Work days can include the following tasks:
Animal Care: Poop scooping, feeding, water, raw meat prep, enrichment activities, and help with medical procedures (if qualified).
Maintenance: Enclosure repair, sanctuary maintenance, electrical work, mechanical work, use of power tools for various projects, use of chainsaws for fire mitigation.
Education: Help with educational programs, monitor and/or handle ambassador animals, answer questions from the public about the Sanctuary, set up and break down tabling events, sell merchandise.
Administrative Assistance: You will be assisting our Director of Development with fund raising, donor relations, and any administrative work that she may need help with. You will be learning about the inner workings of a 501(c)3 non-profit sanctuary.
For the duration of your internship, your supervisors will be Volunteer Coordinator Mark Speth and Animal Caretaker Michelle Proulx.
For the safety of the wolves, staff, volunteers, and interns, W.O.L.F. maintains a high level of standards and accountability. Please make sure to review our intern policies listed below prior to applying.