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    Equine Internship Programs at West Coast Morgans, Inc.

    West Coast Morgans, Inc.

    17126 Boy Scout Rd., Odessa, FL 33556
    Full-time, Part-time

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          Equine Internship Programs at West Coast Morgans, Inc.

          West Coast Morgans, Inc.
          17126 Boy Scout Rd., Odessa, FL 33556
          Full-time, Part-time
          Refer friends, get paid!

          Job Description

          Do you have a fierce love of horses and are you seeking the best hands-on experience designed to help you meet your future career goals?

          West Coast Morgans, Inc. is proud to help advance committed individuals in the equine business, marketing, veterinary and training fields on their way to reach their personal career goals. West Coast Morgans, Inc. is a family-friendly and highly driven equestrian facility, who’s mission is to educate and train students on the art of horsemanship. Our programs include training for shows, personal goals, as well as riding lessons, and specialty camps. 

          West Coast Morgans, Inc. has set the standard in top quality equestrian business programs, and seeks interns who want to broaden their horizons by working with some of the finest trainers and staff in the country and wonderful Morgan horses. We are the benchmark for our competitors, and are continuing to improve our place in the market with the best staff and management operations. To become a member of our team, consider the possible internship opportunities below, and come visit to see what we do, and why we are the best.

          Program Highlights:

          The mission of the internship program is to offer quality hands-on learning in a fast-paced, exhilarating environment in preparation that will assist in finding future career opportunities.

          Interns are carefully monitored by the Operations Manager and their direct supervisors to ensure that they actively participate in his/her learning experiences, and if applicable, meet the requirements of their educational institution for academic credit.  Internships last for 10-12 weeks, depending on the season.

          Internships are structured within a high energy, positive learning environment, and include:  good communication, a plan and objectives, and performance evaluations.  Interns are required to maintain an online planner and be able to organize daily tasks and be self-motivated. The Operations Manager will facilitate these processes with the intern throughout the internship to provide measurable success and training.  

          What positions are available?

          Internship opportunities vary, some yearly some seasonally , and include the following internships:

          • Summer Camp Session
          • Groom/Equine Management 
          • Operations/Business Administration

          Who is eligible?  Applicants must:

              •    Be at least 18 years of age.

              •    Have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

              •    Currently pursuing continued education either through Field Experience or College Program.

              •    Have or be able to get CPR Training prior to start date.

              •    Have demonstrated extensive experience with horses.

          To be considered for a position, applicants must provide cover letter and resume attachments as well as availability and which type of internship is desired.

          Intern Schedule Requirements

              •    Must be willing and able to commit the duration of each internship, a minimum of 10 weeks, unless special dispensation is needed.

              •    Summer Camp Interns must be able to commit to a schedule of a minimum of 30 hours per week.

              •    Groom/Equine Management Interns must be able to commit to a schedule of a minimum of 10-20 hours per week. Some nights and weekends may be required.

              •    Operations/Administration Interns must be able to commit to a schedule of a minimum of 10-20 hours per week. Some nights and weekends may be required.


          Program Benefits:

          • There is a base stipend for all interns. Internships are given a small stipend at periodic intervals on a sliding scale, based on attitude, effort, and competency. 
          • Interns are offered and encouraged to take advantage of the no charge riding and driving benefits during the session period.  
          • At the successful completion of an internship period, the intern will receive a letter of reference.
          • Should the intern exceed performance expectations, bonuses may be given in the form of money, gift cards, and or additional riding/driving privileges.


          Intern Qualification Requirements

          •    Must present both outstanding oral and written communication skills.

          •    Must be able to operate a personal computer, copier, phone, fax, and wireless equipment.

          •    Must be proficient in Apple or equivalent word-processing software, and Google Calendar, or equivalent, and be able to adjust to our computer systems, Apple OS X and Web-based calendar and Evernote reminder software.

              •    Must demonstrate the ability to lift 50 pounds and assist children with mounting and dismounting horses. 

              •    Must demonstrate excellent horsemanship skills on the horse, and on the ground, and be able to explain and exemplify the best safety skills, basic horsemanship essentials to students of all ages, and adults.

              •    Must work well with children, and have positive, nurturing skills as well as creativity. 

          If an internship offer is made:

              •    Candidate will be responsible for a non-refundable $25 Application Fee.

              •    All offers are contingent on the successful completion of a criminal background screening.

              •    All internship offers are also contingent on receipt of documentation of Tetanus vaccination within the last 10 years.


          SUMMER SESSIONS:  We will accept candidates prior to this timeline as applications are processed.

          • May 1– Applications are due 
          • May 15 – Students notified of status
          • May 30 - Summer semester begins
          • August 15  - Summer semester ends
            (there is flexibility with arrival and departure dates)


          Summer Camp Internship Program Details:

          Interns are expected, under supervision, to:

          • Co-Plan with Senior Staff members, all weekly and daily activities that are engaging and fresh for campers and staff, focused on weekly themes
          • Comprise educational materials for each week’s activities
          • Facilitate planning and delegating information to the camp staff team
          • Teaching beginning and limited intermediate students on the ground and under saddle.
          • Design, Monitor and Document camper/student horsemanship progress and report to parents at end of day and in progress booklets.
          • Design stimulating age-specific events and arts & crafts for campers, on limited budget.
          • Help manage the care of the lesson/camp horses to keep them happy and healthy, so they may best serve the campers and staff safely.
          • Be able to represent WCM off-site, speak with groups and individuals about the program, and distribute promotional materials.
          • Generate and implement business promotional ideas.
          • Be dedicated to the financial and emotional success of the summer session and WCM business goals. 
          • Bring energy to the day’s activities, and help drive the joy of being at WCM for a fantastic summer camp experience for all, staff, campers, families, and horses.
          • Have fun every day on the job, rain or shine.


          How to Apply:

          Complete our online application below and email a copy and your resume. Email for more information:


          WCM Internship Preliminary Application:


          Mailing address:

          Email address:

          Phone number:

          Dates you are available:


          After completing this form, please email a copy of your resume and horse experience to:


          What type of internship are you seeking?  Please provide some details of what type of internship you seek and goals you wish to achieve.

          What do you know about West Coast Morgans, Inc.?

          What do you know about Morgan horses?

          Are you familiar with Saddle Seat or Driving?

          If you could pick your perfect job what would it be?

          What are your short/long range career goals?

          Are you creative? If yes, please describe something creative you have done in the last year.?

          Describe a basic beginner riding lesson.

          Please share anything else about yourself that you would like us to know.


          After completing this form, please email a copy of your resume and horse experience to:


          Posting ID: 36553244Posted: 2020-07-14