Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley, MN

The Minnesota Zoo Student Internship Program is designed to provide technical or college level student interns with practical learning experiences and provide the opportunity for interns to consider entering or furthering zoological or public service careers. A student intern must be receiving academic credit from, or be fulfilling an academic requirement of an accredited Institution of Higher Education.

Internships are offered in a variety of program areas. Applications are accepted year-round from junior and senior students. All internships run 10 to 14 weeks, 30 to 40 hours a week, and are unpaid.

Biological Programs Internships include:

Animal Health

Veterinary Technician

Behavior Management/Close Encounters

Butterfly Garden

AFRICA! Internship Summer 2013

Aquariums

Marine Mammals

Northern Trail

Macaque Behavioral Study

Bird Department

Minnesota/Tropics Mammals

World of Birds Show

Zoomobile

Wells Fargo Family Farm

Other Zoo internships

For more info or to apply visit: http://www.mnzoo.com/global/internship_animal_man.asp

 

 


 

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