Tyler Arboretum provides internships to qualified applicants wishing to learn about horticulture, youth education and communications. Each year, we welcome interns from various disciplines to gain practical training in a thriving non-profit work environment. If you are ready for a fun educational atmosphere with hands-on experience, consider an internship with Tyler Arboretum!

Development Internship

Want to gain working knowledge of the operations of a nonprofit Development office, including activities related to database management, membership, annual fund, and special events? This is your chance to work with professionals in the field and learn from real experiences. This volunteer internship commences mid to late May (negotiable). We are looking for an individual who can commit to 7.5 hours per week. End date is also negotiable. For more information, click here for job description. Applications are due May 1, 2017 to

Youth Education Internship

Gain hands on experience in the professional world of youth development and non-traditional education. Youth Education interns work directly with the Youth Programs Manager/Summer Camp Director to enhance, plan and implement field trips, scout groups, birthdays and public programs. Interns will have hands on opportunities work with youth, other staff and to participate in the behind-the scenes pieces of program development and management. Applicants should have strong attention to detail, excellent written and oral communication skills and a positive personality. This volunteer internship commences in September (negotiable). We are looking for an individual who can commit to at least 8 hours per week (more hours available, if interested). End date is on or around December 1st For more information, click here for job description. For more information, please contact Liz Hornbach at or 610-566-9134 x302. Internship is unpaid.

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