The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm has a new name — same great mission.


Youth & Young Adults

Internships – Ages 18+

Make a career out of your love for nature.

Apply to be a Cibolo Intern and get hands-on professional experience in land management, horticulture, marketing, education, or environmental conservation.

To learn more about our Internships

Please contact or call 830-249-4616.

Get Experience in a Workplace Unlike Any Other

Here at the Cibolo, we believe in sustainability for the environment and for people as well.  That’s why we’re investing in tomorrow’s environmental leaders.  Come be a part of the extraordinary team of passionate individuals that make up the Cibolo.  If you are a high school student or college student aged 18+, and you’re enthusiastic about sharing your love for nature with the world, the Cibolo Internship Program may be the perfect fit for you! 

We offer internships in multiple disciplines.  If you are interested in applying to be an intern in a discipline not mentioned here, get in touch with us and let us know how you believe you could be a part of our dynamic team. 

Fields of Study

  • Horticulture
  • Education
  • Marketing
  • Environmental Science
  • Land Management

More Information

Do I have to be enrolled in school to apply for an internship?

Yes. If you are not enrolled in school, but would still like to be a part of the Cibolo, learn more about how to volunteer here.

Can I receive school credit for my internship?

It depends on your school and their requirements for qualifying internships. We provide our own objectives, coursework and fieldwork, and we’re happy to work with your teachers, professors, or schools to do all that we can to make sure our internship meets the requirements of your program.

Is this internship paid?

We do not have paid internships, only those in partnership with schools.

What kind of time commitment is expected of me?

While our internships can be customized, most internships are 200 hours and will include a combination of hands-on field work, written work, and special field trips. For example, you might go on a field trip to Last Chance Forever, a Birds of Prey Conservancy, to learn about owls, hawks, eagles and other birds of prey. Field trips like this are included in the 200 hours.