National Garden Internship
The National Garden Internship was established to help bring the National Garden to life for visitors while cultivating new talent in the field of public horticulture. The 10 week summer position focuses on educational outreach through planning, implementing and managing interpretive materials and programs for the public.
Past interns have had the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects from creating brochures on gardening with native plants to developing a cell phone tour of the National Garden and giving public lectures. Interns also help to train volunteers on interpretive materials and assist with the Hands On Plants Science program.
Meet the National Fund’s 2012 intern, Kelly Whitson.
Click here to learn how to apply for the 2013 National Garden Internship.