WildCare Inc. now accepting Volunteers and 2015 Summer internship applications

Internships:

WildCare Inc. is now accepting applications for Summer internships. Our wildlife rehabilitation center is located here in Bloomington, IN. A commitment of only 20 hours a week from May 11th to August 17th is required which allows you to not only work with wildlife but still take classes!!! We do require 3 training days prior to in-season to prepare you for the baby season on April 18th, May 9th, and May 10th, 2015. In many cases you can get course credit for the internship through CISAB. Ask a Biology advisor for more information. Email us at bioadv at indiana . edu

We are looking for motivated individuals who would like to learn how to work with Native Wildlife of Indiana. During your time as a summer intern you will have the opportunity to learn how to work with various types of baby birds, reptiles, and mammals. If you are able to stand for long periods of time, can lift 50lbs and aren’t afraid of getting dirty or hard work this is a great opportunity for you. Due to the large amount of animals received during the baby season we have several openings for interns. We will accept and review applications until all spots are filled. If interested please see the attached application: Intern application

Volunteering:

Are you looking for something to do that would help build your resume or CV but don’t have the time to do an internship? Do you enjoy the idea of caring for injured or orphaned wildlife, so they receive a second chance? Then think about volunteering at WildCare where you can build a unique skill set while helping wildlife. WildCare accepts volunteers year around. We are currently looking for individuals to start volunteering so they can receive training for baby season which can start as early as mid March and will continue until Sept. Volunteers are asked to commit a 3-4 hour commitment  for a minimum of 1 day a week. For more information please email info@wildcareinc.org or find out facebook page.

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