Position: Intern
Organization: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers
Job Category: Unpaid Internship 
Salary: University credit may be possible
Start Date: Upon Hire
Deadline: Open until filled
Date Posted: 2/1/2018

Position Description: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is the sportsmen’s voice for our wild public lands, waters and wildlife. We are seeking a fun and motivated individual with a passion for working in the non-profit sector as a Summer Intern to assist with daily operations, database management, email outreach, and merchandise fulfillment and inventory management.

The purpose of this program is to engage youth in public lands conservation and advocacy. Under the direction of the operations team, the intern will gain experience in the day to day operations of a growing non-profit. The intern will also be expected to assist with the implementation of a database management system, membership data entry and management and, customer service and problem resolution. We are looking for someone that works well in a team but is also effective working independently. We do offer a flexible schedule but it is important that the intern be reliable and communicative.

Specifically, the fall intern will be expected to

· Provide support to program staff on special projects and initiatives

· Enter and manage membership data

· Customer service through answering phones and emails

· Merchandise fulfillment and inventory management

Qualifications: The non-profit administrative intern must be proficient in basic computer programs, Word, Excel, outlook, etc., possess strong organizational skills and demonstrate good written and verbal communication. They must be committed to our purpose and mission and can work with the public in a professional manner at various member recruitment events, public lands rallies and fundraising events. The ideal candidate would be pursuing a degree in business administration, non-profit administration, administrative management or a closely related field but also be passionate about the outdoors, hunting, fishing and conservation.

To apply: Email resume and letter of interest to Caitlin Frisbie at

Contact phone: 406-860-1431 Contact email: