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Dolphin Internship 2020 more information

AyakiSome of our main criteria for applicants selection are readiness to work hard (sessions with dolphins and families with special needs children are very intense and demanding), excellent social and communication skills, physical endurance, excellent swimming skills, languages (we cater to families from all over the world) and ability to get along with other interns as roommates.

Telephone interviews can be conducted by request.
Aileen_SarahYou will receive more information about the practical aspect of the program and an application form by request.

Conditions for admission are available by e-mail.

Note: Below are some of the activities you will be involved in. In addition, you will be helping with our 1-Day, 3-Day and 1-Week educational programs.

Dates for the 2019 spring/summer sessions are as follows.
(subject to change without notice)
this list will be updated as more programs are added to the schedule

  • May Internship: (not open to applicants) – This session includes a minimum of one Harmony Programs for independent families;
  • June Internship: (not open to applicants) June 1st. to June 30th. This session includes either 1 Harmony Program for independent families or 1 Serenity Program or both Harmony and Serenity Program (based on our bookings). The June session is open to 4 interns.
  • July Internship: July 1st. to July 31st. This session may include a minimum of 1 Harmony Program for independent families. We we will also most likely have 2 weeks of therapy with the Crystal Ladder Learning Center from Toronto, Canada, who specialize in interventions for children with autism.
    The July session is open to 2 interns.
  • August Internship: August 1st. to August 30th. – The August session session may include 1 Harmony Program. We we will most likely have 2 weeks of therapy with the Crystal Ladder Learning Center from Toronto, Canada, who specialize in interventions for children with autism. For the years when we have only one Harmony Program, the August session will also focus on Eco-tourism management, on the impact on wild dolphins of the interaction with humans in the Panama City area and on their adaptive behavior, on environmental issues. This session is recommended for individuals who are more interested in finding out about and in having a first hand glimpse of the relationship between humans and dolphins from the dolphins point of view. The August session is open to 2 interns.

Please note that these dates are subject to change. Contact us for updated information before booking your flight.

Contact us by e-mail or by telephone (toll free) 866 449 5591 or (850) 230 6030 for a full information package on the application process.

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