Internship location: St. Francis Wildlife Association, Inc., a 35 acre wildlife rehabilitation center in Gadsden County, Florida.
Length of Internship: One semester @ 20 hours per week
Credits: Equivalent to a one semester Internship (varies by Institution) or Directed Independent Study
Eligibility: Must be enrolled in a college program in an environmental science major such as: Wildlife Resource Management; Zoology, Zoo Animal Technology, Wildlife Ecology, Science Education, Environmental Conservation, Biology or a related program.
Procedure: Applicants submit completed application and provide three references. Upon acceptance, applicant must submit an Agreement of Participation document, with appropriate signatures prior to beginning internship.
After appropriate training, responsibilities include:
- Daily feeding/medical care
Note: This is an unpaid position; however, students who successfully complete an internship at the St. Francis Wildlife Association will be given higher priority status in consideration of professional staff position vacancies as they become available.
For more information : e-mail Sandy Beck, Education Director