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.
The Smithsonian Institution’s Gabon Biodiversity Program seeks to increase knowledge and awareness of biodiversity in the local landscape, which includes elephants, gorillas and sea turtles, and the largest oil exploration project in Gabon. The Program works to minimize the impact of development on biodiversity and increase local capacity to manage and develop natural resources.
CCF works to preserve the future of not only the cheetah, but its total environment and those of other animals as well as the farmers in rural Namibia.
ATREE is a non-profit research institution working in the areas of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development to conserve India’s biodiversity. Interns can assist on current research projects or support marketing and communication efforts from the office in Bangalore.