"The Duke Lemur Center is currently sponsoring an internship program for college students or recent college graduates who are interested in gaining an educational experience in the world’s largest sanctuary for rare and endangered prosimians. […]
This is a full time position (30 hrs) for eight weeks. Candidate is responsible for assisting in the daily care and maintenance of the Center’s collection of rare and endangered prosimian primates.”
If you have time this summer and live near North Carolina, US, this is a great opportunity!
"The loan will fund "conservation, community development, and ecotourism activities" over the next three years across 30 national parks and three newly protected areas managed by Madagascar National Parks, the country’s independent parks management authority. Money will be used for surveillance and control activities in the protected areas as well as poverty-alleviation initiatives in areas surrounding parks."