Interns will be individually placed with a specific organization focused on topics related to public policy and planning, such as environmentalism, sustainability, non-profit work, urban development, community engagement, and more!
Encourage stewardship and support outdoor conservation programs with a nonprofit in the heart of Singapore. Interns will directly support the work of Waterways Watch Society (WWS) by coordinating and leading educational and clean-up programs for visitors of all ages. Popular programs take place on foot, bike, and kayak. English language internship. Perfect for students who want to work outdoors and share their passion for the environment!
Learn more about New Zealand’s native species, conservation efforts, and animal care in internships across New Zealand. Animal-related opportunities are available in a wide variety of roles relating to animal/wildlife science, animal nutrition, wildlife ecology, avian science, veterinary science, husbandry, zoo management, education, rehabilitation, habitat restoration, and conservation.
Interns will gain hands-on experience working with animals at one of the parks run by Wildlife Reserves Singapore (Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari, Singapore Zoo). Interns will support daily animal husbandry, including preparing food and feeding animals, cleaning animal facilities, behavioral and environmental enrichment improvements, and other tasks as needed. Ideal for students studying zoology, wildlife science, veterinary science, and conservation.
Help bring nature and the English language to underserved youth in Japan with Mirai no Mori, a Tokyo nonprofit that runs outdoor camps, nature weekends, and leadership programs for abused, neglected, and orphaned children. Interns are primarily needed during summer term to help prepare and run three week-long camps in the forest. Office-based positions in fall and spring term may be possible, focusing on event management, fundraising, and program planning. Conversational Japanese or higher required.
Develop your cross-cultural professional skills in a variety of fields while in New Zealand. Individualized placements are available in business, communications, social work, art and design, film, sports, non-profit management, hospitality, tourism, architecture, and education.
This wildlife rescue site focuses on the care, rehabilitation and study of Costa Rican wildlife, including sloths, toucans, macaws, owls, monkeys, and other creatures that become injured, ill, or orphaned in the wild. The site gives them a loving home with the goal of providing appropriate medical treatment, rehabilitation and then – when possible – returning them to their natural environments. Interns at this site will assist with daily animal care and clinical activities.
Share your passion for environmental education and global citizenship with children and teens near Bangkok, Thailand. Interns provide teaching and programming support to the Traidhos Barge Program, part of the Three Generation Community for Learning.
Interns will be placed in one of a handful of conservation-focused organizations. Opportunities range from working at an award-winning aquarium, to working with eland-the largest antelope in Africa, to gaining hands-on experience with African penguins, to working with the Western Cape government managing local nature reserves. South Africa has some of the most beautiful nature in the world and you can gain valuable professional experience at a reputable organization within this key industry in Cape Town and the surrounding areas.
Internship on a 25-acre organic farm with an eco-lodge provides hands-on opportunities for students interested in biodiversity, sustainability, tourism, hospitality, and non-profit management in India. Research projects also possible.