Seney Natural History Association
Friends of the Refuge
For over 25 years, the Seney Natural History Association has sponsored interns at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Many interns go on to have careers in natural resource related fields.
Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula was established in 1935 by Executive Order for the protection and production of migratory birds and other wildlife. At nearly 96,000 acres, Seney National Wildlife Refuge is the 8th largest National Wildlife Refuge east of the Mississippi River and is diverse in both the number of ecosystem types present and the number of wildlife species using these habitats. Seney National Wildlife Refuge also administers island refuges in Lakes Superior, Michigan, and Huron, as well as the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Management Area in the northern Lower Peninsula.
The Refuge offers numerous recreational opportunities including a seven mile Marshland Wildlife Drive, roads open to biking, a self guided interpretive hiking trail, paddling the Manistique River, bird watching, nature observation, hunting, fishing, photography, hiking and a visitor center.
Seney National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Services Internship Announcement Infographic (black background | white background)
The duties assigned to the successful applicant would be wide-ranging and should prepare the applicant for a future career in visitor services or recreation. Assigned duties may include:
The job announcement will remain open until the positions are filled.
To apply submit:
Send your application package to Sara Giles at Sara_Giles@fws.gov or mail it to the Visitor Services Manager, c/o Seney National Wildlife Refuge, 1674 Refuge Entrance Rd. Seney, MI 49883. If you have questions call (906) 586-9851 ext. 10.
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