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9 de diciembre de 2019

¿Tienes un paper en camino? ¿Te gustaría que Wildlifemessengers (@wildlifemess) te hiciera un videoabstract gratis?

We are calling for proposals to our Video Abstract for Conservation #grant, which provides a free #videoabstract for the selected applicant(s). Many researchers lack financial resources that would help them reach out to a wider audience. We launch this grant with the intention of helping #nature #conservation #researchers to convey their messages to those who can use it to make a difference.
To apply, please follow this online form:

Application deadline: 15 December 2019

To watch some of the video abstracts we produced, please visit:

#ComunicaCiencia para inspirar: STEM Sisters


HMDT Music is seeking a science education specialist to develop a new science demonstration show based around the life and work of an individual or group of historical female scientists which links into the KS2 curriculum. The new show will be developed between February and July 2020 ready to tour primary schools from September 2020.

STEM Sisters celebrates the achievements of historical female mathematicians and scientists to inspire primary school children, especially girls with the stories of women whose pioneering work was so often unrecognised. It includes a range of research, schools and outreach interactive activities which use a cross-curriculum creative and approach to motivate learning and participation.

Following HMDT Music’s award-winning methodology and working in partnership with the Royal Institution, STEM Sisters combines a new multi-media performance piece in theatres, introducing the lives and work of several of these innovative women showcasing where possible related scientific techniques such as shadow puppets, micro-cinema technology, electronic music, with the following in-school activities:

• New Heritage Zone website giving a comprehensive overview of the women’s lives and


• Research toolkits for each figure enabling children to explore and understand their


• Interactive science demonstration show featuring the work of female scientists possibly

crystallographers: Franklin, Lonsdale and Hodgkin tbc;

• A cross-curricular online teaching resource embedding themes of the project across the whole curriculum;

• Talks and experiments from a historical costumed interpreter;

• Visits from female graduate scientists and mathematicians through STEM Learning’s Ambassador’s programme;

• Workshops as part of The Royal Institution’s Masterclass Programme;

• Arts activities such as puppet-making to create historical character puppets and songwriting to explore and empathise with protagonists’ stories.

If you are interested in contributing to this exciting new project and would like more information on how to apply for this paid role, please contact Tertia Sefton-Green at:

8 de diciembre de 2019

Ayudas para la organización de congresos y reuniones de carácter científico a celebrar en el primer semestre de 2020

Boletín Oficial del País Vasco
Fecha límite:
Dirigido a:
Público y privado
Agentes integrados en la Red Vasca de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (RVCTI)

BOPV_convo ayudas congresos_5-12-19
Modalidad Participación:
Acciones complementarias
Unidad directiva:
Departamento de Educación
Entidad convocante:
Gobierno Vasco
Presupuesto Total:
200.000 €

7 de diciembre de 2019

Postdoc in Biodiversity Informatics

I am seeking a Postdoc in Biodiversity Informatics to develop new open
source scientific software to make specimen-based data (phenotypic,
genomic, spatial) easily accessible and ready to use in taxonomy
and other downstream studies. This will make specimen-based research
transparent, explicit, reproducible, and extensible. The postdoc will
develop a computational workflow to integrate data and analyses via
modular pipelines, automatize "data wrangling", generate data-driven
interfaces to interact with "big data", and create dynamic/reactive
documents native to the Web. This is a great opportunity to work in a
small research group that uses computational biology to support research
and training in quantitative taxonomy and evolutionary biology.

The ideal candidate will be comfortable with databases (relational
or graph) and experienced in writing efficient code and documentation
in at least one commonly used programming language (Python, R, Julia,
Ruby, C/C++, etc). The BIR will be familiar with standard practices in
scientific computing and software engineering including version control,
continuous integration, test-driven development, and a focus on minimum
viable products.

The postdoc will be part of a research group in the Department of Ecology
& Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles. The
postdoc will work and report to the principal investigator and other team
members, participate in the organization and management of data sets,
and ensure the integrity of complex data sets.



