Horticulture-Related Internships 

Opportunities are posted here or you may contact our Human Resources department  for information or an application. The application deadline for 2017 horticulture, plant records and research internships was Friday, February 10.

  • Horticulture – The summer Horticulture Internships are designed for students pursuing a career in the field of public horticulture or related field. Students have the opportunity put their classroom learning to work in real-world situations and obtain valuable hands-on work experience.
  • Plant Records – Keeping accurate records on the many thousands of plants in the gardens is vital in a public garden. Denver Botanic Gardens’ summer Plant Records internship allows students to participate in this critical function.

Research

  • We offer internships for academic credit and occasionally paid internships, please contact us at research@botanicgardens.org for current opportunities. Past internships have focused on conservation genetics, long-term monitoring of rare plants, botanical surveys and collection management.

Art, Exhibitions & Interpretation Internships

  • Year-round opportunities are available for academic credit in our Art, Exhibitions & Interpretation department. Internships focus on art exhibition research & development, evaluation, collections management and docent tour development and coordination. Contact exhibits@botanicgardens.org for an application.