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Carnivores Intern (Fall 2024)

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Company/Organization: Zoo Atlanta


Zoo Atlantas Mammal Department plays an integral role in the Zoos mission by providing informative, educational and engaging experiences; being respectful and responsible stewards of animals and the physical and financial assets entrusted to us; and engaging in related conservation activities and research.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This voluntary internship program provides qualified individuals with professional experience in the daily care of the departments animals and the opportunity to support animal care staff. The main role of interns, regardless of the season, is to work with animal care staff to keep areas clean, thus helping contribute to the welfare of the animals. Animal contact is not guaranteed to any intern and depending upon the area in which the intern is assigned, animal contact may be prohibited.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Mammal department interns are supervised by animal care staff within the department. In addition to assisting with cleaning, some interns may have the opportunity to be involved with public presentations, diet preparation, animal feeding and special projects, including the creation and implementation of enrichment items. Interns in the Mammal Department will be exposed to a wide variety of species, such hoofstock, elephants, and large carnivores, and should be comfortable working around these species. Assignments and opportunities that are available to a Mammal Department intern are based on individual progress during the internship.

Provide support to Mammal Department staff
Enhance productivity and efficiency of the Mammal Department team
Allow qualified individuals the opportunity to gain professional experience as a keeper intern at a world-class zoological facility
Provide an opportunity to gain a strong understanding of potential careers in animal husbandry, training and conservation education.


Must be 18 years of age or older (Upper Classman and recent college graduates are preferred)
Must be able to work 24-32 hours/week
Must be able to work approximately 8 hours per day on assigned days
Must be able to work quietly, efficiently and safely around live animals
Must provide proof of negative TB test and be willing to submit to a background check


24-32 hrs/week

Start Date:


End Date:

, 12/20/24

Additional Info:
Fall 2024 Term Schedule:
Applications due: Wednesday, June 19
Determination letters sent by Friday, July 26
Term: August 27 December 20
zoo    zoology    animals    animal  care    veterinary    conservation    habitat 
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