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Internships & Job Postings

The CCCD provides annual internship opportunities that give undergraduate and graduate students practical, hands-on experience in conservation, agriculture, local food systems, and more.


Past CCCD internships have focused on:

  • Soil Health

  • Water Quality

  • Wildlife

  • Farm Viability

  • Resource conservation & planning

  • Education 

  • Evaluation & Outreach 

  • Event planning & management 

In addition to posting internships based on the needs of the District from year-to-year, we also welcome new ideas. If you have an internship idea you believe will serve your educational goals and objectives while also supporting the programs and mission of CCCD, we would love to discuss! Contact us!

Spring/ Summer Internship:
No Longer Accepting Applications

Community Engagement and Trail Assessment Intern

Monadnock Outdoors is a regional partnership of community leaders representing municipalities, schools, businesses, nonprofits, coalitions, faith, and civic groups, who have joined together around a common purpose. Our mission and goals are to foster connections to nature and holistic community well-being through education and the promotion of active living by means of physical activity, active transportation, and recreation in the outdoors throughout the Monadnock Region. Monadnock Outdoors is a Workgroup of the Healthy Monadnock Alliance that is dedicated to advancing the active living goals of the Greater Monadnock Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), and it is led by the Cheshire County Conservation District.  

Through the work of the Antioch Spatial Analysis Lab we have created a
Monadnock Region resource map of different outdoor and recreation spaces throughout the region. The goal of the map is to connect community members to the different opportunities our region has to offer. Monadnock Outdoors is seeking assistance in community engagement of the map, as well as assistance in hiking map locations to assess trail conditions. Monadnock Outdoors is also currently in the process of developing a gear library and is looking to identify community needs, interest, and input for that development process through a feasibility study.

The intern will focus on engagement, trail condition assessment, storytelling, and gear library program development.

Click here to read the full internship description and how to apply!

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