Wildlife Health Internship Opportunities with the Arizona Game & Fish Department…

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering paid internship opportunities to current students, graduate and undergraduate. Recent (within the past year) graduates are also eligible to apply. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in gaining hands-on practical work experience while working with a diverse group of professionals in the fields of wildlife science, biological science, wildlife management, and many other professions within the Department. Application deadline is August 8, 2021. Click here for more information.

Free RACE-Approved CE Opportunity…

The Center for Food Security & Public Health at Iowa State University is offering a free web-based self-study CE course titled Zoonoses: Protecting People and Animals in Rural Communities. The course addresses zoonotic diseases of agricultural animals – cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, equids, and poultry – with a focus on prevention measures to protect human and animal health. Course access opened up yesterday and is available until June 22 with completion of the course earning you 5 hours of RACE®-approved CE credits. Click here for more information and to register.


Call for Applicants: 2022 Rocky Mountain Wildlife Veterinary Externship

Applications are now being accepted for the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Veterinary Externship, a collaborative program for 4th-year veterinary students offered by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the National Park Service, and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. 6-8 students will be accepted each year; the application deadline for this cycle is October 1, 2021 with rotation dates being from August 29, 2022 through September 23, 2022. Click here for the externship brochure and visit our Students page for additional opportunities:


WCS Summer Opportunity for Vet Student…

The Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo is advertising a remote Zoological Health Summer Research Assistant position for this upcoming summer for students currently enrolled in veterinary school. Click here for more details.

Online Course: Foundations of Wildlife Chemical Capture

Mark Johnson, DVM of Global Wildlife Resources is offering an online chemical capture training course for wildlife professionals that includes the following:

  • 12 chapters (Click here to see a detailed course outline)
  • 150 page downloadable course notebook
  • 44 Additional Learning Activities
  • Hours of demonstration videos
  • New Drug Exposure Agency Protocols
  • Wildlife Work in COVID Times Agency Protocols
  • Certificate of Training
  • Over 60 wildlife professionals, including 14 other wildlife veterinarians have contributed content for this course
  • Zoom sessions with Dr. Mark for groups 10+
  • The Wildlife Society has approved 16 CE hours for the TWS Professional Development Program

This is an independent online course that you take on your own time.  Purchase grants one year of access to the course with support provided throughout. For detailed information visit the Foundations Course Information Page.