Environmental Education Internship
Title: Mt. Baker Snow School Education Internship
Supervised by: School Day Programs Coordinator
Term: Winter Quarter: January—Mid-March 2019
North Cascades Institute, in collaboration with the Mt. Baker Ski Area, is seeking interns with the Mt. Baker Snow School program. Mt. Baker Snow School combines hands-on science education with snowshoe-powered outdoor exploration for middle school students at the Mt. Baker Ski Area. During a one-day field trip, students investigate and learn about winter ecology, snow science, watersheds, mountain safety and public lands.
Snow School interns will work under close supervision by the School Day Programs Coordinator. Primary duties will include facilitating a positive outdoor experience for small groups of youth and teaching applied science in the winter mountain environment. Interns will receive training in program curriculum and logistics
and will have continuous support from the supervisor who will observe, advise and assist as needed.
This is an unpaid internship and is a part-time position. Interns should expect to teach 2 field days per week
(Wednesdays and Fridays) for the entire Snow School season. Interns are required to attend Snow School training January 12 -13. Interns are responsible for providing their own food, housing, health insurance and transportation (carpooling may be available). It is the responsibility of the intern to complete paperwork with
his or her university necessary to receive credit for the experience.
● Enthusiasm for engaging youth in environmental education in an outdoor winter setting
● Attend Snow School training Saturday, January 12 at Mt. Baker Ski Area office and Sunday, January 13
at Mt. Baker Ski Area
● Ability to teach all sessions during the Snow School season
● Familiarity with the winter alpine environment and physically able to work in all weather conditions
● Ability to hike and snowshoe for 2 miles in uneven, snowy terrain while carrying a 10 lb pack
● Excellent organization and communication skills
● Ability to use independent judgment to ensure safety of program participants
● Ability to practice and enforce policy and safety practices as trained
● Reliable, independent worker and team player
● Reliable transportation to and from the carpooling site
● Must be 18 years of age or older at the start of the internship
● Acceptable background screening and criminal history check
● Some coursework in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Education, Biology or related field
● CPR/First Aid Certification or advanced certification (Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder)
● Experience working with youth
Teaching (80%): Instruct and guide groups of students at Mt. Baker Snow School. Ensure safety and well-being of program participants. All teaching will be under the close supervision of Institute staff. Administration and operations (10%): Attend weekly Snow School meetings; set-up and take-down for the
Snow School program; assist with the maintenance of program supplies, equipment and facilities. Assist with other duties as required.
Training and Evaluation (10%): Attend Snow School training, end-of-season debriefs and exit interview; participate in instructor observations and feedback. Training will include group facilitation techniques, risk management, mountain safety, natural/cultural history lessons and program logistics. If gaining academic
credit, complete a written, in-depth reflection and personal evaluation paper at end of internship.
Professional Development Opportunity:
● Receive professional development through mentorship of professional teaching staff
● Gain teaching experience working directly with middle school students
● Promote a healthy, active lifestyle through winter recreation by teaching students outdoors at the Mt. Baker Ski Area
● Receive approximately 200 hours towards academic credit
Application Deadline
November 21, 2018. Additional applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
To Apply
Please send a letter of interest, resume and the names of three references with current contact information to
Recruiting and retaining diverse staf ing is a high priority at North Cascades Institute. The Institute does not
discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and
expression, military or marital status, age, sensory, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any
other basis prohibited by law in any of its policies or programs


Marketing Coordinator Internship (Unpaid)

Marketing Coordinator Internship (Unpaid)

Do you enjoy making a positive first impression with customers? Do you have a marketing background or a desire to learn marketing? Do you love pets? If so, then we have a unique opportunity for you as our Marketing Coordinator Internship.

In this role you will be responsible for our marketing administrative duties and all our local and national trade show events while also performing marketing tasks and supporting our pet treat division. This is an unpaid internship but we will pay 100% of your travel expenses (air, hotel, other ground transportation and meals).

A trade show convention coordinator is responsible for ensuring all aspects of a conference and trade show event are well-planned and run smoothly. To perform effectively, extraordinary organizational, communication, and diplomacy skills are a necessity.

