Former Animal Management student Rosie Drew of Spalding has been jetting off on internships across the globe from Italy to New Orleans working with endangered birds such as whooping cranes as well as flamingos and penguins.

After completing her internship with hummingbirds in Northern Italy last year Rosie has become the ideal candidate when applying for international internships.

Animal Management Student Jets off on Internships Across the Globe

Following her passion for Animals by studying Animal Management at New College Stamford, Rosie said “I feel that the experience with the hummingbirds and cranes, both of which are extremely difficult to keep in captivity, alongside the broad experiences gained at college have made me a top candidate when being considered for internships”.

As well as gaining amazing internships abroad, Rosie also spent October travelling Europe exploring different zoos.

Rosie said “My plans next year are to visit America next summer at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre then I hope to spend Autumn to Winter in Australia working on organic farms”.

From receiving her first breeding incubator at only 11 years old, Rosie has always been keen to care for animals but didn’t realise she could have a career out of something she loved! Now she has just that.

If you have a passion for animals and want to study something you love just like Rosie did, discover 100 different species of animals on site at New College Stamford’s Open Evening on 26th January or call 01780 484311 for more information.