Search Results for: ki

Preceptorship Program

Provides Vet Tech and Vet Students with the opportunity to learn from Zoo Atlanta’s Veterinary Team while earning academic credit.

HomeSchool Academy: Fall

Join Zoo Atlanta for a morning of learning and discovery designed specifically for homeschool students! 

2nd Grade

2nd grade
Examine the lifecycle of pollinators and discuss the important role they play in the food chain. Search for pollinators in the Zoo and practice your skills as a busy bee.

7th Grade

7th grade
Explore species to investigate the diversity of living organisms and the ways they can be compared scientifically.

Group Volunteer Program

Community Groups and Corporate Groups can schedule days of service – a great way to build team bonds and support the community!

Cases for Conservation

Cases for Conservation are boxes filled with curriculum, biofacts and other unique Zoo-related materials that can be checked out from the Zoo for a two-week period and utilized in your classroom setting, similarly to how one would check out a book from a library. Each Case is correlated with the Georgia Standards of Excellence, as well as … Continue reading "Cases for Conservation"

NightCrawler: Family

This program is designed for families with children ages 6+ and features interactive activities, Zoo tours, and opportunities to learn more about wildlife and wild places.

Internship Program

Internships at Zoo Atlanta are designed to provide training and professional work experience that will help you achieve your academic and professional goals. Intern positions are unpaid and open to applicants enrolled in a degree-seeking program or who have recently graduated within two years from a college program in a field relevant to the internship being applied for. Hours for each opportunity vary and will not exceed 40 hours a week.