Below is a list of available internships. Click on the internship you are interested in for more information.
Meet Our 2023 Interns
HFF has had seven interns join the team for the summer to assist with everything from fisheries to the Farms and Fish program. Click here to meet our 2023 interns.
Interested in volunteering? Click here to submit your information.