For more than 100 years, UNH Cooperative Extension has strengthened New Hampshire’s residents and communities by providing trusted knowledge, practical education and cooperative solutions. Our work makes life better in New Hampshire.
Are you passionate about local food and agriculture? Do you want to be on the frontline of research-based natural resources stewardship? Are you ready to take part in the latest innovations in community and economic development programs and youth and family initiatives? An internship with UNH Cooperative Extension provides these opportunities and many more.
Earn money, make connections in your field and cultivate your passions into a rewarding career. Extension internships offer valuable work experience and networking opportunities. Best of all, you have the chance to help make life better in New Hampshire.
Summer internships are credit-hour eligible so you can build your resume and help local communities while earning college credits.
About UNH Cooperative Extension
UNH Cooperative Extension provides a direct link between UNH and New Hampshire residents. UNH Cooperative Extension has been at work in New Hampshire’s 10 counties for more than 100 years. Our innovative, energetic and connected staff tailor contemporary, practical education to each county’s needs. Our work focuses on four areas: food and agriculture, community and economic development, natural resources, and 4-H youth and families. Our work reaches one in four N.H. residents and supports thousands of trained volunteers across the state.
What’s Your Passion?
As an Extension intern, you can make life better in New Hampshire in our exciting program areas. Here are just a few:
- Agriculture & Horticulture
- Community & Economic Development
- School & Community Gardens
- Farmers Markets and Sustainable Food
- Food Safety
- Geospatial Mapping
- Greenhouse, Nursery & Garden Centers
- Economic Development & Community Engagement
- Land Conservation
- Climate Adaptation
- Marine Resources
- Nutrition & Healthy Living
- Youth & Family Resiliency
- Citizen Science
- Water Quality
- STEM Education
Apply for a Cooperative Extension internship or learn more about the program by contacting internship coordinator Kate Pacheco.
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. UNH, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and New Hampshire counties cooperating.