Looking for an entry level job or internship in animals? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
You could work in a zoo or aquarium, in a wildlife rehabilitation center, in a non-profit, in a national or state park, or with a company that provides goods or services for animals.
Many of these positions require a bachelor’s degree with a science background; courses in biology, chemistry, and zoology will be helpful.
Some positions that involve advanced study include zoologist, marine biologist, and veterinarian, but you can obtain a junior level position for some of these with a bachelor’s degree (for example, junior zoologist or biologist).
|Animal Care/Customer Care|
Capital Humane Society Lincoln, NE
|Director of Engineering - Animal Feed, Ag, Food/Beverage Additives|
Job Juncture Lexington, KY
|Animal Trainer (Part-Time)|
San Diego Humane Society Oceanside, CA
|Lab Animal Technician II|
Princeton University Princeton, NJ
|Animal Care Supervisor|
The Bionetics Corporation Jefferson, AR
|ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER|
Town Of Shelburne Shelburne Falls, MA
|Animal Control Officer|
HSV POA Hot Springs Village, AR
|Animal Care Manager|
Mr. Rouse Atlanta, GA
|Veterinarian, Small - Animal|
Blue Ridge Pet Clinic Lakeside, AZ
Dykhuis Farms Hamilton, MI
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