Country
Ireland
Employment Type
Intern
Contract Length
1-3 Months 3-6 Months
Compensation
Unpaid
Non Profit
No
Industry
Animal Science Ecology Environmental Studies Veterinary Wildlife Sciences

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Job Description

For those interested in working with animals and wildlife, Dublin has an unexpectedly rich biodiversity with a variety of ecosystems, including bird sanctuaries, beaches, and nature reserves. Those interns wishing to work with more exotic animals can work at Dublin’s educational zoo, the oldest in Europe. There are also opportunities for international interns to work with domestic animals with veterinarians, or with charities working with guide dogs or therapeutic riding for the disabled. Being on the coast, Dublin also offers the chance to get up close and personal with seals at a sanctuary, or work with whale and dolphin conservation.

Benefits

- An internship tailored to your specific career goals
- Free or at-cost access to weekly social events with your fellow Connect-123 program participants
- Comprehensive Dublin orientation upon arrival
- Assistance in arranging housing
- Pre-trip Dublin information pack
- Airport pick up
- Advice, support, and guidance before, during, and after your stay
- 24/7 Emergency assistance
- Lifetime Connect-123 Alumni group membership, connecting you with program graduates around the world for advice and opportunities