Wolf Hollow’s Education Intern works with our Education Coordinator during the busy summer season to man booths at events, prepare education materials, work with children’s groups and many other aspects of our outreach program. This internship provides the opportunity to learn more about local wildlife, human impacts on these animals and their habitats, and the work of a wildlife rehabilitation center.
On-site housing and a stipend are provided.
Applicants should be 18 or over and live within our region so they can easily visit Wolf Hollow for an on-site interview.
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