- PhD in related area (bioinformatics, biodiversity, ecology evolution
- At least 2 years of related Software Development in Biodiversity
Informatics experience
- Strong background in databases
- Programming and scripting experience (e.g. bash, Python, R, Julia,
Ruby, C/C++)
- Experience with version control technology such as Git
- Experience with continuous integration technology such as Travis CI
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills


Experience using HPC and parallel systems
Experience with Machine Learning
Experience with JavaScript
Experience creating technical documentation
Experience with cloud technologies including: AWS, Docker, CyVerse


Please send a cover letter describing your qualifications and interest,
and your updated CV. Make sure to include links to your repositories
(e.g. GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket). Include the names and contact
information (email) of 2 references.

If you have any questions and to apply to the position, please
email with the subject line Postdoc in Biodiversity
Informatics. The position will start as soon as possible and will remain
open until filled.

Job Location:

Los Angeles, CA

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color, religion,
sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,
disability, age or protected veteran status. For the complete
University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative
action policy, see: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action
Policy. (

6 de diciembre de 2019

Doctorado genómico en Barcelona

PhD position available on Paleaogenomics of dog population in Europe.

The Botigue lab for “Genomics of ancient crops and domestication” in
the Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics (CRAG) in Barcelona is
offering a PhD position under the La Caixa Foundation INPhINIT Programme
to work on the genomic analysis of archaeological dog remains from
Europe spanning from the Neolithic up to the Roman Period with the goal
to understand population dynamics within the continent and gene flow
during that period.

4 February 2020 (Incoming modality)
26 February 2020 (Retaining modality)

TITLE: Genomic analysis of archaeological dog remains from Europe.

The European continent has played a major role in dog domestication. A
recent genomic analysis of Neolithic dogs from Germany (Botigue et
al. 2017 Nature Communications), though revealing genetic continuity,
showed complex admixture patterns, including gene flow from a population
similar to modern Indian dogs. Additionally, studies examining
the mitochondrial genome of ancient and modern dogs have detected a
replacement in Europe that took place some time between the Neolithic and
the Middle Age. In the present project we plan to unravel this complex
demographic scenario of prehistoric European dogs by analysing the genome
of more than 30 ancient dog samples from the Iberian Peninsula and Germany
from a period of over 4,000 years spanning from the Neolithic up to the
Roman Empire. Analysis of the whole genome and the mitochondrial genome
will be performed to determine the main demographic events that shaped
dog populations during that period. Population structure and admixture
will be studied in ancient dogs in the context of modern dog variation.

As a result, we will provide for the first time insights into the genetic
structure, variability and admixture of dog populations in Europe over
a period of 4 millennia, prior the generation of breeds. Results will
elucidate demographic events surrounding dog prehistory in Europe and
their relationship with humans migrating through the continent.

The dearth and the ambition of the current project are ideal for a
PhD candidate. We are therefore looking for a highly motivated student
seeking to pursue his doctoral studies and specialise in genomics and
bioinformatics by analysing whole genome sequenced data, including that
from archaeological samples. The student will receive extensive training
in a broad range of skills, including theoretical population genetics
and biostatistics, learning concepts such as population structure,
admixture and adaptation, and recognize the footprints these processes
leave in the genome. Additionally, the student will also learn how to
model demographic inference, gaining knowledge about coalescent theory
and computational simulations. In order to analyse genomic data,
the student will learn how to use and develop bioinformatic tools.
This project is an international collaboration with researchers from
the United States and Germany, so stays abroad are granted, giving the
student a chance to meet and work with peers and learn new skills from
renowned population geneticists. Opportunities to assist international
meetings and present the research done will also be granted throughout
the PhD. The PhD will be performed in CRAG'S Plant and Animal Genomics
programme. During the first year of their studies, students receive
teaching on state-of-the art technologies offered by the Core Units
and Scientific Services of CRAG, such as genomics and next generation
sequencing, proteomics, metabolomics, and bioinformatics. The student
will also be able to attend internal and external seminars at CRAG and
improve her oratory skills by giving seminars regularly. By the end of
the PhD, the student will have become a population geneticist specialised
in the analysis of modern and ancient genomes with a strong computational
background and a wide network of peers.

The doctoral fellowship programme INPhINIT “la Caixa” is devoted to
attracting talented Early-Stage Researchers—of any nationality—who
wish to pursue doctoral studies in Spanish or Portuguese territory.

