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Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort, located in Malvern, PA, is seeking high energy, animal-loving professionals to join our team for both part time, full time, and seasonal positions. We are the area’s premier pet care facility and provide “A luxury retreat for the furry elite” through our high quality Pet Boarding, Dog Daycare, Pet Grooming, and Dog Training services. Our culture is one of high standards, professionalism, and an unrelenting commitment to providing the best experience for our guests.
We are seeking team players to join our exceptional staff in positions such as:
- Front Desk Customer Service
- Caretaker for dogs and cats
- Day Camp Monitor
Experience Required: Experience not required as on-the-job training will be provided, but MUST love animals, have a positive attitude, and be able to work weekends and holidays.
Additional applicant requirements:
- Hardworking & dependable
- Team oriented
- Warm & friendly
- Eagerness to learn
- Able to maintain a clean and safe environment for our guests
- Able to lift up to 50 lbs (for some positions)
Compensation: Varies depending on position and experience
How to apply:
Interested applicants must email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails without a resume will not be considered.
Location: Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort – 27 Spring Mill Dr., Malvern, PA 19355
How would you like to spend Winter 2018 with the elephants and lions?
Are you interested in how these species are being conserved? Have you ever wondered how the aboriginal people interact with these large mammals? If you are interested in conservation and African culture, this program is for you! On a four-week guided safari, you’ll experience the splendor of African animals in their natural environment, and learn firsthand about the real, practical challenges involved in wildlife conservation. You will travel to Tanzania with Dr. Jacob Bowman, a wildlife ecologist specializing in large mammal conservation, ecology, and restoration, who has directed this program eight times.
Once in Tanzania, your safari will take you to the national parks and reserves of Serengeti, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire for wildlife viewing amid the savanna. The parks contain spectacular concentrations of wildlife that are habituated to vehicles, allowing close observation of various aspects of animal behavior including foraging, social interactions within species, and multiple-species interactions. You will also spend time on aboriginal lands adjacent to these national parks where you will learn about community-based conservation for the people practicing it. Our time on aboriginal lands is unique because you will have the opportunity to take foot safaris accompanied by local guides, which will provide you the opportunity to really feel Africa.
On safari, you’ll experience a cross-section of ecosystems in northern Tanzania. Daily field excursions will be supplemented with nightly campfire discussion about African wildlife conservation.
We have four interest meetings planned in the next month:
02/22/2017 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM 219 Gore Hall
03/06/2017 2:15 PM – 3:00 PM 218 Gore Hall
03/08/2017 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM 256 Townsend Hall
03/09/2017 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM 219 Gore Hall
We will present at brief slide show about the upcoming program and answer questions. I encourage freshman and sophomores to apply!
I hope to see you at one of the meetings,
|2017 Extension Scholars Internship Application|
Delaware Cooperative Extension connects the public with university knowledge, research and resources to address youth, family, community and agricultural needs.
The goal of Cooperative Extension is to help individuals, families and communities make informed decisions that can enhance their lives. In so doing, the organization generates and disseminates research-based information, provides focused educational opportunities and builds relationships that create effective solutions.
Eligibility: Current undergraduate (summer following sophomore year and beyond) or graduate students at the University of Delaware.
Purpose: The Extension Scholars program is designed to follow the service learning model whereby interns will have an opportunity to become fully engaged in organizational service experiences that:
a. Are integrated into the academic curriculum
b. Meet the needs of a community
c. Provide structured time for reflection
d. Help foster civic responsibility
Opportunities: To expand knowledge of and to participate in the delivery of Extension programming; to develop leadership and interpersonal skills; to learn about careers in Extension; and to apply knowledge gained through university coursework. Internship experiences include but are not limited to: participating in the conduct of needs assessment; designing and delivering educational programs; evaluating program impact; working with volunteers; fostering partnerships; pursuing funding.
Location: Cooperative Extension Offices: UD Campus, New Castle, Kent, and Sussex Counties
Expectations: Interns will work summer semester from June 5 – August 10, 2017, 40 hrs. per week. Some flexibility in dates/hours may be required. Interns will be expected to provide their own transportation and mileage to and from work is at intern expense. All interns will be expected to participate in the Orientation on June 5 and the Service Learning Symposium in August 2017.
Application Process and Deadline: Applications must be submitted online and are due on or before Friday, February 17, 2017
Finalists may be interviewed by the selection committee.
Selections will be announced by April 1, 2017. Interns selected will receive a stipend of $3,770 paid bi-weekly through the UD Time payroll system.
Dupont | Sales & Marketing Intern – Pennsylvania/Maryland in Statewide, NY
DuPont Pioneer is looking for a 3 month Sales & Marketing Intern from May-August 2017. This qualified individual will cover a territory that includes New York and possibly some in Pennsylvania. This intern will work closely with the Sales and Marketing Leadership Teams on assigned initiatives related to sales and marketing efforts. These may include surveying customers or sales representatives through written or face-to-face interv
DELAWARE WATER RESOURCES CENTER (DWRC) UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS IN WATER RESOURCES provide a unique opportunity for undergraduate students and faculty to become directly involved in research and education programs that address water resource related issues of critical importance to Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic region. Internships will start in summer 2017. For this application period, any undergraduate student enrolled at any institution of higher learning in the state of Delaware may apply, except for those graduating at the end of the spring 2017 semester. All students must have the active support of a faculty advisor and a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Interested students should visit the Delaware Water Resources Center website: www.wrc.udel.edu for further details and the link to the online application. The deadline is 5:00 PM, Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Calleva outdoor adventure camp, located in
Poolesville, Maryland, about 20 miles outside of DC, offers tons of
different week-long (Mon-Fri) camps for kids of all ages, including
horseback riding (HBR) programs! Calleva is currently looking for
instructors for those programs, which fall into two groups:
HBR Adventure Camp: In activity camp, an instructor will have a group
of the same 10 campers, age 8 to 15, all week. They are in charge of
teaching the campers how to properly handle, groom, tack, generally
take care of, and of course ride a horse (English riding lessons).
There are three levels (1, 2, 3) that campers can be placed into, based
mainly on their riding experience. We get everything from kids who have
never been on a horse before to kids who are experienced W/T/C/J.
Because of this, we are looking for people who would be capable of
instructing at more than one level. HBR Adventure Camp involves one
overnight where staff camp outside with their group.
Explorers HBR: An Explorers HBR instructor will be working with younger
campers, age 6-8. Instead of working with the same group all week, an
explorers instructor will be in charge of running an activity for
multiple groups. The activity usually centers around short rides for
each camper. An Explorers HBR instructor does not need to have as much
formal riding experience as an Adventure Camp Instructor, but previous
experience working with and leading horses is crucial.
For all positions, you must be available to work a minimum of 8 weeks
during the summer.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tess De Smedt, the director of Calleva’s horseback riding program.
Tess’s email: Tess@calleva.org
Link to staff application: https://calleva.org/careers/