The Dr. Jane Huffman Wildlife Genetics Institute Internship Program offers a small group of outstanding students the opportunity to acquire direct exposure to laboratory work.

It is designed to complement the student’s studies with practical experience in various aspects of infectious disease and wildlife forensics. The internship program offers the opportunity to apply classroom learning to work experience, it allows exploration of career options, interests and abilities, it develops and enhances professional skills, and you will build motivation and work habits.

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Campus Address
ESU Innovation Center
(570) 422-7892
(570) 422-3724 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Nicole Chinnici
(570) 422-7891