Intern at the Zoo
Intern at the Zoo
Roger Williams Park Zoo offers a wide variety of internship programs, from veterinary and animal care to education, marketing and public relations, and more. Our internships are unpaid, but offer valuable hands-on experience.
Marketing & PR Internship
Marketing and Public Relations interns will gain broad experience in the field as they assist the Zoo's Marketing and Public Relations department with special events, media relations, sponsorship and marketing initiatives and programs, and advertising. This is an unpaid internship. College students and recent graduates welcome. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
We are accepting applicants for Fall 2014.
Video/Photography interns will gain broad experience in videography and photography as they assist the Marketing and Public Relations Department in the capturing and distrubuting of images and film for the Zoo. This is an unpaid internship. College students and recent graduates welcome. Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and examples of past work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are accepting applicants for Summer 2014.
Veterinary externships are only available for students enrolled in veterinary or veterinary technician school. The externship is intended to fulfill clinical rotation requirements per the individual’s school curriculum, commonly the year preceding graduation. Interested applicants should direct inquiries to the Veterinary Department via e-mail at email@example.com.
Animal Care Internship
Interns participating in the Animal Care Internship Program are responsible for working directly with the Roger Williams Park Zoo animal care staff. This internship is a wonderful, hands-on experience designed to educate people interested in careers with animals and conservation. Interns rotate through the different animal areas of the Zoo. This is a volunteer position. It is unpaid and there is no housing provided. If you have questions regarding this internship, please email the Manger of Volunteer Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now accepting applications for Fall 2014 - Deadline is July 1st
The Interpretation Intern reports to the Manager of Interpretation and Graphics. This division of the Education Department is responsible for the educational experience of our general Zoo visitors. The Interpretation Intern will focus on supporting and developing programs for the general visitor. If you have questions regarding this internship, please email the Manager of Volunteer Resources at email@example.com.
Now accepting applicants for Summer 2014 - Deadline April 1st.
Our Big Backyard Internship
The “Our Big Backyard Intern” is a competitive program and a valued member of “Our Big Backyard” exhibit team. Primarily responsible for observing and facilitating children’s play experiences as well as providing resources for zoo patrons in the activity play spaces located within the “Our Big Backyard” exhibit. Interns in this area get additional experience assisting with volunteer coordination, visitor study, and guest engagement evaluations. Must be enthusiastic, willing to learn, and foster a safe environment for our patrons. Please see job description for internship details. If you have questions regarding this internship, please email the Children’s Zoo Program Manager, Chris Hitchener, at firstname.lastname@example.org.