Amphibian Veterinary Conservation Research Internship INTERNSHIP
The Houston Zoo is seeking a Veterinary Student Intern for our Houston Toad Conservation Program. The successful candidate will participate in the husbandry and medical care of captive Houston toads and work with zoo veterinarians and conservation biologists to design, implement, and complete a research project relating to the Houston toad recovery program.
This is a full time summer internship for the months of May-August, though exact start and finish dates are negotiable.
To apply, visit http://www.houstonzoo.org/internship/ and complete an application for the Vet Student Internship. For additional information, contact Dr. Maryanne Tocidlowski, Dipl. ACZM, Staff Veterinarian at the Houston Zoo: email@example.com.
Application questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline has been extended into March 2019.
For full Information: Vet Student Research Internship Descriptions for 2019
Posted 1-August-2017, updated February 21, 2018
EXOTIC PET MEDICINE AND SURGERY INTERNSHIP
Arizona Exotic Animal Hospital is a growing exotic pet, zoo, and wildlife exclusive hospital with 2 offices in Arizona. We still have one internship position available starting June 15th, 2018. Our team of well-trained doctors and staff provide high quality veterinary medical and surgical care to our unique and diverse patients. We do not see dogs and cats allowing us to focus more on the special individual needs of the variety of species we work with. We maintain a happy work environment where everyone enjoys coming to work and working together to accomplish both personal and professional growth and greatness.
Please send CV/resume including a cover letter and 2 veterinarian references to email@example.com by December 1st, 2017. Applicants will be notified by January 1st, 2018 of selection results.
Jay Johnson, DVM
For more information including salary and benefits:Internship announcement
NEW ENGLAND WILDLIFE CENTER
Interns are considered to be essential members of the healthcare team at the wildlife center. Their primary function is to assist the full-time staff in providing basic husbandry, diet, enrichment and medical care for all hospitalized and boarding animals at the center. They will deal with both wildlife and exotic pet species. Interns have the primary responsibility to perform the husbandry tasks for all of our animals. Interns work under the supervision of NEWC’s veterinary technicians and veterinarians.
If applying for the Summer season, the deadline is February 15th.If applying for the fall, winter and spring season, there is no deadline. Applicants are accepted or denied on a rolling basis.
6 month and 12 month Veterinary Internships
Every year the Wildlife Center will be offering a one year-long veterinary internship and a six-month veterinary internship for graduate veterinarians seeking further experience in conservation and wildlife medicine. Each intern will be supervised by the Hospital Director, a veterinary fellow, two licensed veterinary technicians, and two wildlife rehabilitators. Each intern will be involved in all aspects of wildlife medicine including physical exams, diagnostic sample collection, radiography, anesthesia, surgery, medical treatment, necropsy, husbandry, record maintenance, telephone consultations, on-call emergencies, and presentations at rounds. Each intern will also supervise senior veterinary students from various schools, volunteers, and the veterinary technician intern.
For more information: Wildlife Center of Virginia Information
Questions regarding the internship should be submitted to:
Dr. Ernesto Dominguez
Wildlife Center of Virginia
PO Box 1557 Waynesboro, VA 22980
Veterinary Internship in Wildlife & Conservation Medicine
The Department of Infectious Disease and Global Health, Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine (TCSVM), offers two paid internships in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine at its Wildlife Clinic housed in the Bernice Barbour Wildlife Medicine Building on Tufts’ North Grafton, MA campus.
The intern will spend the majority of her/his time on clinical service. Candidates for the internship must possess the DVM, VMD or equivalent degree.
Important dates: All applications must be received by November 2, 2018.
Online Applications should be submitted to: https://wildlife.tufts.edu/opportunities/internship-program
Hard Copy Applications should be submitted to:
Flo Tseng, DVM
Wildlife Clinic, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
200 Westboro Rd.
N. Grafton, MA 01536
For more information: 2019 internship information
Animal House of Chicago is offering internships with emphasis on exotic pets. This is a three doctor small animal practice in Chicago that sees 80% exotics of which 35% are reptiles and amphibians (approx. 10 reptile/amphibian patients per day), 30% birds, and 35% small mammals. Complete information on these opportunities can be obtained from: Animal House of Chicago, 2752 West Lawrence Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625. Phone 773-878-8002; Fax 773-878-0546 or E-mail:Exotxdr@aol.com. Visit the website AnimalHouseOfChicago.com
To list an internship, please contact ARAV here.
This program is designed to provide veterinary students and international veterinarians with practical experience in aspects of wild animal handling, medical management, and husbandry. Throughout the three-to-twelve week veterinary externship, externs will receive instruction and hands-on experience in anatomy, physical restraint, anesthesia, radiography, laboratory analysis, emergency triage, therapeutics, nutrition, wound management, surgery, and necropsy procedures. This externship emphasizes hands-on experience mentored by qualified wildlife veterinarians. This is a challenging program and we expect hard work and dedication from our students. In return, the Center promises to introduce externs to many aspects of clinical wildlife and conservation medicine in a friendly and professional teaching environment.
Interested students should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a résumé, a letter explaining career goals, proof of rabies vaccination or an adequate titer level within two years of the externship, and a completed WCV Externship Application Form. Following receipt of your application, we will confirm availability and proposed dates for the externship. Final confirmation will occur after we receive a $75 deposit to hold the externship dates. When accepted into the program, students will be sent a Veterinary Externship manual in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine.
Externship in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine
The Department of Infectious Disease and Global Health at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, offers an externship in Wildlife Medicine at its Wildlife Clinic housed in the Bernice Barbour Wildlife Medicine Building on Tufts’ North Grafton, MA campus. Candidates for the externship must be in their 4th year clinical rotations in order to be considered for this position. Applicants must attend AAVMC accredited veterinary schools. Students usually stay here for 2-4 week blocks between April-November, and are involved in every aspect of wildlife medicine from emergency on call duty, patient admissions, diagnostics and therapeutics, and anesthesia and surgery.
• a letter of interest
• current CV
• two letters of recommendation
• some suggested blocks of specific times that you’ll be available
Applications should be submitted to:
Flo Tseng, DVM
Wildlife Clinic, TCSVM
200 Westboro Rd.
N. Grafton, MA 01536
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