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Domenique graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Social Science with an Environmental Emphasis. While teaching English in Inner Mongolia, China, she set up a school recycling program, which combined her love of teaching with her passion for the environment. Domenique taught her students the benefits of recycling and not wasting food, energy, and water.

Field marshall seeds collective

2019 Integrated Internship: Habitat Restoration | Water Quality | Land Stewardship

Linden Amundsen

2019 Integrated Internship: Habitat Restoration | Water Quality | Land Stewardship

Linden holds a bachelors in Environmental Studies from Soka University of America, in California. While pursuing her degree she carried out research on preserving wildlands and acted as Communications Chair of a Climate Reality Corps Campus Chapter. She’s on the ground with Nature Collective mentors who are leading Linden in best practices in conducting community habitat restoration. She will next switch focus to conducting water quality and land stewardship.

Isaac Vallejo

2019 Integrated Internship: Habitat Restoration | Water Quality | Land Stewardship

Isaac Vallejo

2019 Integrated Internship: Habitat Restoration | Water Quality | Land Stewardship

Isaac Vallejo is a Master’s student at California State University, San Marcos, where he is studying Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Ecology. He’s on the ground with Nature Collective mentors who are leading Isaac in best practices in conducting community habitat restoration. He will next switch focus to conducting water quality and land stewardship. As Isaac grows in his experiences, he reflects on how it shapes his Master’s thesis about the Brazilian tropical savanna, part of which is in the Pantanal, the largest naturally occurring wetland in the world.

Domenique Buchanan

Domenique Buchanan

Domenique graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Social Science with an Environmental Emphasis. While teaching English in Inner Mongolia, China, she set up a school recycling program, which combined her love of teaching with her passion for the environment. Domenique taught her students the benefits of recycling and not wasting food, energy, and water.

Gianni Denson

2016-2019 Trail Monitoring

Gianni Denson

2016-2019 Trail Monitoring

Gianni attends San Dieguito Academy and is a third-generation Californian. Gianni hopes to experience hands-on lagoon water quality and fish monitoring and to be of service for years to come. He is forming his goals in a science career and is excited to learn more as he helps care for his beloved wetland.

Elizabeth Hazard

2019 Trail Monitoring

Elizabeth Hazard

2019 Trail Monitoring

Elizabeth is currently a sophomore at San Dieguito High School Academy. Her interest in California native plants has led her to be the president and founder of the California Native Plant Club, a docent for the San Diego Pollinator Alliance, and a reoccurring volunteer with Nature Collective.

Kristina McCowin

2019 Geographic Information Systems

Kristina McCowin

2019 Geographic Information Systems

Kristina graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelors in Biology and San Diego Mesa College with an associates in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Her passion for conservation has led her to pursue discovering how her knowledge of GIS programs and technology can be applied in the environmental science field.

Koby Nguyen

2019 Water Quality

Koby Nguyen

2019 Water Quality

Koby is a Bay Area native in his third year at the University of California, San Diego, where he is studying Environmental Systems/Ecology, Behavior & Evolution. Prior to this internship, he gained field work experience interning at NOAA Fisheries in Santa Cruz. Koby enjoys working in the field and is grateful for the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience through the water quality internship program.

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All programs require 10–12 hours/week, except Land Management, which requires 30 hours/week.

Session Start Date End date Duration Accepting Applications
Spring 2019 Begins January 2019 Mid May 2019 4.5 months Nov. 1 – Dec. 15, 2019
Summer 2019 Mid-May 2019 Mid-August 2019 3 months March 15 – May 1, 2019
Fall 2019 Mid-August 2019 December 2019 4.5 months June 15 – August 1, 2019

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