Year of the Grouse: Events and Outreach Coordinator

Posted 21-01-2019
Category Local from Home
Interns Needed 0
Anticipated Timeline February 1 - July 31, 2019
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2019 has been identified by cooperating groups across Battle River Region as The Year of the Grouse. The intern will work with the ( 1 ) Grouse Point Person and Team, ( 2 ) the SCiP Research and Reporting intern, and ( 3 ) the Aboriginal Grouse Knowledge intern with a view to informing further the growing interest in the grouse and its ongoing regional survival.  The intern will maintain a digital and hard copy record of regional organization representatives and contact information. The intern will organize a reasonable number of presentations to present relevant grouse information  to stakeholders.

Ideal for someone with course work in:

  • Science
  • Aboriginal Leadership and Management
  • Education
  • Communication Studies
  • Environmental Management
  • Leadership

Some specialized skills required:

  • Will work well with other Grouse project interns, especially information sharing.
  • Attentive to the need for setting up accurate contact information for community groups and contact.
  • Effective communicator, especially in oral presentations.
  • A self-directed individual who is able to identify relevant community groups having interest in understanding the period of the grouse.

What we will accomplish at the end of the Internship:

  • Provide an accurate written and digital report at project period end.
  • Present information in an interesting way; maintain records of what is learned at meeting for transfer to all Grouse Project members.
  • Schedule, host and coordinate Grouse-learning meetings.
  • Determine and deliver a reasonable number of Brouse information presentations to communities (determine with Grouse Point Person)
  • Identify community groups that want information about the Grouse Project.