We look to the immense abilities, knowledge and enthusiasm of people and organizations to help us recruit more supporters and innovators in this new no-kill era of animal welfare.
We stand alongside fellow and future leaders to cultivate their potential and amplify their efforts.
Join us and take advantage of our current education grant opportunities. More information, including grant cycles and how to apply, can be found at the links below.
Maddie’s® Apprenticeship Program is a new and exciting opportunity for shelters and rescue organizations to share ideas and strategies to improve lifesaving. Through a blended learning experience, either direct hands-on and/or online, organizations looking to improve their practices will benefit from the wisdom shared by well established innovative programs that have proven to save lives. Check out our Apprenticeship Opportunities.
Future shelter leaders receive one-on-one training through a year-long Deputy Executive Director field placement and leadership training program to increase the number of no-kill leaders working in the industry. Learn More.
Maddie's® Leadership Program is offering full scholarships to the University of the Pacific Online Animal Shelter Management Certificate Program, a program developed and managed by Humane Network. This program provides knowledge you will need to advance your career in animal sheltering or assume a shelter management role with a focus on maximizing the shelter's lifesaving potential through leadership, program management, community engagement and shelter/clinic operations. Learn more.
Maddie’s Fund® is offering shelter medicine externships. The shelter medicine externship is designed to let shelters share their model programs related to shelter medicine, particularly the care, treatment and well-being of the animals residing in the shelter. Learn more.
Maddie’s Fund® is offering up to $50,000 per year to U.S. based Veterinary Colleges/Schools to train an intern in shelter medicine, in conjunction with a 501c3 non-profit or government animal shelter. Learn more.