Conservation Education and Marketing Internship
The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) is a teaching hospital and visitor center dedicated to saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine. CROW offers an opportunity for students interested in pursuing careers in environmental education, communications, or other related conservation fields. The intern will learn about CROW on an organizational level and apply the information at public speaking engagements and outreach events. Students will also learn about the impact of strategic story telling through social media outlets and community partnerships with local newspaper and media companies.
Roles and Responsibilities*:
- Regularly deliver presentations in CROW’s visitor center and lead guided tours of CROW’s hospital and rehabilitation grounds
- Assist with creation of educational materials for CROW’s visitor center and outreach events
- Facilitate quality guest experiences and promote future support of CROW and its mission
- Assist with husbandry and maintenance of education exhibits and CROW’s animal ambassadors
- Assist with uploading content to website and contributing submissions to e-newsletter
- Assist with content development for social media platforms (ie: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram)
- Provide insight and ideas for media stories such as newspaper articles and weekly news segments
- Attend and assist with a variety of offsite programs and events.
Housing is available on CROW's campus for out of area interns.
Computer and other equipment is provided.