If exploring foreign landscapes and the animals that roam it sounds like a dream come true, then perhaps a career in wildlife conservation is for you. You’ll get to work outdoors and protect our wildlife while exploring places that most people only dream about.
To set yourself up for a successful career in wildlife conservation, participate in practical field studies through an internship. You’ll gather scientific research data that contribute to future conservation policies. These new skills will be hard to overlook on your resume when you start applying for any future job.
From conserving wildlife in the African savannah to assisting with animal rehabilitation in the Amazon Rainforest, we have a range of Marine and Wildlife Conservation Projects. To help you decide on the best internship for you, we’ve outlined the research potential in each of our projects.
Land-based wildlife isn’t for everyone and the sea may be more your calling. With this in mind, we also have Marine Conservation internships for you to take a look at. You might find yourself studying sharks in Fiji or protecting the coral reefs in Thailand and Belize.
With all this in mind, where will you be headed?