Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation Launches Internship Program

Posted on 5 March 2008 by Dawn Keller

Calling all pre-vet, wildlife conservation and related students. Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation just launched its internship program!

Join us for a unique opportunity to learn about wildlife rehabilitation, animal handling, and the natural history of wildlife species that are either year-round residents of Illinois or migrants passing through the area on their twice-annual journey. Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation, the largest privately-funded wildlife rehabilitation center in the Chicago area, treats over 2,500 wild animals each year ranging from predator species like hawks, owls, falcons, fox and coyote to the tiniest birds like hummingbirds and warblers to big birds like herons and pelicans.

We are offering full-time and part-time positions. Part-time positions are available at both our downtown Chicago and suburban Barrington locations. Full-time positions include learning experiences at both locations.

Get ahead of other vet school applicants by broadening your experience to include wildlife while helping to save the lives of our wild neighbors. Visit the internship page on our website at for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.

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