The doctoral INPhINIT fellowships offer a highly competitive salary
and complementary opportunities for training on transferrable skills
(through the collaboration of leading entities such as Vitae and Oxentia),
temporary stays in industry, incentives upon completion of the thesis,
among other elements that make these fellowships some of the most
attractive and complete in Europe.

For questions about the position and further information
about the project, contact Laura Botigué, Email:>

Applications should be done using La Caixa INPhINIT online application
system . Please follow the link below to obtain further information
about the PhD position and how to access the online application system:

5 de diciembre de 2019

Consultor sobre conservación para la Wildlife Conservation Society

Position: Terrestrial Conservation Advisor, Papua New Guinea

Reports to: WCS Papua New Guinea Country Program Director Location: Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea

Country Program/Sector: Global Conservation Program – Melanesia region

Position Type: Full-time

Expected travel: As and when required within/outside the country/region

Organization Background:

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a US non-profit, tax-exempt, private organization established in 1895 and based in New York, that saves wildlife and wild places by understanding critical issues, crafting science-based solutions, and taking conservation actions that benefit nature and humanity. With more than a century of experience, long-term commitments in dozens of landscapes, presence in more than 60 nations, and experience helping to establish over 150 protected areas across the globe, WCS has amassed the biological knowledge, cultural understanding and partnerships to ensure that vibrant, wild places and wildlife thrive alongside local communities.

WCS is the longest established international non-government conservation organisation within Papua New Guinea (PNG). At key and representative landscapes and seascapes, from the country’s coral islands to its forested highlands. WCS works with local communities and provincial, national and international partners, to sustainably manage and conserve the biodiversity and cultural values of Papua New Guinea’s wildlife and wild places. WCS PNG vision is “Gutpela sindaun, gutpela bus, gutpela solwara” (“Empowered people with healthy forests and seas”).

Position Summary:

WCS is now seeking a dynamic, experienced individual with knowledge of terrestrial conservation issues in tropical developing countries to provide technical oversight of and support for its terrestrial conservation program in Papua New Guinea. The position requires strong terrestrial ecology/biology expertise, extensive management and program development experience and a genuine commitment to the mission of WCS.

This position is responsible for the technical oversight of and support for the WCS PNG Terrestrial Program in areas of: project management and implementation; project development and reporting; local staff capacity building; and data analysis and publication. Current program implementation priorities include: designing and implementating sustainable forest management and livelihood schemes; analytical assessment of sustainable wildlife use; climate change ecosystem-based adaptation; community sustainable natural resources management; establishment of community conservation areas; endangered species research and conservation; influencing national conservation and sustainable development policies. The position reports to the PNG Country Program Director and works closely with the PNG senior management team, PNG terrestrial conservation team, WCS Melanesia Regional Director and other WCS Asia staff. The position oversees all technical assistance to terrestrial conservation activities and maintains appropriate communication with WCS project leads, key donors, funding agencies, local government institutions and NGO partners.

Primary Responsibilities:
Contributing to the development of an updated strategy for WCS' terrestrial conservation work in PNG.
Technical oversight of WCS PNG’s terrestrial conservation programmatic activities including species specific projects.
Improving WCS PNG terrestrial conservation activities through the analysis of program and project outcomes.
Managing a portfolio of terrestrial conservation projects including work plans, budgets, staff, and deliverables.
Coordinating programmatic activities in line with administrative and financial aspects of WCS PNG Program.
Writing technical reports to donors, government agencies, and other WCS offices.
Authoring scientific papers, books, and popular articles, and supporting other WCS PNG staff to do so.
Proactively supporting the development of high quality communication pieces for increasing the profile of WCS PNG terrestrial program and its technical activities.
Influencing policy development by sharing program results and lessons learned with government partners and other key stakeholders.
Contributing to the identification of fundraising opportunities, draft proposals, and develop and maintain good working relationships and/or partnerships with donors, government, NGOs, private sector and other key stakeholders.
Leading WCS PNG’s terrestrial conservation scientific research and publications.
Designing protocols for field data collection, data management, and analysis.
Capacity building of WCS PNG terrestrial conservation technical staff and local partners.
Contribute to performance reviews of WCS PNG terrestrial conservation team and the recruitment of new staff and short-term specialists.

