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Haleakalā National Park Now Accepting Applications For Internship Program

November 1, 2020, 9:47 AM HST
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Haleakala Crater, September 2020. NPS Photo by Jin Prugsawan.

Haleakala E Ola Koa Year Long Intern and Hawaii Pacific Parks Associate 2020. NPS Photo by Jin Prugsawan

19th Ammendment Haleakala Intern Jacob Hakim and Park Ranger Jamie Mansfield. NPS Photo by J. Prugsawan.

Haleakalā National Park is accepting internship applications for its yearlong Community Volunteer Ambassador Program. The CVA intern will help to expand the park’s service-learning, community engagement and volunteer programs.

“Haleakalā National Park is looking for an enthusiastic young conservationist who  is committed to strengthening the bonds between the local Maui community and the park,” the park said in a press release announcement.

The paid internship begins Feb. 8, 2021 and will last 50 weeks. The application deadline is Nov. 20, 2020.

In order to be considered, applicants must be between 18 to 30 years old (up to 35 years old if you are a veteran), US citizens or lawful permanent residents, and available to work fulltime (40 hours per week). Daily work shifts may vary by assignment and will include some weekend work. The CVA intern must provide their own transportation.

The CVA intern is eligible to earn an allowance of $440 per week plus an AmeriCorp Award of $6,095. Park housing is available. If the CVA intern does not reside in the local commuting areas and a supplemental $80 per week will be provided to help cover rental expenses if park housing is not provided.


More information about the internship program and application instructions can be found online or you may contact Kawailehua Domingo at [email protected] or call (808) 572-4487. The application deadline is Nov. 20, 2020.

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