[MARMAM] IFAW Marine Mammal Stranding Internships

Patchett, Kristen kpatchett at ifaw.org
Thu Sep 6 12:13:27 PDT 2018

The International Fund for Animal Welfare is accepting applications for Winter / Spring 2019 Marine Mammal Stranding Internships.

Winter Session 2018 (January 15, 2019 - mid/ late May 2019 )
Complete Applications due: October 1, 2018

Program Background
IFAW is an international non-profit organization. This internship is based out of our International Operations Center in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, USA. IFAW's Marine Mammal Rescue and Research program is a federally authorized program dedicated to marine mammal stranding response on Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts. Our division's mission is to promote the conservation of marine mammal species and their habitat by improving the rescue and humane care of stranded marine mammals, advancing stranding science, and increasing public awareness through education. Cape Cod is a marine mammal stranding "hot spot," with an average of over 240 strandings occurring each year. These strandings include live and dead seals, whales, porpoises, and dolphins.

Only complete applications will be considered.  Please click on the link below for more information and to submit an application.

Kristen Patchett CVT | Stranding Coordinator
Marine Mammal Rescue and Research
IFAW - International Fund for Animal Welfare
International Operations Center
290 Summer Street - Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
tel. 1.508.744.2171 email. kpatchett at ifaw.org<mailto:kpatchett at ifaw.org>

Saving Animals in Crisis Around the World www.ifaw.org<http://www.ifaw.org/>

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