The National Park Service is spending nearly $300,000 on an internship program that teaches college students skills on how to communicate messages about climate change.
The “Climate Change Communication Internship Program” is a partnership with George Mason University that gives students paid internships to make infographics and websites about how humans are causing global warming.
“This paid summer internship program—in partnership with the National Park Service—trains and places undergraduate and graduate interns in National Capital Region national parks to develop materials and programs that communicate the impact of climate change on natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resources in the parks,” according to the program’s website. “Our interns have developed a variety of products ranging from park ranger communication toolkits to park-specific webpages.”
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