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Indraloka Animal Sanctuary Internship Opportunity

We are accepting applications for an Education Programs Intern! If you want to work with youth and animals, this is a fantastic opportunity to experience teaching and learning first hand. This unpaid position is for 3 months. Indraloka will work with colleges and universities to offer credits for internship hours.

The Education Intern reports to the Education Director and will be responsible for assisting with day camps, field trips, events, and tours.

The ideal candidate is:

Committed to and passionate about Indraloka’s mission, vision, and values Disciplined

Cooperative, Compassionate, Reliable, Organized, Motivated

Able to understand and precisely follow oral and written directions

An excellent communicator, both orally and in writing

Able to work in a busy and ever-changing environment

An advocate for veganism

Committed to environmental responsibility

Additionally, the candidate must have a valid driver’s license, pass criminal history, child abuse, and FBI clearances.

Please email your cover letter and resume to jobs@indraloka.org.