2014 Summer Field Program - Experience the Marine Biology of the Gulf of Mexico deadline - May 2, 2014

GCRL's Summer Field Program provides undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to learn about coastal environments in an intensive field and lab based setting. On-site amenities include research vessels, dormitory, dining hall, research labs, library, and a specimen museum. Make your plans today to attend the 2014 Summer Field Program and gain an experience of a lifetime!

For more information on the 2014 GCRL Summer Field Program visit: http://www.usm.edu/gcrl/summer_field/index.php

 

Exotic Cat Internship  Deadline - November 1, 2014

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is a no-kill facility dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned and unwanted big cats. The refuge is located in NW Arkansas is seeking a full-time, 6 months Intern Keeper. The refuge is a non-profit facility of over 100 rescued exotic cats. Work is often physically demanding. Applicants must be self-motivated, with high desire to provide the best care available to animals. Applicants must also be observant and able to keep detailed records. The ability to work in a team environment or independently is important. A degree in Zoology, Biology or related field is preferred, but experience with exotic animal husbandry may be considered. Twelve positions are opened each internship. Internships run every six months. If you are looking for a full-time internship working around big cats you just may have found it.

For complete information please follow link:

http://www.turpentinecreek.org/index.php/opportunities/internships-a-vol...