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We are currently accepting new interns & volunteers.

VOLUNTEERS AND INTERNS

We always welcome volunteers and interns!  Internships can be completed to meet your University's guidelines to earn credit.

There is no difference between a volunteer and intern position, except interns receive University credit.

You must be at least 18 years old to volunteer with us.

Volunteers and interns help out with the day-to-day activities.  These include animal husbandry, landscaping, maintenance and educational outreach, and can range anywhere from cleaning, to scrubbing/filling waters, feeding, giving tours, building new enclosures, and facility maintenance.  Volunteers and interns will also gain knowledge of rehabilitation techniques and practices, as we rehab many mammals and birds throughout the year.

 

After a volunteer/intern has volunteered for 20 hours, they have the potential to work with the animals (at the discretion of Staff, and never without a staff member present). 

Please apply below, filling out an application and uploading a copy of your resume! 

Email any questions to tara@redwolf.org

Filling out an application does not guarantee that you will receive a volunteer or intern position.

Currently, all volunteer and internship positions are unpaid and unfortunately we cannot provide housing at this time.

For interns and volunteers, a vaccination for COVID-19 is highly preferred, but not required at this time.

We are currently hiring for a Keeper Position. 

Red Wolf Sanctuary is seeking keepers to provide animal care, outreach, and associated responsibilities.

Keepers are hourly employees with the potential to work up to 40 hours/week and to promote into leadership roles.  Starting wage is anticipated to be $20/hour, but this may be dependent on experience. 

Responsibilities include providing routine animal care (providing food and water, cleaning enclosures, some limited clinical care), outreach (leading tours/ giving presentations), food processing (including some butchering), routine enclosure maintenance, grounds upkeep (moving, trimming, weeding), training volunteers, enclosure construction, and associated paperwork.

Successful applicants must have experience working with a variety of animals and excellent communication skills; they must be able to lift 50 pounds and to walk on uneven ground.

Ideal candidates will have experience working with wild animals, with construction, with public speaking, and with operating heavy (farm) machinery. 

To apply please provide a copy of your resume and brief cover letter to redwolfsanctuary@redwolf.org

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