Subject: Info: Summer Internship (fwd)

Michael Williamson (pita)
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Date: Fri, 1 Mar 1996 18:16:02 -0500
From: Samneph@aol.com
To: Multiple recipients of list MARMAM <MARMAM@UVVM.BITNET>
Subject: Summer Internship
 
****Summer Student Internship at The Animal Protection Institute****
 
WHO ARE WE: API is a nonprofit organization founded in 1968, dedicated to
informing, educating and encouraging the humane treatment of all animals.
Regional, national and international programs focus on issues in the areas of
companion animals, wildlife, animal experimentation and alternatives, farm
and other domestic animals, marine mammals and humane education.
 
API protects against animal abuse through enforcement/legislative actions,
investigations, advocacy campaigns, crisis intervention, public awareness and
education. API publishes a quarterly magazine, Mainstream, and a newsletter,
Bulletin, six times a year.
 
POSITION: Program Department Intern
 
TERM OF INTERNSHIP: 10 weeks, Summer 1996 (the beginning date is flexible)
 
NUMBER OF HOURS REQUIRED PER WEEK: 40
 
STIPEND: $6 to $7.50 per hour
 
INTERN EDUCATION LEVEL: Upper division undergraduate or graduate
 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The student will work with the Program Department staff
on animal protection/rights issues. The job will involve researching,
preparing a strategic program plan(s), and writing reports or articles. The
student will be assigned to program staff in the specific area of interest
for overall suvpervision but will have an opportunity to work in all areas of
program activity at API.
 
To apply, write or call by March 31,1996 to Fran Stricker, Student Intern
Coordinator, P.O. Box 22505, Sacramento CA 95822
phone (800) 348-7387 or (916) 731-5521 fax (916) 731-5521 internet:
samneph@aol.com
 
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