NALMS JEDI Internship

  • Internship
  • Remote/Virtual
  • This position has been filled

North American Lake Management Society

Internship Title: NALMS JEDI Internship

Internship Site: Remote/Virtual

Description: The intern will work with the NALMS Justice Equity Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Committee to support the process of completing a 5-year plan for NALMS to use in incorporating JEDI into all facets of the organization. To achieve this goal the intern will focus their efforts in these areas:

  • Internal Assessment
  • Outreach
  • Internal Planning and Strategy
  • Symposium Planning

The intern will take the lead on assessing previously collected information, and possible collection of further data, to help define this plan. The intern will have an integral role in writing the plan for NALMS JEDI incorporating the topics above, and will help present the plan to the NALMS Board for approval. The plan will be invaluable to NALMS as a guide for the JEDI Program, with a clear list of tasks to be prioritized by future JEDI interns, and a step towards making NALMS a welcoming organization for all.  To review steps NALMS is taking to further our JEDI goals please visit the website below:

https://www.nalms.org/jedi/

Desired qualifications/skills/coursework: Required qualifications include good oral and written communication skills, a commitment to promoting equity in the sciences and in the workplace, and a demonstrated ability to work well as a team member. Desired qualifications include:

  • Experience in community organizing, social justice advocacy, and community education
  • Familiarity with justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion principles and strategies
  • Strong communication skills and familiarity with social media platforms
  • Some background in survey writing and analysis
  • Grace and patience as a large community of well-intentioned individuals grows to become more just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive

Supervision: Mark Rosenkranz, chair of the NALMS JEDI Program will be the primary supervisor. The intern will collaborate with other members of the North American Lake Management Society, including NALMS JEDI Program co-chairs Keiko Wilkins, Camille Mosley, and Vinicius Taguchi.

Start and End Dates: July through November, schedule is flexible

Estimated hours per week: 375 hrs (estimated 37.5 hours/week for 10 weeks; flexible weekly hours with option to work half-time for a longer period)

Compensation: $15/hour
Note: Support may be available for participation in the 2022 NALMS Symposium.

How to apply: Send cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three references as one pdf with your last name in the filename to secretary@nalms.org

Deadline: March 15, 2022 Open until position filled