The Mendenhall Glacier, in Juneau Alaska, is one of the state’s top attractions with over 550,000 visitors a year. Black bears and spawning salmon also draw people to our site. The glacier, wildlife and hiking trails make Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center a fine place to both learn and hone interpretation skills. As an intern, you will be integrated into our interpretive program and wear a Forest Service uniform. You will have many opportunities for both formal and informal mentoring as you gain experience in the field. The work week is 5 days, 8 hours per day, and could include evening and weekend work. Conditions often require working outside in wet, cool, rainy weather and long periods of standing each day. Staff spend a portion of everyday outside. You will receive inter

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