The intern will split time between the interpretation team delivering informal front of house education for 20 hours a week and with the mammal staff for 20 hours a week. Interns assist the mammals department and acquire the first-hand knowledge needed to interpret these ASLC exhibits. The nature of this internship gives you far more knowledge about mammal husbandry and the life history of the ASLC mammal species than other interpreters, the goal is to learn and share with others. The intern is required to work a flexible schedule to accommodate variable hours, including early mornings, evenings and weekends as needed. Under the guidance of Mammal and Interpretation staff, the intern will be trained and expected to perform the

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