In this hybrid role, you will be responsible for:

Marketing Coordinator Internship + Trade Show Coordinator Duties:

* Assisting in execution of social media strategies

* Manage trade show packing and shipping

* Create and tabulate marketing surveys (survey monkey)

* Organize, maintain, and inventory marketing supplies

* Support marketing projects as needed

Office Duties:

* Data entry and inventory management

* Pack and ship supplies, samples and customer orders

* Make travel arrangements

Qualifications and Skills

* High School diploma or equivalent required

* Familiarity with Social Media, survey monkey, and marketing background a plus

* A very positive attitude and ability to work with all levels within the company structure

* Excellent organizational skills and ability to perform routine duties as requested

* Strong time management skills with the ability to follow up on projects and meet project deadlines

* Above average computer skills in programs such as MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint

* Outstanding attention to detail

* Strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential

* Previous retail and customer service experience are helpful


PHONE: 360-966-5859/FAX 360-966-0921
Organization Mission and Vision:
Cloud Mountain Farm Center’s (CMFC) mission is to build experience, knowledge, and community to expand dynamic local food systems. CMFC envisions a thriving, collaborative community in which regional agricultural businesses are prosperous and contribute to a healthy environment and the well being of all citizens. CMFC aspires to be a trusted, proactive, and adaptable leader that works with partner educational and trade organizations within the regional food system to further our mission through a number of programs.
Internship Description:
The Cloud Mountain Farm Center Internship is a vocational learning program for those interested in starting their own farm business and/or being a key employee on a farm. This program includes a hands-on, farm-based, full-immersion experience in agricultural production and management as well as a solid understanding of the big picture challenges that affect NW agriculture and the communities it serves.
Interns learn first-hand what it takes to keep farmlands healthy and agricultural businesses thriving. Cloud Mountain Farm Center operates both annual and perennial cropping systems as well as a retail nursery. Our annual organic vegetable production is on 5 acres of tractor cultivated scale and includes row crops, high tunnels, and leafy greens production. Our perennials include 5 acres of conventional and organic fruit trees and vineyards that include pome/stone fruit and table/wine grapes. Our retail nursery offers both fruit and ornamental plants. Interns will engage with all areas of production on the farm.
Work and Education Structure
 Lectures, Workshops, and Field Trips (approx. 8 hours/week)
o Through instruction and exposure via lectures, workshops, and farm tours, interns
complete a comprehensive curriculum that focuses on the following concepts:
 Business and Marketing: business planning, enterprise accounting, value-added
production, farm finances, grants and loans.
 Soils and Fertility: soil science, tillage, cultivation, compost, and cover crops
 Crop Production: irrigation, crop culture, tractors and implements, weed
management, crop planning, botany, integrated pest and disease management,
and orchard and vineyard management
 Propagation and Nursery: vegetative propagation, seed biology, and greenhouse
 Environmental and Social Systems: land conservation, water access and rights,
food access and food justice
o Tuition for the 2019 season is $5,000 with a $500 rebate upon completion of the
program. Tuition is due at the beginning of the program and covers all guest speakers,
workshops, field trips, and educational materials over the course of the program.
 Vocational (approx. 30-32 hours/week)
o Interns will work as paid employees for approximately 4 days of the week or 30-32
hours per week. Interns are paid hourly at $12.00/hour. Work schedules will vary
throughout the season and interns can expect to work some weekends.
o Hands-on education happens through meaningful work in our vegetable, fruit and
nursery enterprises. Farm work is fast paced and physically demanding involving
repetitive tasks and will include working in sometimes extreme weather conditions. You can expect to work outside in the cold, rain, and heat.
o Interns can expect vocational training in the following:
 Annual Vegetable Production: propagation, seeding, cultivation, irrigation,
harvest, high tunnels, introduction to tractor use, and post-harvest handling
 Perennial Orchards and Vineyards: pruning and training, pest and disease
management, monitoring, and harvest
 Nursery Production: plant propagation and container growing
 Marketing: Farmers Market, Restaurant Sales, Wholesale Markets
Pay and Tuition
CMFC values and depends on the work performed by interns throughout the season and as such, we’ve structure the program so interns are paid for their work. Additionally, interns will pay tuition for the educational portion of the program.
Partial Tuition Fee Waivers
We offer a limited number of partial tuition fee waivers that are need-based. Upon acceptance into the program, participants will have the option to apply for a partial fee waiver. We do not want finances to deter people from participating in the program. Please inquire for more information.
2019 Program Dates
March 1-October 18, 2019
Housing is not included in the program fees. Limited housing is available to rent. Please inquire if housing is needed.
Off-site Intern Tracks
CMFC partners with other farms to offer our educational programming for interns working at partner farms. Applicants with interest in enterprises beyond our scope such as livestock or flowers, please inquire and we will connect you with a partner farm. Terms of employment will be negotiated between intern and partner farm.
Skills and Qualifications
Priority will be given to applicants with the following skills and qualifications:
 Desire to operate a farm business or be a key employee at a farm business
 Some background knowledge of plant cultivation and at least one-year experience working at a production farm or nursery
 Demonstrated ability to take initiative with a strong work ethic and ability to work well within a team setting
 Physical ability to do demanding work in all weather and lift 40 lbs. repeatedly
University Credit and Partnerships
The Internship is accredited by Washington State University’s Cultivating Success Program. Upon completion of the program, interns will receive up to 12 continuing education credits from WSU. Students from other colleges and universities have received credits through participation in the program. If you are currently a student at another local college or university, please inquire about other credit and/or work study opportunities.
Apply Now!
Applications are due for the 2019 program by October 31st, 2018. We will continue to accept applications and conduct interviews on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Please send the following application materials and all other program inquiries via email to
 A completed application form below (also available to download at
 Responses to the essay questions found on the application form
 Your current resume including education and work experience
 A list of 3 references. Two of them must be professional. Please include their name, address, email and phone number.
2019 Internship Application Form
Please send completed application form, essay question responses, resume, and 3 references to Applications are due October 31st and will be accepted after this date on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
Please answer the each of the following questions in 300 words or less:
1. Please describe your previous experience in farming.
2. This is a rigorous program with high expectations of active participation and
engagement. Explain how this training fits into your future plans.
3. How do you envision your career after this internship?
4. What are 3 outcomes you are hoping to get out of this program?
5. The nature of farming and gardening is physically demanding and our educational
setting requires personal motivation and self-discipline. Given this context, please tell us how you imagine staying motivated for the full 9 month program?
Personal Information
_____________________ ________________ ________________
Last name First name Middle
_________________________ ________________________ __________ ___________
Address City State Zip
Date of Birth (DOB)
__________________ _______________________________
Email Phone
Internship Information
How did you hear about the internship?
Have you ever been to Cloud Mountain Farm Center? ____________________________________
If yes, when? ______________________________________________________________________

