We are looking for volunteer interns to assist us with the following:
1) Research the following:
- current events and issues pertaining to Georgia wildlife, wildlife state regulations, and wildlife veterinary medicine policies
- current happenings and issues pertaining to Georgia wildlife rehabbers and rehab centers via social media and other methods
- any events, organizations, or issues that directly impact Georgia wildlife rehabbers and rehab centers
2) Promote our Georgia network of wildlife rehabbers, veterinary staffs, and volunteer transporters by assisting with recruitment and open communication including but not limited to:
- contacting local businesses, organizations, and individuals in the respective wildlife rehabber's community
- surveying pertinent parties via social media polls or cold canvassing
3) Promote any ongoing Georgia wildlife rehabber or WREN related fundraisers
4) Assist us with drafting educational material regarding humane wildlife-human conflict resolution, reuniting and renesting techniques, methods for harmoniously coexisting with wildlife
We prefer college students that need experience with communications and marketing, public relations, nonprofit development, or research. Please submit your resume by October 1st to email@example.com. Our dates are very flexible, and we will work with your school schedule even regarding how many months you can commit. We are looking for highly motivated individuals that can donate six to ten hours a week to help further our cause. If class credit or the like can be achieved, we will work with your school however we can to make sure you get the most out of this experience.
Experience with social media, infographics, MS and Google Excel, and cold canvassing is preferred but not necessary. The internship is a volunteer and virtual position.
Feel free to contact Liz Crandall at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
- Internet Research
- Public Speaking
- Relationship Building
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 19
- 3 to 6 months