Position Requirements:
PhD or Masters degree and experience in a field related to in situ conservation.
Proven ability to write fundraising proposals and manage grants and donor reports.
Demonstrated success in delivering conservation interventions. Experience within the context of a tropical developing country is desirable.
Experience in program implementation and project management.
Experience managing EU and/or USAID funded projects is desirable.
Strong scientific analytical skills, including: experimental design, statistical analysis (knowledge of program R is critical), and data management.
Experience in community-based and collaborative terrestrial conservation initiatives. Experience in REDD+, silviculture and wildlife monitoring is desirable.
Background knowledge of natural resource management and bio-cultural issues in Papua New Guinea is advantageous.
Demonstrated success in publishing scientific articles in peer reviewed journals and ability to communicate scientific information to a general audience.
Ability to work sensitively and effectively with people of diverse cultures, value systems, perspectives and levels of education, and to manage and work with staff and partners in these contexts.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
Professional proficiency in English. Working knowledge of Tok Pisin is advantageous.
Ability and strong willingness to mentor and build local staff and partner capacity in community-driven natural resource management, field research, conservation biology, conservation advocacy, and project management.
Effective “roll up the sleeves” work ethic, with attention to detail. 

Willingness to travel within PNG and internationally.
Genuine commitment to the mission of WCS.

Application Process:

Interested candidates, who meet the above qualifications, should apply by sending an application letter and CV together with the names and contact information of three references to or via WCS main career site at

WCS is an equal opportunity employer and the organization complies with all employment and labor laws and regulations that prohibit discrimination in hiring and ensures that candidates from all backgrounds are fairly and consistently considered during the recruitment process. We are dedicated to hiring and supporting a diverse workforce. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment and look for future team members who share that same value. The organization provides equal employment opportunities for all qualified candidates. The organization does not discriminate for employment based on age, color, disability, gender identify, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by laws and regulations

Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview.

4 de diciembre de 2019

Postdoc genómico muy interesante en Brasil

Come work with us in a postdoc involving Brazilian dry and humid forests, genomics and adaptation in a project involving fantastic Brazilian and US collaborators at Unicamp, Usp, Ufscar, Unifesp,
Harvard, Cornell, AMNH, OSU and VSU!

Please see additional details here:


This post-doc fellowship focus on exploring genomes and phenotypes of
birds and cacti from the so-called Dry Diagonal area in South America.
The selected candidate will work at the Federal University of São
Paulo in Diadema (São Paulo State, Brazil) where he/she will develop a
research project linked to the Dry Diagonal Dimensions Project, which
is conducted jointly by the Biology Institute of the University of
Campinas (UNICAMP, Brazil) and Harvard University (US) – such
collaboration is under the aegis of an agreement between the São Paulo
Research Foundation (FAPESP) and National Science Foundation (NSF)
through their respective programs BIOTA and Dimensions of Diversity.

Adaptation is a central process in evolution, and ecologically diverse
groups of species offer opportunities to study adaptive evolution in
many levels of biological organization. The Dry Diagonal Dimensions
Project will use different types of data in order to understand how
adaptation contributes to phenotypic, genomic, and phylogenetic
diversification in dry vegetation and neighboring humid forests.
Species from neotropical birds to cacti offer exciting examples of
groups of closely related species occupying dry/open and humid forest,
including cases involving species from Caatinga, Cerrado, Amazonia,
and Atlantic Forest biomes. Those species complexes offer
opportunities to explore the genomics of adaptation. Recent advances
in sequencing technology facilitate the task of interrogating hundreds
– or even thousands – of loci potentially related to phenotypic
variation using both genomes and transcriptomes.

The selected researcher will:

- Collect and process samples of birds and cacti, and occasionally
trait data;
- Perform sequence capture of candidate genes and sequence complete
genomes and transcriptomes;
- Perform bioinformatics, genome and trait evolution analyses;
- Write scientific reports and manuscripts.

This opportunity is open to candidates of any nationalities. The
selected candidate will receive a FAPESP’s Post-Doctoral fellowship in
the amount of R$ 7,373.10 monthly and a research contingency fund,
equivalent to 15% of the annual value of the fellowship which should
be spent in items directly related to the research activity.