Career Opportunities: Skagit Valley College

Skagit Valley College has a variety of exciting career opportunities!  Please share with those who may be interested.

About us: Tucked away near the Cascade Mountains and the San Juan Islands in the Salish Sea, Skagit Valley College is perfectly situated in close proximity to picturesque waterfront towns and world-class outdoor recreation. For easy access to thriving urban and cultural arts scenes, SVC is nearly halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. The college is based in Mount Vernon, while serving a campus in Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, and centers in Langley, Clinton, Anacortes, and Friday Harbor.

Full-time, Classified & Exempt Staff:

  • Purchasing, Grants & Contracts Supervisor (closes 5/24/18)
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 2, Assistant Teacher – Oak Harbor & Anacortes, WA
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 2, Family Support Specialist – Langley, WA
  • Early Childhood Program Specialist 3, Lead Teacher – Anacortes, WA

Full-time, Tenure-track Faculty:

  • Nursing Instructor, Tenure-Track Faculty

Part-time, Hourly Staff:

  • Chef, McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Convention Center
  • Custodian – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Custodian – South Whidbey Island Campus
  • Culinary Food Service Worker 1
  • ECEAP Substitutes, Teaching Aide, Assistant Teacher & Lead Teacher
  • ECEAP Assistant Teacher (ECPS2) – Langley, WA
  • ECEAP Classroom Aide (ECPS1) – Langley, WA & Anacortes, WA
  • ECEAP Lead Teacher (ECPS3) – Langley, WA
  • Maintenance Custodian – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Security Guard
  • Security Guard – Whidbey Island Campus
  • Stage Technician I
  • Various Head Start positions

Part-time, Adjunct Faculty:

  • Chemistry
  • Communication Studies
  • Journalism
  • History
  • Business
  • Nursing Instructor
  • Psychology Instructor
  • Basic Education for Adults

For a complete list of openings and more information on qualifications, salary, and how to apply, visit our career opportunities site, or visit As outlined in the job announcement, applicants must complete an online application, which may require completing supplemental questions and uploading required documents.

Interested in other opportunities? To be notified of current openings in areas that interest you, you may fill out a Job Interest Card, or visit Place a check in the box next to each job category of interest, and fill out the form. You will receive an email notification each time a position opens with Skagit Valley College whose category matches your selections.

