Snowdon offers intern positions throughout the year. These are typically opportunities for college students studying some aspect related to animals and wildlife, including wildlife majors, veterinarians, biologists, etc. Many colleges have allowed the experience to be included as a credited course.
Interns live on-site at Snowdon, located in the mountains just outside McCall, ID. Interns learn and provide all aspects of wildlife care at the sanctuary, as well as assist visitors in the Education Center. Interns are not paid wages or salaries, but a small stipend is usually provided.
This photo shows Intern Jeri releasing a bear cub into a sanctuary enclosure.
Are you ready for a rewarding experience as a Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary Intern? If so, click HERE to open the application form.
Need more information? Email Snowdon at firstname.lastname@example.org.