Test the waters in all aspects of communications — magazine writing, press releases, photography, social media, websites, blogs and more — with Iowa’s leading natural conservation organization.
Join Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation this fall as a communications intern. You’ll be working on media projects to help promote INHF’s work and mission. Applications are due Friday, August 5.
The communications intern writes news releases and magazine articles about INHF projects, assists with special events (like our annual Hagie Heritage Award), writes blog posts, updates our website and social media, and much more. Depending on organizational needs and intern skills, he/she may also assist with public events, photography and occasional graphic design. Continue reading
My name is Rachel Dupree and I’ll be joining the INHF communications team this fall. I’m a senior at Drake University studying public relations and international relations with a concentration in global public health. I’m originally from Forest Lake, Minnesota, but I love Des Moines more than my heart can stand. Continue reading
Test the waters in all aspects of communications — magazine writing, press releases, photography, social media, websites, blogs and more — with Iowa’s leading natural conservation organization. Continue reading
The 2013 Hagie Heritage Award recipient, Jimmie Thompson, receiving the award from INHF President Joe McGovern.
The Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation invites you, your agency, partners or friends to nominate an outstanding Iowa conservationist for the 2014 Lawrence and Eula Hagie Heritage Award.
The nomination process is easy and a great way to bring deserved recognition for your nominee and for the nominating organization(s). Nominations are due July 14, 2014! Continue reading