Staff and Faculty at SVC respect and work effectively with diverse students, colleagues and others in a campus climate that promotes innovative teaching, quality scholarship, a diverse learning environment, and equitable access and educational achievement for all students. Skagit Valley College is an equal opportunity employer. Skagit Valley College provides a drug-free environment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or age in its programs and employment.

Skagit Valley College adheres to a set of guiding principles: Respect, Integrity, Open and Honest Communication, and Collaboration

Jamil Sepulveda

HR Generalist & Talent Acquisition Specialist

Skagit Valley College

Office: (360) 416-7954 | Main: (360) 416-7794

Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program Havana & Trinidad, CUBA: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network — Application closing 6/29/18

Job position / title: Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program Havana & Trinidad, CUBA (July 2-15, 2018)

Name of business / employer: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

Job description / duties

An educational travel program to Cuba, in a historic moment, unprecedented and unrepeatable, residing in two of its most emblematic cities, both of them declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Havana and colonial Trinidad.

The Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program, based in two of Cuba’s most emblematic cities, both of them declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Havana and the colonial city of Trinidad.

During the Language Immersion Program, students will participate in an intensive program of Spanish Language and Cuban culture. The Spanish language component of the program consists of daily Spanish classes, taught by qualified teachers and natives of the Spanish language, which will cover both grammar, writing and conversation, focusing, above all, on the use of Spanish in the workplace, the aim being that students take advantage of their language skills for their future professional career. The Spanish language classes are taught in two levels: beginner and intermediate; the students will be placed in the corresponding level in a pre-arrival test prepared by the teacher before starting the program.

Cultural Immersion and people-to-people contact is the differentiating aspect of this program in Cuba. To discover the local culture, the schedule of events includes a series of Site Visits to Local Projects, Tours of both urban and rural UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Guided Excursions. The Cultural Immersion is complemented with accommodation in “boutique” style, colonial houses with Cuban host families.

The program includes 24-hour bilingual (English & Spanish) local emergency support. All of the professors and staff are bilingual. The selection process is rigorous and includes a Skype interview for all candidates of interest.

The program offers students the possibility to graduate with a Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Certification, a Certification of Academic Credit, as well as a Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.

What’s included.

o WELCOME PACKET. Before the start of the program, all students will receive a Welcome Packet via email, which will include an updated version of the program schedule. In the meantime, students can consult the provisional Schedule here:

o SPANISH LANGUAGE CULTURAL IMMERSION PROGRAM. Must be completed in order to obtain curricular benefits as detailed below.

  1. Attendance at Orientation, during which the academic requirements of the program will be presented.
  2. Participate in Spanish Language Classes. The classes are taught in two levels:
  3. Beginner.
  4. Intermediate.
  5. All students enrolled will have to complete a pre-arrival test prepared by the teacher to classify their level of Spanish before the start of the program.
  6. Classes will cover: grammar, writing and conversation.
  7. A total of forty (40) hours of formal Spanish classes are included during the program, divided into blocks of four (4) hours. The formal classes will be complemented with cultural visits to practice the language “in-situ”, certifying a total of eighty (80) hours of academic credits.



o UNESCO World Heritage City Tours, Site Visits and Guided Excursions.

o UNESCO City Tour: Havana.

o UNESCO City Tour: Trinidad.

o UNESCO City Tour: Cienfuegos.

o Excursion to Playa Ancón (beach) or Valle de los Ingenios, depending on the weather.

o Accommodation in “boutique” style houses with Cuban host families.

o EDITION A: Six (6) nights in Havana, Cuba. Seven (7) nights in Trinidad, Cuba.

o EDITION B: Seven (6) nights in Trinidad, Cuba. Seven (7) nights in Havana, Cuba.

o Food: Half-board.

o Daily breakfast.

o Daily lunch OR dinner.

o Transportation in-country, airport pick-up and drop-off.

o Transportation to all program-related activities.

o Transportation Havana-Trinidad-Havana.

o Airport pick-up and drop-off from Havana airport.

o Local emergency support: 24 hours, bilingual (English and Spanish).

Academic & curricular benefits.

Completing the program allows students to obtain the following academic or curricular documentation:

o Certification of Spanish Language Cultural Immersion Program.

o Certification of Academic Credit. 40 hours/week. 80 hours total.

o Processing of University Agreements and/or other External Documentation for Academic Credit (optional and subject to approval by ROOSTERGNN).

o Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.


