Communications Interns play a crucial role in increasing public awareness and  generating an understanding of the Wildlife Science Center and our mission. Internships will provide experience using media elements and marketing to build a story and share a cause. You will build your resume at a non-profit whose skills are sought by international, national, and regional institutions, regarding the care, handling, breeding, and ecological significance of wolves. Note: This internship will average 20 hours per week with a $75 stipend per week. Housing is not available for communications interns. Most work will be done on site for the first few weeks and may transition to work from home with weekly on site check ins. You must provide your own computer. Primary Internship Responsib

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