Briana Burkes is interning at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida. She is an animal and dairy sciences major at MSU. Her favorite part of the internship is getting to work up close and personal with tigers. She said she's learned how to keep her composure with the wild animals. "Working with larger animals is not so bad since I have experience working with cows at Mississippi State University. I have learned good hard work." Briana said the experience has been an eye-opener into the world of the sale of exotic animals. She chose her major because she enjoys working with animals. She chose the internship because she may one day want to work with exotic animals. She recommends the internship to future students. "There is so much to learn and it is just a great experience."
How to Become a Bulldog
- Apply to MSU.
- Make sure you submit the $40 application fee, official transcript, your official test scores (ACT & SAT), and any college coursework you have completed.
- Fill out the Scholarship resume and submit by December 1st for Competitive scholarships, August 1st for Leadership & Service Scholarships.
- Fill out your housing application by April 1st.
- Come to Academic Insight.
- Complete the FASFA.
- Register for Orientation.
- Welcome to the family!