The following programs are currently accepting applications:

o July 2-15, 2018.

Person or department to contact: Ms. Maria Teresa San Segundo Gil

Business address: Calle Juan Bravo 58, MADRID (SPAIN)


Phone: 349.112.8723 ext. 5

How to apply:

Applications should include

[×] Resume

Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars in MADRID, SPAIN (JULY/AUGUST 2018): ROOSTERGNN Global News Network — Application closing 7/25/18

Job position / title: Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars in MADRID, SPAIN (JULY/AUGUST 2018)

Name of business / employer: ROOSTERGNN Global News Network

Job description / duties:

ROOSTERGNN Global News Network (, a non-profit organization, and ROOSTERGNN Academy are OFFERING:

Intensive Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Seminars, based in Madrid, Spain.

During the Journalism Internship Seminar, students participate in an intensive journalism program coordinated by a Team of Editors and Writers, with the participation of Experts and Mentors. The program includes attendance at Editorial Meetings, Travel Journalism Workshops, Photography Workshops, Video Workshops, Mentoring Sessions and Feedback Sessions, all of which culminates in the publication of a bi-weekly travel magazine, publishes in digital format in the news agency.

All of the Experts and Mentors are bilingual (English & Spanish). To participate in the Seminars, it is required that students have knowledge of at least ONE of these languages. Students can choose to write their articles in English, Spanish or both.

The selection process is rigorous and includes an interview for all candidates of interest.

The Internship Seminar offers students the possibility to graduate with a Portfolio of Published Content, published in the news agency, a Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Internship Certification, a Certification of Academic Credit, as well as a Letter of Recommendation of Merit, if applicable.

The Internship Seminar includes housing in shared studio apartments in the central Salamanca neighborhood of Madrid, Spain.

CALENDAR. Each Two-Week Module culminates in the publication of a travel magazine. Students can enroll in one single Two-Week Module, or in various — the workshops do NOT repeat themselves. Please see full list of collaborating Experts and Mentors, and their Workshops here.


  • MODULE I: Sunday, July 15, 2018 to Saturday, July 28, 2018.
  • MODULE II: Sunday, July 29, 2018 to Saturday, August 11, 2018.

WELCOME PACKET. Before the start of the Seminar, all students will receive a Welcome Packet via email, which will include an updated version of the Schedule. In the meantime, students can consult a Sample Schedule here:


CONTENT. Each Two-Week Module includes the following content, which must be completed in order to obtain curricular benefits as detailed below.——

  • Journalism Specialization. Seminar specializing in Travel Journalism, Photography and Video.
  • Attendance at Orientation, where the academic requirements are explained.
  • Attendance at ROOSTERGNN Editorial Meetings. One Editorial Meeting per Two-Week Module, in which each student is assigned one (1) article.
  • Attendance at Group Mentoring Sessions. Three Mentoring Sessions per Two-Week Module, to discuss the progress of students on their articles.
  • Attendance at Group Feedback & Editing Sessions. Three Group Feedback & Editing Sessions per Two-Week Module. Each student will receive verbal feedback on the articles assigned during the Editorial Meetings. All articles must be received by the deadline indicated by RGNN in order to be eligible for Feedback.
  • Participate in Travel Journalism, Photography & Video Workshops with Experts and Mentors. Four (4) Workshops per Two-Week Module, addressing the following areas of travel journalism, photography and video. The full list of Workshops can be consulted in the following link.
  • One (1) Travel Journalism Workshop, which can address the following topics: preparation and research; writing; editing; publication and possible markets; design; social media and other useful tools.
  • One (1) Professional Development for Journalists Session. Advice will be given on, for example, how to put together a resume, how to apply for future journalism jobs, how to prepare for a job interview, etc.
  • Two Photography & Video Workshops: followed by an orientation, there will be one street photography & video workshop, and one on night photography & video workshop.
  • Participate in the Professional Headshot Photoshoot.
  • Students will go behind the scenes at RGNN and have a professional headshot photoshoot session at the RGNN film and photo studio.
  • Submit Photojournalism and Video Portfolio. Students will take photographs and videos for social media throughout the Seminar, of which RGNN will choose the best to publish in the news agency’s communication channels.
  • Submit a Final Seminar Evaluation. All students will be required to submit a final Evaluation before the end of the Seminar.

