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Wilderness Inquiry, World-wide

Wilderness Inquiry internship program helps you bridge the gap between the educational experience and the professional work environment. This is a time when you will have real responsibilities, while continuing to learn and refine your skills. Wilderness Inquiry provide both academic and non-academic internships. The structure of the WI internship program is flexible in order to meet your requirements while you are also meeting the needs of Wilderness Inquiry.


WI internships are unpaid positions, however, we provide some great benefits, including a frequent pathway to employment as a trail guide or full-time staff.

  • Housing: Martha’s Place, the WI staff house, is available to full-time interns at no charge.
  • Training: Interns participate in our Staff Training Program.
  • Gear: Prodeals from companies such as Patagonia, Chaco, Seal Line, NRS, etc.
  • Travel: Many interns go on WI’s adventures
  • Employment: Opportunities to earn a paid staff position after successful completion of the internship.

Interns are an integral part of the Wilderness Inquiry community. You will meet and associate with great people, from all levels of our organization.

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