[MARMAM] Sea Life Park Hawaii Internships Spring 2017
kandace.campbell at PalaceEntertainment.com
Mon Aug 15 19:57:08 PDT 2016
Sea Life Park Hawaii Internships Spring 2017
Sea Life Park Hawai'i offers several types of un-paid internship opportunities near Honolulu, including: Marine Mammal Care & Training, Reef & Sea Turtle Care & Training, Seabird Care & Rehabilitation, Veterinary Technician, and Educator Experiences. Many interns receive course credit for their internships. We will be happy to work with your college or university to develop a program tied to your academic goals.
Our internships are ideal for students who love marine mammals and want hands–on experience working with them. Internships may also involve research projects within an assigned group. Those working within the marine mammals and our Reef Life departments will also have the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge of animal training through a unique phase training program. This allows individuals to familiarize themselves with the training techniques and terminology used at Sea Life Park Hawai'i. All of our animal related internships require our interns to participate in food preparation for the animals of the park, so applicants must be comfortable working with frozen fish.
Marketing & Sales Experience
Interns will gain experience and assist the Marketing Manager & Group Sales Manager with the assembly of marketing campaigns and materials and administrative duties for all Sea Life Park Local Promotions & Group events. Marketing Interns will assist in the coordination of print advertisements, online advertisements, and photo and content upload to Park’s Facebook page when needed. Interns will provide assistance where needed for film shoots, group events and or administrative tasks.
Photo & Video Experience
Interns will gain experience operating both photo and DVD equipment to produce images of guests during their interactive programs and luaus. Interns will capture photos and videos of guests with dolphins, sea lions, sting rays, and even sharks! Interns will have the opportunity to be trained from an experienced team while learning how to edit photos, videos, and maintain equipment.
These interns will get to work primarily with dolphins. Aloha Interns have the opportunity to assist with dolphin training, husbandry, interactive programs, and observe some of our younger dolphins learning new behaviors. If your main focus is dolphins and learning about guest interactions, this is the internship for you!
Cove Interns will work with dolphins and sea lions involved in our shows, exhibits, and interactive programs. These interns get to assist in training, husbandry, and interactive sessions with dolphins, as well as learn basic showmanship and show production skills during the daily Sea Life Park Hawai'i Dolphin Cove Show. Interns also assist in the daily training, care, and educational presentations with our sea lions and penguins.
Interns in the Hawaiian Experience get to assist with husbandry, training, and shows involving our dolphins, sea lions, and penguins. Interns may also assist with basic husbandry of our Monk Seals and help trainers during our sea lion interactive program. If you are interested in shows and have a love for sea lions this is the internship for you!
These interns will work with our in-house and outreach education programs. In our classroom, interns have the opportunity to assist with program instruction and curriculum development at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Interns also participate in park activities, the development of guest educational and interactive displays, and community programs.
Reef Life Experience
These interns will work with sea turtles, stingrays, sharks, and reef fish in our exhibits and interactive programs. Sea Life Park’s successful Green Sea Turtle breeding colony is the only such program in the United States, and is responsible for releasing between 200–800 hatchlings into the wild each year. Hatchlings raised in the park or loaned to other qualified aquariums provide a unique way to increase public awareness about the Honu and inspires new ambassadors for this species.
Veterinary Technician Experience
Applicants must have some previous veterinary technician experience.
Interns will work with a large variety of marine mammals, as well as penguins, sea turtles, reef fish, and seabirds. In our veterinary department, interns assist our staff with the husbandry and treatment of all animals housed in the park. Interns also help with lab procedures, sample processing, and record keeping.
Interns work with a large variety of healthy and rehabilitating seabirds. At our Seabird Sanctuary, interns assist in the husbandry and treatment of non-releasable species of seabirds. At our Seabird Rehabilitation Center, interns help our veterinary staff with seabird medical treatments, husbandry, and reintroduction into the wild.
Internship Program Candidate Requirements
1. Be at least 18 years of age
2. Be enrolled in or have graduated from a university or college
3. Commit to the full internship time period
4. Be able to financially support herself or himself(internships are un-paid, but lunches are included daily)
5. Have strong swimming skills and physically able to work in in-water interactive programs with marine mammals and other species
6. Be comfortable with public speaking
7. Be comfortable handling frozen fish
Accepted applicants must:
Attend all required seminars and training courses
1. Commit to a minimum of 40 hours per week (including nights and weekends)
2. Be able to lift 50lbs.
Application Packets must include:
2. Two letters of recommendation
3. College transcript(s) – an unofficial copy is fine
4. Statement of interest
5. CV or resume
Statement of Interest
Please include a 1–2 page typed statement of interest that explains your reasons for applying, your background information, your interests, your academic and field related experiences, your personal goals for the Sea Life Park Hawai'i internship.
To apply for a Sea Life Park Hawai'i Internship Program, download and complete the application below, attach all required materials, and mail to the address below or to:
education at sealifeparkhawaii.com <mailto:education at sealifeparkhawaii.com> .
Download Internship application<http://www.sealifeparkhawaii.com/sites/sealife.com/files/2016%20Intern%20Application.pdf>
Sea Life Park Hawai'i
41-202 Kalaniana'ole Highway #7
Waimanalo, Hawai'i 96795
**Be sure to save a copy of your application. Your application will not be processed unless your transcripts, letters of recommendation, resume, and statement of interest are included. Due to the high number of applicants, you may not be accepted into your first internship choice.
Internship Availability Dates
January 3-May 26, 2017
September 30, 2016
Sea Life Park Hawaii
41-202 Kalanianaole Hwy #7
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795
Email: kandace.campbell at sealifeparkhawaii.com<mailto:kandace.campbell at sealifeparkhawaii.com>
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