In-house Educator and Livestock Care Provider – Caterpillar Lab -S. Bockus
Start Date: May 5th to June 15th, negotiable.
End Date: August 31st, negotiable.
Number of Positions: 2
Hours per week: 10-24 hours per week
Weekends required: Occasional
Evenings required: Occasional
Supervisor: Sarah Bockus, Internship Director, Environmental Studies Department and Samuel Jaffe, Executive Director
Job Description: Antioch University work study students will be responsible for assisting with in-house public education during The Caterpillar Lab’s open hours and for assisting with the care of The Caterpillar Lab’s livestock. In addition they will act as ambassadors to Antioch University New England’s graduate programs, offering Caterpillar Lab programing, materials, and access to fellow students, faculty and staff.
Qualifications: Must be comfortable interacting with a general public audience, be comfortable working with live insects, and be able to accommodate a shifting work schedule as each season progresses. Environmental Science and Education students welcome.
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