New Mexico’s Mustang Camp Seeking Summer Interns

Mustang Camp is a non-profit organization located in New Mexico that works to train wild horses for adoption.

Mustang Camp currently has room for four interns a month during the summer 2017 season. Mustang Camp offers an intensive academic and practical hands-on training program that works with wild horses from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

The program is designed to help all levels of trainers explore training skills and techniques in a hands-on focused environment. The objective of the training program is to promote humane training methods and to give students a competitive edge in the world of animal training. For more information on what to expect from the experience, please follow this link.

Undergraduate students who are academic-minded horse-persons and are not afraid of horses are encouraged to apply. Students with only a casual interest or limited equine experience should not apply.
Mustang Camp will work with students to arrange college credit at their institution. Students are allowed to stay longer than one month at no extra cost to fulfill the requirements of their internship program. 
The program has monthly sessions beginning in April and running through September of 2017. Each session costs $1500, which is payable in 3 equal payments. 
To apply, complete the application form.

For more information on the Mustang Camp internship, please follow this link to the Mustang Camp website:

For questions or concerns, please contact Patricia at 505-419-2575 or send an email to


Posted: February 24, 2017


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