Job Description:

Intern to protect the Buffalo Herds of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and Yellowstone National Park this winter!

Buffalo Field Campaign (BFC) is seeking the skills, interest, and passion of Undergraduate and Graduate Interns for the 2023-24 Field Season!

BFC Field Season Interns participate in Field Patrols to observe and protect Buffalo during their migration from Yellowstone National Park to lower elevations in native habitat in the surrounding area to sustainably graze during the winter months and calve in their traditional calving grounds.

During our Field Season, we conduct daily patrols to monitor Buffalo Migration corridors, collect data, and provide Outreach and Media for any threats to the population.

You will be part of a team that observes and records Buffalo movements on foot, in hiking boots, on cross-country skis, and in Field Patrol Vehicles. You will participate in facilitating safe

Highway crossings for the Buffalo and be an active participant in observing any State and Federal Agency Management actions including hunting activities.

Specialized Internships available in:

  • Environmental Science, Natural Resources, and Sustainability
  • Social Media
  • Journalism including Photo-journalism and Documentary Film
  • Office-based Outreach (can be 100% Office-based)
  • Office-based Database (can be 100% Office-based)
  • Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

All Interns receive a Mentor in their area of Specialization.

For more information, please see our Volunteer page for a description of day-to-day activities

Your Internship will focus on a rotating schedule that includes Field Patrol shifts and Specialized Internship Projects in the Field, Office, or Media Project Space!

Internship Availability: 11/15/23 - 5/31/24

We ask for a two-week commitment, although, encourage applicants that can dedicate a Field Season to protecting the Buffalo Herds of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem! Schedules can be made around remote Class Learning and Study Sessions.

Interns will be provided free bunk-style/Co-op housing in our Lodge, Meals, Internet, Laundry, and any necessary gear.

Free time to check out Cross-Country Ski Trails, Snow-shoe, or for Wildlife Photography!

Internships are available for College Credit through a University, College, Trade School, or Community College course. Interns with their own Funding through a University Grant or External Funding are also welcome to apply.

1st year College Graduates may apply - We may have to accept you as a Volunteer, although, can accept you into a Specialized Program with References available upon completion of the Program.

Let us know you are interested in an Internship!

  • Send a Resume to Angela at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • If you don’t have a Resume yet, please fill out the Volunteer Application

or download and email the PDF version of the Application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please feel free to email Angela at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request an Info Packet!

*Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) principles are practiced at all times including during the application process, in professional responsibilities, and in BFC Communication