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INTERNSHIPS, APPRENTICESHIPS & CAREERS

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Nature Based Educator - Schools and Libraries Lead

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

Are you someone who enjoys teaching people the wonders of the natural world? How about the bonus of having mammalian, reptilian and avian co-workers? It is rare to be able to find a job that balances both the joys of education with the passion of Wildlife Conservation – but look no further. The Nature Based Educator- Schools and Libraries Lead role at The Center for Wildlife will allow
you to seamlessly blend public outreach and education with education about our wonderful New England wildlife!

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2024

The Environmental Education Internship is an unpaid learning role for those studying science communication, education, outdoor recreation, and care of disabled wildlife living in sanctuary. This position is an exciting pathway to careers in outdoor leadership, animal care, conservation biology, and education. 

 

Interns learn by working alongside our experienced Education and Outreach Team, animals included! They have the opportunity to change the world every day by connecting community members of all ages with nature through educational programming and connections with our ambassadors and natural spaces. 

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Environmental Education Internship

Apprenticeships
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Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprenticeship

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2024

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. 

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Wildlife Care Internships

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

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.

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