3 de diciembre de 2019

Postdoc en patología de mamíferos marinos


The Marine Mammal Center advances global conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education.


The ocean is in trouble. From the depletion of fish stocks to increasing ocean temperatures, human activity threatens marine ecosystems that are vital to the health of our ocean and all life on earth. As a critical first responder to these threats, The Marine Mammal Center is leading the field in ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue, veterinary medicine, science, and education. Marine mammals are ecosystem indicators, and these animals provide insights into human and ocean health threats. Together, we are taking action today to support a network of scientists and stewards to protect our shared ocean environment for future generations.

To advance our mission, we focus our work in three key program areas:
Animal Care: With a volunteer force numbering more than 1,200 and the support of a concerned public, the Center is able to respond to marine mammals in distress. Sick and injured animals are treated and rehabilitated at our state-of-the-art veterinary facilities where we care for our patients until they can be released back to their ocean home. Covering a rescue range that spans 600 miles of California coastline and the Big Island of Hawai‘i, the Center responds to more stranded marine mammals than any other organization in the world. Our sought-after experts are deployed locally and internationally to provide technical veterinary expertise and training on best practices ranging from anesthesia to disentanglement.
Scientific Research: The Center is a major contributor to the global body of research and knowledge about marine mammal medicine and health. Our veterinary experts develop new clinical techniques to improve marine mammal rehabilitation and care, and investigate the reasons why marine mammals strand and how these factors are connected to ecosystem and human health. Our scientists also investigate how marine mammals use and interact with their ocean environment to better understand and protect them from many threats. Learning from every animal we respond to and studying animals in the wild, our researchers identify novel diseases and pathogens, support endangered and threatened species conservation, identify and help mitigate human-caused threats and partner with scientists around the world on collaborative research that utilizes samples and data collected by the Center. Marine mammal health, ocean health and human health are inextricably linked, and our work advances knowledge of all three to benefit us all.
Education: As a teaching hospital, the Center serves as a vital training ground for veterinary professionals from across the globe, expanding the collective understanding and application of marine veterinary science and conservation. Our innovative school and public education programs build a sense of responsibility through a connection to marine mammals and the marine environment, inspiring future ocean stewards and promoting action to protect the ocean. Each year, these education programs and hands-on trainings reach more than 100,000 children and adults, supporting the next generation of informed scientists and engaged citizens who will care for and ensure the health of our ocean and environment.


The Marine Mammal Center was founded in 1975 by three local citizens: Lloyd Smalley, Pat Arrigoni and Paul Maxwell. Since then, and thanks to their vision, the Center is now a global leader in marine mammal health, science and conservation and is the largest marine mammal hospital in the world. The Center operates physical locations in Sausalito, Morro Bay and Moss Landing, CA, as well as in Kona, Hawai‘i, and has an annual operating budget of $11.5M. A team of 80 staff and 1,200 actively engaged volunteers make the Center’s impact possible and keep the Center operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Fellowship in Marine Mammal Pathology at The Marine Mammal Center


The Marine Mammal Center (the Center), the world’s largest marine mammal teaching and research hospital, Sausalito, CA, announces the availability of a one year continuing, full-time, Fellowship position in Marine Mammal Veterinary Anatomic Pathology. The position is open from January 1, 2020. Minimum qualifications include a DVM or equivalent degree from an AVMA-accredited veterinary college, completion of an anatomic pathology veterinary residency training program, and ACVP/ECVP board certification or eligibility. Preference will be given to individuals with prior experience in aquatic animal (particularly vertebrates) pathology who are Diplomates of the ACVP or ECVP. Primary responsibilities will emphasize gross and microscopic diagnoses of cases originating from the animals rescued by the Center and admitted to the hospital for rehabilitation (mostly pinnipeds), carcasses (whales, dolphins, porpoises, southern sea otters, pinnipeds or sea turtles) found on approximately 600 miles of the central California coast that encompasses the Center's stranding range, and cases submitted for diagnostic pathology by The Monterey Bay Aquarium or other affiliated agencies such as California Fish and Wildlife, the Marin River Otter Project etc. The Fellow will interact daily with staff of the Veterinary Science Department, including the department director, chief pathologist, staff veterinarian, clinical fellow, clinical intern, necropsy manager, laboratory manager, laboratory scientist, research interns and various volunteers. Opportunities exist, and are encouraged, to conduct independent or collaborative research projects on marine mammal/vertebrate diseases in a wide variety of species and pursue advanced molecular diagnostic testing on case materials in our on-site laboratory and in collaboration with colleagues at UC Davis, UCSF and other Bay Area institutions. The department participates in weekly histopathology slide conferences (all species) and bi-weekly zoo and wildlife histopathology slide conference with UC Davis faculty and residents and regular continuing education with the Annual West Coast Veterinary Pathology Conference. The fellow will have the potential to present original research or case material at national or international conferences hosted by various professional bodies such as the International Aquatic Animal Association, Wildlife Diseases Association, Society for marine Mammalogy or the American College of Veterinary Pathology as appropriate.

