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The Maryland Zoo Internships
Interns must be able to complete a minimum of 100 hours of work within the internship term, averaging 8-16 hours per week. The internship is unpaid and for college credit only. There is no reimbursement for transportation or housing. Internships offer students an opportunity to develop professional skills and learn about on-the-job responsibilities in their career field of interest.
Internships are offered in a variety of departments, including Animal Behavior and Training, Animal Keeper, Veterinarian Technician, Graphic Design, Public Relations, New Media and Visual Communications, Education Instructor, and Volunteer Management and Administrative Support. To apply, candidates must complete an online application and also furnish a school transcript, cover letter, resume, and proof of internship credit.
The Maryland Zoo opened in 1876 in Baltimore, Maryland, and today is a 135 acre park located in historic Druid Hill Park in the northwestern area of the city. It is home to over 2,000 animals and is considered to be the third oldest zoological park in the United States.
The location is usually in MARYLAND.