Intern Experience applications are suspended in Winchester, Idaho until further notice.
Intern Opportunities for 2019 include:
Passport to Wildlife Education Outreach. Passport to Wildlife (P2W) is seeking an organized, motivated, outgoing, and energetic individual to assist in Tacoma, Washington based outreach in zoos, wildlife organizations, schools, retail locations, and local seasonal events and fairs. Outreach includes teaching from the Kidwings Explores Barn Owls: Habitat, Habits, and Prey curriculum related to dissecting barn owl pellets as part of the regional Passport to Wildlife program.
Fun and rewarding bi-monthly outreach events using visual props to introduce biology and ecology of owls followed by a 30-minute owl pellet dissection lab. Each two-hour program includes travel time, setup, an hour of instruction, and clean up. Post-event activities include a summary of the event with photos and paragraph for social media and website.
Passport to Wildlife is a collaborative ecology and biology immersion experience and outreach to schools and youth-focused groups that inspire future stewards, professionals, and wildlife enthusiasts across all cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. P2W connects students and wildlife professionals to build a more sustainable, wilder future everywhere.
Passport to Wildlife is an outreach of the Wolf Education & Research Center, made possible by a grant from Owl Brand Supply Company. The applicant will be expected to be familiar with the websites and Habitats, Habits, and Prey guide at www.kidwings.com/resources and be prepared to interview by teaching a 30-minute owl pellet dissection.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you consider yourself a candidate for this exciting and important internship, please fill out our online application, careful to provide the following information.
- Cover letter
- 3 Reference letters
CLICK HERE TO APPLY Online applications only. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 3 days for a reply.