Intern at the HAR Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Wildlife Rehabilitation Internships Available!

The Humane Animal Rescue Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is seeking students who are interested in working as rehabilitation assistants.

  • We are a fully licensed wildlife rehabilitation center that treats over 4,000 animals per year. Our mission is to release healthy animals back into the wild.
  • Internships include learning to give comprehensive physical exams, prescribing treatments, providing daily husbandry and nutrition for various native species.
  • Interns are taught to properly handle wild animals such as hawks, owls, and various mammals.
  • A commitment of 15-20 hours per week is required. The center is open 7 days a week, so scheduling is very flexible.
  • Candidates must have excellent communications skills, basic computer skills, and be able to work alone and in groups.
  • Students in the biological and environmental sciences fields are preferred.

If you’d rather drip off a printed questionnaire, you can download it here.

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Summer Internships

Application dates: March 1st – April 1st

  • Applications for summer internships will not be accepted before March 1st or after April 1st.
  • Interviews will be offered as applications are received on a first-come, first-served basis.

Starting date of internship: May 1st – 14th
Ending date of internship: August 14th – 28th



Fall Internships

Application dates: July 1st – August 1st

  • Applications for summer internships will not be accepted before July 1st or after August 1st.
  • Interviews will be offered as applications are received on a first-come, first-served basis.

Starting date of internship: September 1st – 14th
Ending date of internship: December 4th – 18th



Spring Internships

Application dates: November 1st – December 1st

  • Applications for summer internships will not be accepted before November 1st or after December 1st.
  • Interviews will be offered as applications are received on a first-come, first-served basis.

Starting date of internship: January 1st – 14th
Ending date of internship: May 1st – 14th

Apply for a Wildlife Internship

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Other Programs

We are committed to offering unique programming to foster an appreciation for animals among the public, and to ensure the well-being of pets in the region.

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Behavior and Training Classes

To love your dog is to learn with your dog! Obedience classes and programs at Humane Animal Rescue are uniquely designed for all of your dog’s training needs.

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Special Classes

Humane Animal Rescue is proud to offer specialty classes and programs for animal advocates of all ages.

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Lost and Found Pets

We understand how stressful it is when an animal goes missing. We are here to help.

Read More

Education Programs

The community relies on Humane Animal Rescue as a resource to care for animals, both wild and domestic.

Read More

Internships

Humane Animal Rescue’s Education Department is seeking students who are interested in working with the education department staff to learn about how we teach the public about animals.

Read More

Other Programs

We are committed to offering unique programming to foster an appreciation for animals among the public, and to ensure the well-being of pets in the region.

Read More

Behavior and Training Classes

To love your dog is to learn with your dog! Obedience classes and programs at Humane Animal Rescue are uniquely designed for all of your dog’s training needs.

Read More

Special Classes

Humane Animal Rescue is proud to offer specialty classes and programs for animal advocates of all ages.

Read More