The Koniag Brown Bear Center and KEF have teamed up and are now accepting applications for the KBBC Workforce Development Internship and Scholarship! This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live and work at Camp Island on the shores of majestic Karluk Lake, Kodiak Island.
The Workforce Development Intern will receive a $3,500 scholarship as well as a weekly stipend while serving as the Assistant Guide for bear viewing operations for a six-week period this summer. Training is available!
Don’t miss out. Start your application today! Applications are due March 31st, 2019.
See the job brochure: KBBC V2
Review the job description: 2019 KBBC Workforce Dev Intern Job Description V2