Internships at Lindsay Wildlife Experience

Animal Keeper Internship

This unpaid internship offers a unique opportunity to learn about husbandry for native animals in Lindsay’s collection of non-releasable birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.

Our program requires our Animal Keeper Interns to complete 280 internship hours. Interns are required to have at least two 8-hour shifts a week. Intern applications are due on April 15, August 15, and January 15.  To apply: send a cover letter, résumé, intern application and three references to Lead Animal Keeper Lauren Amy ([email protected]). This is an unpaid internship. Read more about this internship by clicking here!

Download an application here!

Questions? Contact [email protected]org

Wildlife Rehabilitation Internship Program

The unpaid internship program offers an unparalleled opportunity for hands-on experience with care and treatment of injured or orphaned native California birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.

Working in conjunction with over 300 volunteers, interns are given the opportunity to learn about all aspects of wildlife rehabilitation with hands-on experiences, and to educate the public on wildlife-related subjects.

At this time, due to COVID-19 personnel restrictions, we are unable to offer a 2021 intern program. This may change at a later time. If you would like more information about the intern program, or to request program updates, please refer to the ‘Intern’ section of Wildlife Rehabilitation Volunteer Opportunities