Our current internship opportunity is with our partner Hawaii Wildlife Fund (HWF) a nonprofit organization that has conducted conservation programs and projects in Maui and the island of Hawai'i since 1996.

As an intern with HWF, you will be personally mentored by HWF President Hannah Bernard and other members of the HWF Team. You will be submersed in exciting hands on field work through projects that focus on native wildlife research and recovery, marine debris response and education, and habitat restoration.

In addition to our projects' field work, internship responsibilities may include data entry, social networking, developing communication materials, assisting in outreach, and more. A successful candidate will have strong communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Through this internship, individuals interact with experts, are engaged in conservation issues, and experience true island life culture. A minimum of four weeks commitment is required. Students may earn credit for high school, college, or community service

To learn more about internships contact Hawaii Wildlife Fund directly:,