Interns - Looking for a fun and interesting internship? We have so much to offer! Horticulture, Education, Marketing, Guest Services, Facilities and so much more! Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Karen Hammer at 716.827.1584 ext. 207 or email@example.com
Working under the direct supervision of the Director of Education, the individual will work with the education team and volunteer docents in the development and execution of programs including Hands-On School and Scout Programs, Guided Tours, Wegmans Family Day Programming, Kids Birthday Parties and special events. The position includes, but is not limited to editing and coordinate materials for the monthly Gardens scavenger hunt and the Docent Training program.
Work closely with the Education Team to assist with daily operations. This person must be able to pass a background check. A high level of written & verbal skills are required. The individual is expected to work on select weekdays, Saturdays, and occasional evenings.
Candidates should have strong organizational skills, be a team player, possess attention to detail and be comfortable working with the public in both organized and informal situations. Experience with public speaking and working with children is preferred.
Any interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Karen Hammer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wedding and Special Events Intern
Working under the direct supervision of the Director of Weddings and Special Events, the individual will work with the events staff to assist in weddings and special events held at Botanical Gardens. The position includes, but is not limited to, vendor and sponsor relationships, logistical planning, writing articles, developing social media blasts and other tasks, as assigned. This person must be able to work independently to complete event needs. A high level of written & verbal skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite are required. The individual may be required to work on weekdays, weekends, nights and holidays, as scheduled.
Applicants should possess exceptional customer service and communication skills, be organized, self-reliant, multi-task oriented, and a team player with good attention to detail.
The Botanical Gardens is one of the popular non-traditional venues in the city of Buffalo. We host many events including weddings, cocktail parties, luncheons and more. By interning at the Gardens, you will not only gain experience in the numerous events mentioned but you will learn how to work within the confines of a unique space.
Any interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Karen Hammer at email@example.com. All submissions are due no later than March 21, 2016.
This internship opportunity is available to college students who have demonstrated knowledge and interest in horticulture, including landscape maintenance and design, plant sciences, greenhouse production and floral design. Suggested majors include but are not limited to: ornamental horticulture, environmental studies, entomology and landscape design and construction.
The Horticulture Internship is designed to provide practical experience in horticulture. This internship also includes the opportunity to gain insight into the Botanical Gardens and how it operates.
To apply send a cover letter and resume to BOTH: