SeaWorld & Bush Gardens Youth Advisory Council seeks applicants

As a company dedicated to creating the next generation of conservationists, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment values the input, critical perspectives, and leadership of young people who are passionate about animal stewardship and environmental conservation.

The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Youth Advisory Council was established in 2015, uniting an outstanding group of young conservation leaders from across the country. Council members provide strategic input and recommendations to SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment and its partners on topics including conservation initiatives, social media/communications, education programs, and strategies for reaching youth audiences across the country. Council members also directly lead initiatives to support SeaWorld’s mission through conservation advocacy, communication, and outreach. Members have the chance to collaborate with experts in the fields of conservation and education, while working alongside their peers from across the country.

Applications for the next round of Youth Advisory Council members are open to young people ages 14-20 from the United States and are due February 10, 2020. To learn more and access the complete application, visit: https://seaworldentertainment.com/blog/apply-for-the-2020-youth-advisory-council/  

Houston Zoo Collegiate Conservation Program seeks Interns

The Houston Zoo Collegiate Conservation Program is a 10-week internship sponsored by ExxonMobil. The Houston Zoo is committed to cultivating the next generation of conservation heroes. Each summer 10 interns are selected to train, learn, and work at the Houston Zoo and regional conservation partners. In 2020, the internship will run for ten weeks from May 18-July 24. The application for the 2020 summer is now open!  Applications will be accepted through Sunday, March 15, 2020. For more information and to apply, visit houstonzoo.org.

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