Conservation Education Employment/Internship Opportunities
We are currently accepting applications for the following job opportunities:
- Conservation Education College Internship Opportunities
- High School Assistant Volunteer Opportunities
Conservation Education College Internship Opportunities
The Zoological Society of Milwaukee’s Conservation Education Department is pleased to provide paid internship opportunities for current college students or recent graduates as part of our summer enrichment (Zoo Camp) programs. Interns hired will help educate children ages 2-14 about science, animals, and conservation through interactive teaching strategies.
Successful candidates will assist instructors in classroom educational activities and lead Zoo tours, supervise and evaluate high school assistants (volunteers), prepare classroom materials, and other duties related to Zoo Camp as assigned. Interns will receive ongoing training and professional mentoring from Society Conservation Education staff. Internship positions are open to any major of study for those passionate about education, conservation, wildlife, natural resources, and/or social sciences. For questions, please email email@example.com.
High School Assistant Volunteer Opportunities
Are you 14-18 years old and interested in science, animals, working with kids, or simply volunteering in your community? The Zoological Society’s Conservation Education Department provides opportunities for high school students to volunteer in our Summer Zoo Camps. Selected students spend two consecutive weeks assisting with camp activities, Zoo tours and general prep with the guidance of a college mentor. The application window for Summer 2020 closed on April 1st. If you have interest in getting involved with us next summer, please follow this link to be added to the interest list. All individuals on the interest list will be contacted when the Summer 2021 application is posted. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.