Through our partnership with the National Wildlife Refuge Association, students have the opportunity to apply for a summer internship on a National Wildlife Refuge.
There will be future opportunities to intern with the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition.
Sunset at Okefenokee NWR
"Interning on a refuge is a lot of fun! I can definitely say that I want to work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at some point in my career." - Sierra Hoisington, Clemson Tigers for Tigers
National Wildlife Refuge Internships
Through our partnership with the National Wildlife Refuge Association, Tigers for Tigers studnets have the opporunity to apply for summer internships on a National Wildlife Refuge.
Students participate in real-world conservation work and are exposed to a variety of experiences including wildlife biology, environmental education and interpretation, conservation management, outreach, and other refuge operations and maintenance.
"Clarks River [National Wildlife Refuge] forced me to become a better biologist and has assured me that I am in the right field of study. I gained a tremendous amount of work experience." - Robin Lloyd, Auburn Tigers for Tigers