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    An internship is a wonderful and effective way to connect your academic experience with the professional work arena. At Bam we allow you to gain valuable exposure to the animal world giving competitive edge in job search.

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Are you a student enrolled in an animal related college curriculum and would like to gain experience in captive wild animal care?Bam Animal Clinicss is currently accepting applicants for internships at our facility.

Internship Objectives:
  • Gain professional hands-on animal care experience at a wild animal sanctuary and educational facility.
  • Provide support to full-time sanctuary staff.
  • Enhance productivity and efficiency of animal husbandry at the sanctuary, assisting in maintaining high standards of care.
  • Minimum age is 18.
  • Dates are flexible and positions are filled as needed year-round.
  • Internships are non-salaried but can possibly include a stipend. Lodging and meals are provided.
  • Internships are for a period of 4 weeks to one year and require a minimum of 40 hours per week. The longer you are available to stay, the higher your chances of selection.
  • Candidates must be enrolled in a college curriculum and have completed at least two years of college in a degree program or have graduated with a degree in Biology, Animal Psychology, Zoology, or other related field.
  • One school reference (school contacts/phone numbers, NOT letters) must be submitted with the application.
  • Two letters of reference including addresses and contact numbers from two individuals not related to you who have known you for over a year submitted at time of application, preferably from volunteer work or  employment.

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Bam Animal Clinics
P O BOX 55 IGANGA Mutale Ndazula rd
Nakavule Village Kampala (U)Iganga
Tel: +256 (0) 772 487712

Bam Animal
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Our Mission Statement

We are dedicated to improve the lives of all animals welfare and good healthy through increased public awareness as well as impacting the living environment of communities in Uganda .