The Zoomobile is the outreach division of the education department which travels throughout the state to deliverconservationbased educational programs to a multitude of audiences using live animals as education ambassadors. The Zoomobile department oversees the daily husbandry and management of more than 65 animals representing over 30 species including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates.
Requires 20-30 hours per week working full 8 hour days (3-4 days per week). Start after Memorial Day and end Labor Day (flexibility with start and end dates). College credit required.
Responsibilities for the Zoomobile Internship include cleaning, husbandry, diet preparation, feeding, observing, charting, interpreting, and developing educational tools. Additional responsibilities include assisting in Zoomobile programs, volunteer encounters, and Zoo Camp demonstrations.
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