John Hardin Student Internship: This is a seasonal, paid, college-level internship that is available through the soil and water conservation district. The internship is usually offered annually during summer months but subject to workload/project needs and funding availability. This can be a work/study co-op position.
Qualifications: applicant must be a student enrolled in a college level program in the natural resources or a science related field of study. Priority for filling the internship will be given first to applicants who are most qualified to perform the duties of the advertised position. However, given equally qualified applicants, priority will be given to students who are residents of Clermont County or attend college in Clermont County. If a position is currently being offered, the announcement will be on our website. Contact the District for further details or questions about this program.
The Internship is offered in memory of former District Board Member John Hardin of Jackson Township. John served on the Clermont Soil & Water Conservation District Board of Supervisor’s for 13 years and his dedication to conservation and stewardship of the land was an inspiration to many landowners throughout the County and region.
The District provides occasional opportunities for high school and college level students to gain valuable career experience through unpaid internships. Interested students can contact the District to explore opportunities of mutual benefit.
Ohio Forestry and Wildlife Conservation Camp Scholarship
The Clermont Soil and Water Conservation District is looking for a good high school student to send to Ohio Forestry and Wildlife Conservation Camp. This week-long camp held at Camp Muskingum in Carroll County, concentrates on forest ecology including; silviculture, tree identification, and forestry products. It is primarily an academic program, but there are excellent facilities for swimming, softball, and other recreational activities. Cabins are available, and all food is provided. Interested students should contact the District office.
Visit the Ohio Forestry Association website for more information on this great opportunity:
Donations and Planned Giving
Don’t have much time to give, but you support the conservation district and its work/mission? If so, you can help. Any donations, large and small alike, are particularly welcome and greatly appreciated. All donations are tax deductible and will be used to support and expand the district’s conservation service and education programs. The District would have interest in donations of real property if such properties have unique conservation or agricultural value. Donations of real property will also be considered if funds from the liquidation of the asset can be used to support the District. If you would like to make a donation of any type, please call our office to explore opportunities. We thank you in advance for considering any donation to the District.