The Penn Vet Working Dog Center is excited to offer internships for college students seeking academic credit within the guidelines of their academic institution.
Limited high school internships are available.
Internships are in the areas of veterinary medicine, dog training, behavioral science, non-profit management, criminal justice, database management, bioinformatics, and statistical analysis. An emphasis on research is integral to each of these areas.
Our internship program is designed for students with a serious interest in working dogs to gain practical experience while helping the Penn Vet Working Dog Center achieve our mission of developing a detection dog breeding/training program that will implement, test, and disseminate the knowledge gained.
Duties can be tailored to fit into different educational majors as much as practically possible such as non-profit management, digital media, marketing, fundraising, etc.
2019 Summer Interns – Application opening soon!
Intersession Interns – rolling admission available for fall and spring; accepting applications now.
How to Apply
Ovarian Cancer Detection Veterinary Student Internship
These summer research internship at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center is funded by the Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization (OCSA). These are paid summer internships for first- or second-year veterinary students who are interested in learning more about medical detection and the role of detection dogs.
- First- or second-year veterinary student
- Comprehensive understanding of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center’s medical detection program and ovarian detection research
- Attention to detail and ability to work well with others are essential
- Dog handling experience is helpful but not necessary
- Strong writing experience preferred
How to Apply
2019 Dates Coming Soon!
Applicants will be required to provide the following:
- Cover letter which should include your understanding of our program and describe the value your experience and knowledge will bring to our research and training program. Identify preference in Internship A and Internship B.
- One letter of reference (minimum)
All applications will be reviewed by our research and training team and finalists will be invited for an interview. Please submit your application to email@example.com.
We appreciate the men and women who have served our country and recognize the special contributions that American soldiers make to the future generation of working dogs being training at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center.
We have partnered with The Mission Continues to provide fellowship opportunities for post 9/11 Veterans wishing to continue to serve at home.