WLBC Internships
Interns are always welcome at the William L. Brown Center

Our team of ethnobotanists study the various relationships between people and plants all over the globe. Because our research is interdisciplinary, biological, and multicultural, we utilize many dynamic skills in each project.  We welcome interns who are motivated to share their skills with us to benefit conservation, communities, and our understanding of the world of people and plants.  Whether your skills are language fluency, tech-literacy, and field botany experience or simply self-motivation and a willingness to dig into research, we will gladly welcome you into our team.  

There are several different programs that can use your help during the course of the year.  Our intern positions are generally unpaid but we will work with your university to arrange class credit whenever possible. For information on how to join, please contact Jessie Griffard at jessica.griffard@mobot.org

We look forward to working with you!