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Natural Resource Internships


Posted by Rocky Mountain Youth Corps on 04/10/2024

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Outdoor

Job Categories: Outdoor Education, Trail Management

Company Type: NaturalResources

State: CO

City: Steamboat Springs

Country: United States

Required Experience: 0 - 1 year

Job Type: Seasonal Full Time


Required to Relocate: Yes

Required to Travel: Yes

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within:

Job Description & Requirements

Interns will work alongside the US Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management in various locations across Colorado and southern Wyoming. Our participants will gain experience, make connections, and serve public lands. 

Start dates vary by position but are generally between April and June! Details can be found on our website.

Current USFS positions include: 

  • Recreation interns in Eagle, Rifle, Carbondale, Steamboat Springs, Walden, and Yampa, CO and Douglas, Laramie, and Saratoga, WY
  • Veterans Wildland Fire/Fuels interns in Yampa and Walden, CO
  • Trails and Wilderness interns in Rifle, Aspen, Carbondale, Silverthorne, Yampa, and Steamboat Springs, CO and Laramie, WY
  • Wildland Fire interns in Yampa, Steamboat Springs, and Walden, CO
  • OHV interns in Meeker, CO
  • Timber and Silviculture interns in Steamboat Springs and Walden, CO and Laramie and Saratoga, WY
  • Range interns in Walden and Steamboat Springs, CO

Current BLM positions include: 

  • Archaeology intern in Craig, CO
  • Recreation intern in Silt, and Meeker CO
  • OHV interns in Kremmling, CO
  • Wildlife and Range interns in Meeker, CO
  • Wildland Fire and Fuels interns in Craig, CO
  • Realty interns in Meeker, CO
  • Fire Dispatch interns in Craig, CO


Internships are designed to engage youth and young adults in valuable work experiences within natural resources management agencies and non-profits. Internships allow participants to consider or advance careers and education in natural resources. RMYC provides support to all internships while the intern works under the daily supervision of the hosting public lands management agency, or non-profit.

Detailed descriptions can be found here!

About Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

RMYC engages the strength and potential of youth and young adults to make a difference in themselves and their community through meaningful service opportunities, educational experiences, and employment. RMYC strives to meet the needs of the communities and public lands of northwest Colorado by offering a variety of programs and services for youth ages 11-30 years.