ANSC Career E-Letter 

February 18, 2013

From the Desk of Barry Delks
Animal Sciences Careers Website
All Current Full-Time Positions
All Current Internship Positions
College of Ag Interview Opportunities
Employers by Concentration/Species
All-Campus Career Information


Career Fairs

Full-time Positions

Part-time Positions

Internships/Summer Work
1. Zoo Education Internships
2. Wyoming Summer Ranch Hand Position
3. Indiana Horse Racing Commission Summer Internships
4. Junior Scholars Summer Reseach Program
5. Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center Summer Internships

Study Abroad

Club Callouts

Leadership Development


Internships/ Summer Work

1. Zoo Education Internships

Columbian Park Zoo is looking for energetic students to assist the Education Department with camps and classes throughout the year. Interns will gain practical experience in lesson planning, office management, interpretation, and interactive animal presentations. This is a FUN internship experience!

When: Internships are available in the spring, summer, and fall of every year


For more information or to view application materials,
Call: 765-807-1543 or

2. Wyoming Summer Ranch Hand Position

Team player in hay farming, fence repair and building, hay irrigation with pivots, gated pipe, and wheel line is needed at a horse and cattle operation on an upscale Guest Ranch. This is a great experience, but please do not apply if you only want to cowboy!

Duration: Seasonal job to end of October, housing provided in bunkhouse, but not meals, a NO TOBACCO RANCH.

Reuirements: Experience in these areas is a must, especially with hay farming.

Hours: 5 1/2 days per week

To apply, visit: and look under THE RANCH and ABOUT US. A good record, strong recommendation, and a background check are required.

Location: Ten Sleep, WY

Compensation: $1500/mo; housing, kitchen, washer dryer in bunkhouse, but no meals provided

3. Indiana Horse Racing Commission Summer Internships

The Indiana Horse Racing Commission is offering two Summer Internships positions!



Send your information and any questions to:
Kelly L. Peine
Standardbred Breed Development Coordinator

4. Junior Scholars Summer Research Program

This is a summer reseach opportunity in the Animal Sciences Department for undergraduate and high school students considering a career in research (you get paid!). Each undergraduate student will be paired with a graduate student mentor to assist in a research project. Opportunites are broad (basic to applied… nutrition to behavior).

Application Materials:

Turn in application to:
Pat Jonas (ANSC Office) or
Meliza Ward

Deadline: April 1st (strict deadline)

Questions? Contact:
Meliza or

5. Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center Summer Internships

Wildcat Creek Wildlife Centeraccepting resumes for summer 2013 internships. Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center also has numerous non-paid volunteer opportunies available on their website.

For a Full Description of the internship, visit:

Send a cover letter, resume, and questions to:
Denise Hays
Assistant Director at Wildcat Creek Wildlife Center

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