Successful candidates will be:
in a broad varity of insects and envoirnmental awareness.
Enrolled in or completed a college or
University in zoology animal, envoirnment related, biology or other related fields.
in a career related to animal husbandry.
Extreemly self motivated with a desire to educate.
Able to submit a resume with reference letter and a letter outlining why you are interested in the program, your
availablity education back ground and where you herd about the program.
Able to secure any funds
needed for relocation and other necessary living expenses for the entire placement.
be in good physical shape with no alergies, able to work in all weather conditions.
may include weekends and evenings.
Research project: Interns are also responsible for researching
and presenting a topic of their relevent interest. Interns will present a short oral presentation to volunteers, staff and
friends at the end of their internship. Topics may include: Nutrition - Husbandry techniqes - diseases - anatomy - habitat
- construction and maintenence.
Placement dates from March to October, depending on
your school requirments we are flexible with dates for your school.
Good luck and thankyou to
all our applicants. Send resume letters of intent and references either by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or snailmail: To Ian Critchell 501 Athol St Whitby, ON L1N 3Z7 or Ian Critchell 175 Ballyduff Rd Pontypool
ON L0A 1K0