Pine Animal Park in Albion, Indiana is a non-profit exotic animal
sanctuary, a "last chance" refuge for animals in need. They exist to
give rescued and retired exotic animals a safe haven, and to educate
people and enhance their knowledge of exotic and endangered species,
and responsible pet ownership.
will gain practical experience working with lions, tigers, leopards,
cougars, chimpanzees, monkeys, macaws, bobcats, camels, cockatoos,
reptiles, and more. Interns will be involved in conducting
educational programs for guests by providing guided tours to park
visitors and traveling to area schools and businesses to raise
awareness about the sanctuary's mission.
unpaid internship program offers college students the opportunity to
learn about exotic animal care in a hands-on environment. Interns will
gain invaluable experience in many aspects of animal husbandry and
enrichment, business administration, communication and interpersonal
skills. Click on the internship information link below to find out how
to apply for an internship at Black Pine Animal Park.