Summary: Prairie Island Indian Community (PIIC) is seeking interns for various departments for Summer 2023 beginning in May or June. Our internship opportunities provide students with on-the-job training and experience while making important contributions to the Community. Specific duties for each intern may vary and are intended to provide a well-rounded perspective to satisfy internship requirements. Applicants must be enrolled in a 2 or 4-year degree post-secondary program. If interested, please send your resume to email@example.com. Job Responsibilities & Duties : Communications Intern Use Adobe InDesign to lay out content for print newsletter Create content for Prairie Island communication channels Social media scheduling Digital asset management Photograph and take video of events Assist with mailings Assist with administrative communications work The ideal candidate for the Communications Intern position will be seeking a degree in Communications or a related field, be able to adapt to changing priorities and able to juggle multiple responsibilities. The hours for this internship will be flexible, some events could occur in the evening. Land & Environment Intern The Environmental Tribal Intern will assist the Land & Environment Dept. by supporting staff conduct work that improves the natural resources used by the Tribal membership for food, medicine, and cultural connection. Assist in implementing food sovereignty initiatives such as maintaining Community Vegetable Garden and Cultural & Medicinal Garden programs, and Tiyokhata (greenhouse) operations. Provide support in conducting habitat restoration efforts to improve natural resources and habitat Support in organizing and facilitating education/outreach events Assist with other projects/tasks as needed within the department The ideal candidate for the Environmental Tribal Intern position will have a demonstrated interest in the outdoors, be enrolled in associate or bachelor degree in an environmental field (biology, agro-ecology, hydrology, environmental studies, natural resources, or similar) and have experience with field equipment operation and upkeep (including chainsaws, 4-wheelers, UTVs, etc.).