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March 07, 2011

Apply to the Best Internship on Earth

The Best Internship on Earth is once again up for grabs, but candidates take heed: There's only one week left to apply. The Sierra Club is looking for an Outdoors Youth Ambassador intern who will spend the summer doing what the Sierra Club does best: exploring, enjoying, and protecting the planet.

The Outdoors Youth Ambassador will spend three months hiking, rafting, and camping on a series of outdoor adventures sponsored by Sierra Club's Inner City Outings, Building Bridges to the Outdoors, and Volunteer Vacations programs, all while creating fun video blogs of the entire experience. But that’s not all — the internship comes with a $2,500 stipend, all-expenses paid travel around the country, and $2,000 worth of gear from The North Face and Planet Explore.

Besides loving the outdoors, the ideal candidate should have a knack for communicating their enthusiasm to others and interviewing those who share their passion. Video editing abilities are a plus, but not required. Those interested must be at least 18 years old and a current student or recent high school or college graduate to apply.

Interested candidates should submit an application as well as upload a short video (90 seconds or less) about why they love the outdoors and why they should be the next Outdoors Youth Ambassador.

The deadline to apply is March 16, 2011.

--Shirley Mak

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