Join the CWA team. We offer employment, internships, fellowships, scholarships, and volunteer positions. There is no better way to help California's waterfowl, wetlands, and outdoor heritage!
If you see a posting of interest, please contact us. CWA is an equal opportunity employer.
We are seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented candidate with excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills to produce our bi-monthly member magazine, which includes a mix of conservation and recreation articles. The Communications Associate will serve as liaison to writers, photographers, a volunteer editorial committee, graphic designer, and partnering organizations.
Heritage Programs Assistant
Assist with coordination of CWA's Hunting Heritage program events including hunter camps, clinics, shoots and partner events. Teach hunter education, shooting and hunting skills by coordinating events for all ages and ability levels with the goal of recruiting and retaining hunters in California. Full-time, May 2013 to October 2013. To learn more, click here.
Environmental Education Assistant
Teach children and young adults about waterfowl, wetlands, and conservation. Help students in kindergarten through twelfth grade engage in hands-on, ecological and environmental activities with the goal of creating future stewards of our natural world. Part-time, November 2013 to May 2014. To learn more, click here.
Junior Duck Stamp Intern
As part of its Education Program, California Waterfowl partners with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to implement the Junior Duck Stamp Program in California. The objective of the intership is to schedule and present lessons to elementary students using the Junior Duck Stamp Program to teach wetlands, wildlife and conservation. The intern will interact with teachers, students and volunteers in a positive, motivating manner as a representative of California Waterfowl. This is a part-time postion from October 2013 to April 2014. To learn more, click here.
Summer Sprig Internship
As part of its education and organization membership goals, California Waterfowl produces the Sprig Tales newsletter complete with activity pages, crafts, and wonderful waterfowl knowledge for our junior members, ages 12 and under. The main objective of this internship is to develop and create four of the Sprig Tales newsletters, which are four pages long. The intern may also assist with some education programming. The intern will be mainly working independently under the supervision of Sabreena Britt, Education Coordinator. Click here to learn more.
CWA is the administrator of the Dennis G. Raveling Scholarship Fund, which awards two scholarships annually to students pursuing advanced university degrees. To learn more, click here>>