Wildlife Education Internship
This internship is an educational and public programming- oriented position that involves public speaking and animal handling. It offers a unique opportunity to learn about native California wildlife with Lindsay Wildlife Experience’s collection of non-releasable birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates to convey conservation messaging through educational programing and public engagement.
This position requires a self-motivated, flexible, and responsible individual capable of supporting the daily operations of the Education department. To learn more about Wildlife Educator internship opportunities and to fill out an application, click here.
We are currently accepting applications for the fall session which runs September – December.
The application deadline is September 2, 2022.
Our program requires a commitment of a minimum of 12 weeks (or a minimum of 150 service hours), two days per week from 9 a.m. -5 p.m. including weekends. Shift lengths can vary, ranging from 6-8 hours per day. Hours can be flexible depending on the day. To apply, submit a Wildlife Educator Intern Application, email a cover letter and résumé to the Education Volunteer Coordinator, Erin Woods, at [email protected].