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
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.
National Wildlife Refuge Internships
"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