ANS’ Conservation Program seeks an intern to help with conducting research, analysis, and outreach for our water quality monitoring program. This position is particularly well suited for a graduate student in environmental science, biology, or a related field. Hours per week: Part-time, average 20-25 hrs/week, self-scheduled except as noted. Includes occasional weekend or evening outreach events; MUST be available on Wednesday mornings May-Sep., approximately 8:30 am – 1 pm. Duration of internship: April/May 2021 – Fall/Winter 2021 (24-28 weeks), plus attending one virtual and one in-person training in April (paid). End date is flexible and may align with the end of a fall semester, although hours will likely be reduced after September. Salary and Benefits: This internship is paid at $15-16.50/hr, depending on qualifications & experience. Responsibilities: The Water Quality Research & Outreach Intern will work with the Conservation Director, Conservation Outreach Manager, and DC Conservation Advocate on two specific projects: (1) To help facilitate a volunteer water monitoring program for bacteria testing in Washington, DC waterways, May – September. (2) To assist in the technical development of a new report on the state of the Washington, DC region’s streams and watersheds.