Tanganyika Wildlife Park

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Internships at Tanganyika Wildlife Park are an excellent way to gain experience in various animal fields while helping a conservation-minded organization. Interns will be utilized in a variety of departments at Tanganyika. Read below to learn more about our internship opportunities.

 

Keeper Internship

Tanganyika Wildlife Park is currently accepting applications from hard working, dependable college students and recent graduates to participate in a keeper internship within our Animal Department during the 2017 Season. This is a paid internship. Interns will gain valuable experience working with rare and endangered species including birds, reptiles, small and large mammals, carnivores, hoofstock, and primates by working one-on-one with keepers in a variety of ways, detailed below.

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To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to the attention of Stephanie Jeter, Curator or apply online.

Education Internship

Tanganyika Wildlife Park’s Education Department is seeking highly self-motivated individuals to fill the position of Education Intern during the 2017 Season. Education Interns will assist Education Department staff in a variety of ways, detailed below. This Internship program is perfect for current students (or recent graduates) in multiple programs of study such as Education, Zoology, Environmental Science, Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, Zoo Science, or a similarly related field. At this time, the Education Intern position is unpaid.

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To apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to the attention of Erinn Stiles, Education Curator, or apply online.

 

Safari Camp Internship

Tanganyika Wildlife Park’s Education Department is seeking highly self-motivated individuals to fill the position of Safari Camp Intern during the 2017 Season. Safari Camp Interns will assist paid staff in providing campers with a fun, unique, and educational camp experience! This Internship program is perfect for current students (or recent graduates) in multiple programs of study such as Education, Zoology, Environmental Science, Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, Zoo Science, or a similarly related field. At this time, the Safari Camp Intern position is unpaid.

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To apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to the attention of Erinn Stiles, Education Curator, or apply online.