The intern will gain hands on experience in research and science outreach. The intern will produce educational materials, interpretive programs, and social media content on native pollinators. Park staff and citizen scientists will receive training in the “Streamlined Bee Monitoring Protocol for Assessing Pollinator Habitat”. Educators will learn about native pollinators and be provided with educational materials that can be used in the classroom. The intern will collect and process survey data as part of a native bee monitoring project. Applicants should have an interest in environmental education and be working towards or have completed a degree in biology, environmental science or another related field.