Education Internship

Join us as an Education Intern at Wildlife Images and help inspire the next generation of Animal Advocates!

 

At Wildlife Images we are dedicated to fulfilling our mission of Saving Wildlife through Involving, Educating and Inspiring people. Our Wildlife Academy offers programs for all ages beginning with our cornerstone day camp, Camp EEK. Each year this program sells out and parents beg to be bumped up on the wait list so their children can experience the magic of place-based environmental education. We allow children to go WILD for the summer as they hang out with Animal Ambassadors, play games, make cool crafts and explore the outdoors. Camp EEK! at Wildlife Images provides a safe and engaging place for kids to experience hands-on learning centered on wildlife, nature, and conservation. Each week is themed with a unique curriculum that highlights the wonders of the natural world.

Summer Education Intern

Work outside with resident Animal Ambassadors around our 24 acre park, host activities and Ambassador Experiences with our students, mentor Junior Keepers, work alongside our education staff to develop and implement a variety of educational curriculum.

 

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Internship Duties and Application

 

Our internships are highly competitive and we require all interns to
work full-time, unpaid for 16 weeks.

 

Ideal candidates are those interested in becoming Environmental Educators with a passion for wildlife conservation. Those with a background in General Education may also apply. Applicants must also be enthusiastic about working with children and have experience working with children in a professional or educational setting. 

 

Intern Experience Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age to apply
  • Have experience in Environmental Education or in a General Education setting
  • Have experience working with children
  • Must be able to work independently and cohesively with co-workers
  • Work safely, quickly, efficiently and calmly under stressful conditions and handle multiple responsibilities while following directions and protocols
  • Represent Wildlife Images professionally at all times

Housing –

Wildlife Images cannot offer on-site housing to summer Education Interns. Interns interested in this position must be willing to commute or find independent housing. 

Location – 

We are located in Southern Oregon, approximately 12 miles from the town of Grants Pass, with a population of about 35,000.  Grants Pass has shopping, movie theaters and restaurants.