Employment Opportunities


Administrative Assistant (Part time):  We have an opening for a half-time administrative assistant to help manage our day to day operations. Responsibilities include basic bookkeeping, event support, database management and general office support.  This a 20 hour per week position, Monday through Friday during daytime hours with the occasional evening and weekend hours. There is some flexibility in scheduling. Starting wage is $15.00 per hour, plus a prorated paid time off and a Simple IRA with 3% match after one-year employment.

To apply please send a resume, cover letter and contact information for three references by December 31st  to Darcie Howard at: dhoward@monkgardens.org.   Incomplete applications will not be considered.  

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Environmental Educator:  Love children?  Passionate about ecology, biology and the environment?  We are looking for a work study qualified student to help teach after school programs and a variety of other programming.  Great way to earn some money while getting hands-on experience.  Click here for the job description.


Year round Internships

UWSP Student?  Internships for horticulture and environmental education students available through the CRI program.  

2019 Summer Internships

Environmental Educator and Horticulture Internships:  Searching for ambitious, curious, hard-working, friendly and ready to learn people to spend their summer outdoors and engaging with the public while learning the workings of a botanical garden.  Unlike many other botanical garden internships you will NOT just be digging in the dirt, watering, and weeding.  This internship fosters your interests through a self motivated project and provides opportunities to experience the full program and management of the gardens. 

To apply please send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Elise Schuler, eschuler@monkgardens.org.  

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Horticulture Internship

Environmental Education Internship

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