Mt. Cuba Center offers a summer internship program that aims to provide an educational and work experience through hands-on training that builds on classroom learning. In 2013, Natural Lands will be hiring an intern to work with us from May to August. Students will gain knowledge of natural land stewardship techniques, best management practices, and exotic plant suppression principles while assisting with forest and habitat restoration and preservation. Study Piedmont biodiversity, silviculture, wildlife management, and assist with vegetation and wildlife surveys of native flora and fauna. Students who will benefit from this program are usually in the field of environmental science, conservation biology, ecology and/or wildlife biology.