CROW Welcomes New Education, Marketing Intern

provided to Santiva Chronicle

Alison Reece has joined the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildife (CROW) as its newest Conservation Education and Marketing Intern. The six-month internship began on June 1.

Reece, who grew up in Cambridge City, Ind., is currently attending Indiana State University and is entering her junior year. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in marketing with a minor in sustainability. Once graduating, Reece hopes to work as a marketing manager in a field geared toward educating others about the environment.

The Conservation Education & Marketing Internship is a six-month program designed for those interested in pursuing careers in environmental conservation, communication or other related fields. Interns learn about CROW on an organizational level and apply the information through public speaking engagements and outreach events. They also learn about the impact of communication through social media outlets and community partnerships with local newspaper and media companies.

“I’m hoping to gain more knowledge about the wildlife on Sanibel and to help educate others on the importance of how their actions can affect wildlife,” says Reece. “I also hope to learn more about helping to market for nonprofit organizations.”

Reece will be assisting with presentations, leading tours of CROW’s hospital, and engaging with visitors to the Education Center and events. She will also be helping develop content for CROW’s social media pages, website, advertisements and exhibits in the Education Center.

If you would like to learn more about internships and externships offered at CROW, visit

About Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW)
Established in 1968, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) is a teaching hospital saving the sick, injured and orphaned native and migratory wildlife of Southwest Florida and beyond.  Through state-of-the-art veterinary care, public education programs and an engaging visitor center, CROW works to improve the health of the environment, humans and our animals through wildlife medicine. For more information, or to plan your visit, go to If you find an animal that is in need of help, call (239) 472-3644 ext. #222.

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