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Internships

On-site and virtual internship opportunities are available only to schools implementing the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum. For more information or to see if your school is eligible to participate, please contact us at info@muttigrees.org.

Four Teens Graduate from Mutt-i-grees® Summer Youth Program

For the third year in a row, Project C.A.R.E. and   North Shore Animal League America collaborated on the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum Summer Youth Program for at-risk teens from MercyFirst’s Residential Treatment Center in Syosset, NY.

Middle School Students Learn Compassion From Mutt-i-grees Internship

This summer, students from St. Martin de Porres Marianist School in Uniondale, NY participated in a week-long internship at North Shore Animal League America as part of the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum. This is the second year that the school has partnered with the Animal League for this unique program.

St. Martin de Porres Academy Students Have A Dog-gone Good Time at North Shore Animal League America

In conjunction with the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum, nineteen 5th and 6th grade students from St. Martin de Porres Academy in New Haven, CT participated in a week-long internship at North Shore Animal League America to learn about the shelter life of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.

Martin Van Buren Student-Interns Bring Some T.L.C. to NSALA

A hands-on behind-the-scenes internship at the world’s largest no-kill animal shelter is the most unique experience a high school student can have. Antonio Mancini, a Mutt-i-grees Teacher of the Month, brought thirteen of her 15-17 year-old students for an intensive 3-day internship where they got a sense of all the work that goes into keeping Animal League America going.

MercyFirst Students Participate in the Second Annual Mutt-i-grees Curriculum Summer Youth Program

For the second year in a row, Project C.A.R.E. and North Shore Animal League collaborated for the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum Summer Youth Program. Five at-risk teens from MercyFirst’s Residential Treatment Center were chosen to intern at North Shore Animal League in various departments. From Monday through Wednesday for five weeks, the five teens spent three hours with their mentor, a member of Animal League America’s staff.