Check out available jobs & volunteer programs at LBIF:
Learn more about the ways in which you can volunteer with LBIF by visiting the Become a Volunteer section!
Summer Camp Counselor in Training Program – The LBIF relies greatly on the support of volunteer efforts year round, but especially in the summer. Our Counselor in Training program (CIT) is great for teens and young adults to get exposure to responsibility and team building by working closely with our assistants and instructors at our Children’s Summer Camp. As a CIT, you will get the chance to work with one of our camps: Tiny Tykes, Early Birds, Creative Arts and Crafts, Marine Biology and Nature Studies. All of the camps have different age ranges and fun and interesting projects that they work on each week that the CIT’s would get to be a part of. This is especially great for those who may be interested in working at camp one day, but are not yet old enough. The CIT’s can volunteer on a daily or weekly basis, either for the whole summer or for certain dates of their interest. As a CIT, you get a schedule of what exactly you will be doing at camp and what your role will be during the time you are volunteering. Your hours are tracked and approved by our Camp Coordinator, so that you can use them towards community service or volunteer credits in the future. You also get an LBIF T-Shirt and you get to experience what it is like to be a part of the LBIF family. What could be better! Sign up to be a CIT today! Email Alison Bozoski firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
DEADLINE: May 1, 2018 for summer session
Interning with the LBIF is a rewarding experience designed to give real-world understanding of working in a non-profit cultural organization. The LBIF has several internship programs available in areas ranging widely within the organization. If you are a Senior in High School or an undergraduate in college, please consider joining our team as a committed intern, ready to help promote and serve LBIF’s mission. Our summer season is a busy one and we can offer valuable experience to help prepare you for college or gain additional experience while you are in college. Take a moment and read through our internship opportunities, qualifications, and requirements to see if interning at the LBIF is right for you.
INTERN QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
- Fully reliable with accessible transportation mandatory
- Must possess the ability to work independently and within a team environment
- Resourceful, creative, and a self-starter
- Excellent organizational skills
- Adept at multi-tasking
- Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
- Proficient with PC-based programs (MS Word, Excel, etc.). Some positions may require additional program knowledge requirements.
- Our summer intern positions are unpaid
- All interns must be able to commit to a weekly schedule with a minimum of 10hrs/week
- Interns may be asked to bring their own laptops
View all 2018 Summer Internships below:
Teaching at the LBIF is a rewarding experience. If you are interested in teaching at the LBIF, please contact us. We are always looking to expand our offerings with exciting new teachers and classes!
Occasionally, support staff and administrative positions become available at the LBIF. If you are interested, please submit your resume and we will keep it on file for when we have an opening.