EXPERTS AND MENTORS. The Seminar includes the collaboration of prestigious Experts and Mentors. Please see the Experts collaborating in each Two-Week Module here.

CULTURAL IMMERSION IN MADRID AND SPAIN. Participate in the Cultural Immersion Program. The Internship Seminar includes a Typical Spanish Tapas Networking Farewell Reception at the end of the program.

HOUSING. The Internship Seminar includes housing in furnished studio apartments selected by RGNN in the central neighborhood of Salamanca in Madrid, Spain. Thirteen (13) nights. Housing is shared in double apartments (2 individual beds). Each studio apartment has its own bathroom and kitchen, air-conditioning, as well as weekly cleaning and change of sheets and towels. The building moreover has wifi, 24 hour concierge, laudromat and dryer room, swimming pool and sundeck. The entry of persons foreign to the Program is not permitted in the houses. Alcohol within the apartments is also not permitted. RGNN will assign accommodation. The dates in which housing will be available are:

  • MODULE I: Sunday, July 15, 2018 to Saturday, July 28, 2018.
  • MODULE II: Sunday, July 29, 2018 to Saturday, August 11, 2018.

Local bilingual emergency support, 24 hours. The Seminar has local, bilingual (English and Spanish) emergency support staff available 24 hours a day.

Person or department to contact: Ms. Maria Teresa San Segundo Gil

Business address: Calle Juan Bravo 58, MADRID (SPAIN)


Phone: 003.491.1287 ext. 235

How to apply:

Applications should include

[×] Resume

NW Operations/ Production Management Intern: Bellingham Marine — Application closing 7/16/18

Job position / title: NW Operations/ Production Management Intern

Name of business / employer: Bellingham Marine

Job description / duties


Ferndale, Washington

Bellingham Marine Industries, Inc., (“BMI”) is proud to announce our 2018 Intern Program for our Washington office. The goal of our program is to provide a unique opportunity for an engineering, business, or construction/project management student interested in pursuing a career in the precast concrete manufacturing and/or marina construction industry. This position also has the potential for rehire as an intern or offer of a full time position depending on the success of the candidate.

Bellingham Marine – The Largest and Most Experienced Marina Builder in the World.

Nowhere else can you find a company that has more experience than Bellingham Marine. We have built more marinas in more places throughout the world than any other marina construction company or floating dock manufacturer. Nowhere else can you find a company with more technical excellence than Bellingham Marine. Our dock system engineering, site-specific marina design, precision floating dock manufacturing and single-source contracting has led the industry for half a century.

In addition to our marina products, we are a leader in the fabrication of precast and pre-stressed structural concrete components. Many of our products are utilized in roadway projects, piers, and anywhere a structural concrete component is needed. We are a company committed to growth and we are looking for an individual who has the passion and commitment to grow with us.


Operations/ Production Management Intern

This is a full-time intern (summer/fall) position (40 hours/week) assisting our regional Project Estimating, Construction and Manufacturing Team. The position will include a fair amount of travel.


The successful candidate will be assigned to our NW Division Office to assist in project proposals, sales calls, and project management. BMI will provide on-the-job training in marina planning, estimating, production and construction management. Engineering skills will be preferred for interpreting drawings and developing marina designs/layouts.

Other duties will include (with training): performing follow-up calls; making visits to marinas and engineers’ offices; compiling and organizing job costs; scheduling; writing correspondence; maintaining contact entry; and contributing to the overall development of marina projects.

Duration: 90 – 120 days, depending on student college calendar.

Salary: $15 /hr. plus compensation for travel

Application Deadline: Position will remain open until filled

To Apply:

To be considered for this position please visit: to set up your account. Once registered, you can complete an application and upload a copy of your cover letter and resume.

Bellingham Marine is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex or age.

To request a reasonable accommodation for a disability, please contact

Bellingham Marine is a Drug Free Work Place.


  • Entering 3rd or 4th year of engineering or construction management degree, or equivalent.
  • Interest in precast concrete manufacturing and/or the construction industry.
  • Business coursework or experience helpful but not required.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written) and teamwork skills.
  • Able to travel and work independently.
  • Neat, professional appearance and manner.
  • Commitment to the entire internship period.

Person or department to contact: Taylor Lafranchi

Business address: 1323 Lincoln Street Bellingham WA 98229


Phone (360) 392-1442

How to apply

Applications should include

[×] Resume

[×] Cover letter