Internship Application

Please complete and submit the application below to apply for your Internship.

Deer Hill is currently accepting applications for the 2017 season.

For questions, contact John Palmer at 970.533.7492 or [email protected]

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  • This job requires a considerable amount of driving. We will verify your driving record with our insurance company. Being hired for this position is, in most situations, contingent on your approval by our insurance company to drive a Deer Hill vehicle.
  • Please upload your cover letter.
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  • Please upload your resume.
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  • Please upload a photo or scanned image of your driver's license.
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  • Hiring is contingent upon a Driver's License check and finger printing and background check through the Department of Human Services and Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
  • Any applicant who knowingly or willing makes a false statement of any material fact or thing in the application is guilty of perjury in the second degree as defined in Section 18-8-503, C.R.S., and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished accordingly. By pressing the “Submit” button, you acknowledge that all information provided is correct, to the best of your knowledge, and that falsification of any information provided on this application may disqualify you from working for Deer Hill Expeditions.

Being lucky enough to attend Deer Hill as a teenager made me who I am and instilled in me a desire for adventure, new places and interesting faces. I believe it is important to connect young people in a real way with the wilderness, to help them understand that it is worth saving, and to instill in them incredible strength and willpower. Seeing the sense of pride a Deer Hill student has after crossing a huge wilderness on foot, I know that this person will now be able to succeed at whatever they put their mind to.

Michael, participant, field staff

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