Deadline for application submission is December 31, 2019 with applications reviewed as they are received and continuing until a suitable candidate is identified.

The following are required to be submitted at the time the application is completed:
A letter of intent listing prior pathology experience and positions, and career goals (upload as cover letter)
Current curriculum vitae (upload in the resume field)
Professional letters of reference from three pathologists (upload under 'additional documents')

The salary for this position is $60,000 annually and includes a complete benefits package. Subsidized housing that best suits the needs of the Fellow will also be provided at the Marin Headlands close to the Center.

Additional information about the position and our programs is available by contacting:

Dr. Pádraig J. Duignan

Chief Pathologist, The Marine Mammal Center

2000 Bunker Road

Sausalito, CA 94965 USA

Phone: 1 415 289 7328


2 de diciembre de 2019

Déjalo todo y múdate con tu pareja a una casa rural de Alaska

Come and live with us in one of the most beautiful places on Earth...

Within the Wild Adventure Company in Alaska is recruiting for a professional management team (possible couple) to operate and lead our small remote, luxury award-winning wilderness lodge. We are a small family-run company in the adventure-travel space offering backcountry adventures to a small number of guests. We excel in customer service, take pride in professionalism, and we embrace our simple, sustainable lifestyle. See who we are at to learn more about us.

We take our commitment to the environment and our community mission seriously. Our lodge is a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World. We are looking for someone who can lead our team of fifteen employees with compassion and inspiration, who can offer our guests the most incredible experience of their lives, and take deep, personal care of the lodge infrastructure. Guest's success is in the details.

Email us at for an information packet on our lodge and our position available.

Be a good communicator
Possess strong leadership and management skills
Able to tolerate long work periods at times
Possess a love and respect for the natural world
Possess outdoor skils
Possess WFR and other industry certification
Have basic digital communication abilities

Have past lodge experience, preferably in Alaska or Canada
Have knowledge of Alaska flora and fauna, maritime culture
Have experience in the transformative, high-end adventure travel space

NOTES: 2 openings.

Additional Salary Information: This position is a full-time year-round position with a multi-year contract

Start the process by sending us an email and resume to

1 de diciembre de 2019

Prácticas de educación ambiental en una granja de Oregón

Do you see a future working with animals, but need some hands-on experience? Want to learn more about outdoor education? Our farm internships provide that and much more. All interns take part in the daily operations of the farm, performing a wide array of chores, from feeding and herding farm animals to moving irrigation pipe and bucking hay. Interns also help guide tours, work with youth programs, help rehabilitate and socialize farm animals and participate in special projects. Our internship program is a full-time, unpaid position. A work stipend is available through WorkSource Rogue Valley to qualified applicants.

We provide comfortable shared housing in our fully furnished farmhouse, on the beautiful 55-acre farm. Interns are responsible for their own food and transportation. Sanctuary One does provide some food staples. Internships run throughout the year and can last for six weeks to three months; however, some of our interns have stayed as long as nine months. Many of our interns go on to do inspirational things, like working at Best Friends Animal Society (the largest in the United States) or locally at Willow-Witt Ranch. The ideal candidate will enjoy the opportunity to volunteer on a care farm where people, animals, and the earthwork together for mutual healing.

Please visit to learn more about internships at Sanctuary One and fill out an internship application. Contact Person: Elva Manquera, Program Coordinator

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