INTERNSHIPS, APPRENTICESHIPS & CAREERS
Wildlife Care Internships
The Wildlife Care Internship Program at the Center for Wildlife is a non-paid work and learning experience for individuals interested in wildlife, and in some cases gain college credit. These positions can serve as an exciting pathway into wildlife career opportunities. Visit our Internship page for more information.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprenticeship
NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME
The Center for Wildlife’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprenticeship offers practical, experiential learning opportunities in a wildlife rehabilitation clinic for those who have previous experience working with wildlife. Some of the skills learned include providing wildlife hotline and admissions assistance, species identification, husbandry and handling techniques, basic medical exams and triage, feeding and fluid therapy techniques, outdoor cage and facilities maintenance, and monitoring and evaluating patients throughout the rehabilitation process.
Fundraising and Community Engagement Specialist
Full time Permanent- Accepting Qualified Applicants
Center for Wildlife is seeking an outgoing, self motivated and driven fundraising professional to join our team. Under the supervision of the Development Director (DD), the Fundraising Coordinator is responsible for serving as point of contact for earned income and membership opportunities, supporting business, individual and foundation donor relationships and along with maintaining and cultivating new non-profit and business partnership opportunities. The Fundraising Coordinator is also responsible for contributing to the growth and implementation of sponsorships, earned income events, and admissions/visitor engagement.
Work Schedule: Minimum 40 hours per week, nights and weekends required
For a full position description and list of qualifications, please click here.
Qualified Applicants can apply by submitting their email and cover letter to Carolyn at email@example.com