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Look no further! Cloverleaf offers hands-on internships for those interested in the horsepower behind equine-assisted services and learning.

Internships-About Our Internship Program

About Our Internship Program

Cloverleaf interns will be responsible for assisting the Program Director, Operations Director and Volunteer Coordinator with day-to-day program operations. Duties may include but are not limited to: developing lesson plans and schedules for program clients, assisting with horse care and facility maintenance (based on skill level), and execution of special projects.

You will learn and be exposed to
  • Real-world knowledge of working with clients, vendors and volunteers
  • Hands-on strategizing and planning
  • Participation in regular meetings

Typical Duties Include

Researching and Implementing Plans

Researching and implementing lesson plans

Overseeing Horse Beautification Schedule

Developing and overseeing horse beautification schedule (based on skill level)

Oversee Barn Shifts

Oversee daily barn shifts (based on skill level)

Assisting with Volunteer Management Icon

Assisting with volunteer management



  • Currently enrolled in academic learning (veterinary/animal science majors or knowledge is helpful not required)
  • Experience with horses is recommended, but not required
  • A sincere heart for people and motivated to help with what’s needed
Internships-Schedule and Compensation

Schedule and Compensation

Inquire about available schedules and compensation by emailing the office.

Summer 2023 Internships are Closed

Interning is a good option to connect with Cloverleaf and start working with us sooner.

Please send your resume to Program Director Tessa Hassett