Build your research skills in one of the most biodiverse countries in the world! Interns can study bugs, primates, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish, or birds and their ecology. This site encourages the eventual publication of scientific findings, as it aims to bring more awareness to the preservation of Paraguay’s beautiful habitats and diverse wildlife.
Support the efforts of Singapore’s first wildlife rescue center run by a non-profit and learn about local species and the illegal wildlife trade. Interns at ACRES will support daily animal care, including food preparation and distribution, cleaning and maintenance of enclosures, enrichment activities, and educational outreach. Interns with prior experience may also be able to support rescue operations and volunteer vet care.
The South African Shark Conservancy, is an NGO committed to the conservation and sustainable use of living marine resources. They conduct ecosystem-based research to understand sharks and their habitats for conservation and management purposes. Interns will be part of making lasting contributions to shark conservation.
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.
This premier international research center conducts scientific research and explorations of natural history at seven different terrestrial and marine field stations equipped with modern laboratories.
Our Wildlife and Conservation partner is a charity dedicated to inspiring people to appreciate and…
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.
This organization provides leadership in education, research and the responsible use of natural resources in the tropics. Interns will support the research, environmental sustainability, eco-tourism, and educational projects that take place at one of their biological stations and botanical gardens near San Vito, Costa Rica.
The primary focus of this site is on sea turtle conservation, including locating and monitoring nests and collecting data on sea turtles in the ocean. Interns also participate in conservation efforts related to marine birds, sharks, rays, and more, and engage with the local fishing community on topics of environmentalism and sustainability.