Agency:Audubon Nature Institute
Contact: Brenda Walkenhorst
Descriptions: The Education Conservation Intern is responsible for creating educational activities for visitors and zoo education program participants with a focus on conservation. In general, duties will include assisting full-time education staff in developing guest programming and/or summer day camp curriculum. There may be opportunities for conducting informal public presentations, and there may be administrative duties as needed. Opportunities for program animal handling, interpretive materials design may also be available. The Education Conservation Intern will encourage the public to think and to learn about animals, habitats and conservation by helping them interpret Audubon Zoo’s collection. The Education Conservation Intern is expected to complete a conservation based project by the end of the internship.
Product of Partnership: Student will complete at least one conservation themed activity for either a zoo guest encounter or zoo camp curriculum
Final Product Special Instructions:Student will complete at least one conservation themed activity for either a zoo guest encounter or zoo camp curriculum
This service activity is availble for Service learning students Intern students Volunteers.
Students allowed to take pictures or video.
Minimum Service Hours per month: 20
Minimum Positions: 1
Check-in at the site: Check in with Intern Supervisor
Students track their hours at site: Timesheets
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