Field of Science

Get a monkey-job in Costa Rica

How about spending a year observing capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica? Sounds like a dream job to me. You even get to pick up their poo for analysis! And all this can become yours if only you apply to The Lomas Barbudal Capuchin Monkey Project at UCLA.
The Lomas Barbudal Monkey Project has 6 volunteer field assistant positions available annually, with a rolling deadline for applications. The job includes collecting behavioral data and fecal samples. These positions require a 1-year contract with a flexible start date (though most positions begin in early summer or in January). Room and board are paid by the project, and airfare up to a certain amount is covered contingent upon the completion of the 1-year contract.
Learn more about the job and how to apply.

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