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"At the Kings Park Animal Hospital I learned so much because the staff was very patient and willing to teach me."

Marissa Ruppel

Internships & Careers

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Welcome to UVM's Department of Animal Science Internships and Careers website. The purpose of this website is to help animal science students identify opportunities that will enrich their education and prepare them for fulfilling animal-related careers.

In addition to finding information about animal-related internship programs and opportunities, you will also find resources and ideas to help locate internships not listed on this site, summer jobs, study abroad opportunities and continuing education opportunities.

If you would like help or additional information you are encouraged to make an appointment with Fran Kinghorn, ASCI Internship Coordinator, Room 107C Terrill Building.

PLEASE NOTE:   Internship listings on this web site are here to inform students of opportunities that are available in all fields of animal science. While the Animal Science Department at the University of Vermont fully supports all work and efforts to promote animal welfare, it does not condone all animal rights agendas.

Riverglen Tigers in West Fork, AR

Tim Willard

"I went to Riverglen not really knowing what to expect, but I came out with knowledge and experience unparalleled to any previous learning environment."

Tim Willard spent a month working at Riverglen Tigers, a tiger refugee sancutuary in West Fork, Arkansa.

The Whale Center of New England

Whale Center of New England

"It is difficult to decide the best experiences here at the Whale Center because I have loved every minute of it."

Laura Cupicha spent her summer doing field research for The Whale Center of New England, a non-profit organization dedicated to the research, conservation, and education of humpback whales in the Gulf of Maine.

"This summer has been one of the most valuable and rewarding times of my life."

Katerhine Carton-Bacon spent her summer working at Moose Haven Farm where she cared for sheep and goats.

Moose Haven Farm Internship

Carlton-Bacon



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