What would it be like to take a tractor-trailer around the state sharing lessons about the environment with schools, special events and festivals?
WaterVentures Florida’s Learning Lab, based at Crystal Springs Preserve just outside of Zephyrhills, is looking for interns who want to “share the wonders” of the state’s water through guided labs and interactive exhibits.
The outreach program was developed in partnership with the Crystal Springs Foundation, a non-profit that turned the former Crystal Springs recreation area into an educational center that attracts some 50,000 students each year.
Interns selected to participate will teach hands-on, directed learning, environmental science activities, represent the organization at community and professional events, and analyze informal education data. It takes place during the spring semester, which runs from January to June next year.
Housing will be provided throughout the internship, as well as both a food and daily allowance stipend.
Crystal Springs Preserve was founded by Nestle Waters North America, which owns the Zephyrhills bottled water company.
To learn more about the position, or to apply, click here.