Kim Gonzalez, who is an Environmental Science major at SUNY Binghamton, became our first Tom Boothe Adirondack Intern this summer. During her ten weeks with
This paid internship provides practical experience in nonprofit project development and implementation, and professional skills for future career success. A variety of recreational opportunities are also made available through the Tom Boothe Adirondack Internship, such as guided paddling/biking/hiking excursions, visits to cultural sites in the Adirondacks, meetings with local leaders, and tours of AdkAction project sites. Our internship is designed to allow the intern enough flexibility and time to truly experience and enjoy the immense beauty of the Adirondacks. Housing or a housing stipend are also provided.
AdkAction created the Tom Boothe Adirondack Internship Program to honor the legacy of past Board Chair Tom Boothe, who passed away unexpectedly in October 2020 at the age of 71. Tom was known for bringing friends from around the world to introduce them to the immense natural beauty of the Adirondack Park, and was particularly motivated to engage young people in the work of making a positive impact on our region’s communities.
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