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Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprentice Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprentice! Apprentices provide leadership for interns and volunteers, and support for our clinic staff, so that together, our sick, injured, and orphaned wild animal patients can receive the highest quality care. In return, we look forward to providing you with valuable professional development, training, and experience in wildlife rehabilitation.

Please complete each of the fields below. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

CONTACT INFORMATION
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Apprentices must provide their own transportation to and from Center for Wildlife.
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Apprentices are required to be up-to-date on their tetanus vaccination.
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To work with rabies vector species (bats) at Center for Wildlife, apprentices are required to have their rabies pre-exposure vaccine. If you select "Yes", you will be asked for proof of having received the vaccinations, or of having a rabies titer check within the last two years.
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Apprentices are required to have their own health insurance.
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Center for Wildlife is able to provide on-site housing on a limited basis for applicants living over an hour away from the Center.
EDUCATION INFORMATION
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e.g Associates, Bachelors, Masters, PhD, etc.
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Please upload a copy of your current resume.
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Briefly describe the experience you hope to gain from this apprenticeship. How could this apprenticeship contribute to your professional goals?
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Include what position(s) you've held, length of position(s) held, species you’ve worked with, and duties performed.
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SCHEDULE
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Classes, other jobs, etc.
SELF EVALUATION

Have you ever been in a position where you had to delegate tasks to others, including people your own age or older? Are you comfortable doing so? Are you comfortable giving constructive feedback? Please provide specific examples.

Do you feel comfortable speaking with members of the public over the phone and in person? Do you have any previous customer service experience that may help you in this position?

Due to the unpredictable nature of this job, you will need to be prepared to be flexible and do whatever task needs doing. You may have to drop everything and change gears at a moment’s notice.

Briefly describe why you think reliability and punctuality may be important in this position.
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Briefly describe additional skills, talents, and personal interests that you believe may make you an asset in this position.
ALMOST THERE!
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Please enter your name above that you understand and agree to the following: I have read the Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprentice job description and understand the duties I will be expected to perform.
THANK YOU!

Thank you again for your interest in becoming a Wildlife Rehabilitation Apprentice. Our WRA Coordinator will review your application and respond to applicants that qualify for an interview. Until then, we ask that you please refrain from calling or emailing to check on the status of your application. If you have further questions, please address them during your interview. We look forward to talking with you soon!