Internships

Current Internship Opportunities

Marketing, Communications & Community Engagement

Interns who work in the Communications department work on a wide variety of projects across a number of departments at the Jane Goodall Institute to help advance and manage the Institute’s messaging and public identity.

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Development and Fundraising

This is a unique opportunity to aid a great cause while gaining experience with nonprofit fundraising, marketing and more. The intern will work with the development team supporting the fundraising efforts for major gifts, foundations, corporate giving, and membership.

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Office of the Founder

The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is seeking a proactive, highly motivated college student or recent graduate who is passionate about the mission of our organization and is interested in interning with the Office of the Founder-Global (OOF-G) department for the fall of 2014.
 
Dr. Jane Goodall travels an average of 300 days per year, spreading her message of hope all over the world. On any given day, she may be speaking about her chimpanzee behavioral research in what is today Tanzania; the threats facing chimpanzees; JGI’s community-centered conservation programs in Africa; and the Institute’s global environmental and humanitarian youth program, Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots.
 
Interested individuals will have a unique opportunity to interact with the world’s foremost authority on wildlife conservation while gaining a bird’s-eye view into the inner workings of the Institute.
 
The OOF-G intern will work with members of the Office of the Founder’s team, as well as other JGI staff, to support their work and projects on a day-to-day basis.
 

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