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!
Contribute to efforts to improve conservation of biodiversity in Costa Rica! Internships tasks center around monitoring, planning, and participating in governance of biological habitat corridors in the region.
Live and learn about sustainability in a hands-on way. Explore creative and applied solutions to the effects of climate change, particularly as relates to community development and education, ecotourism, and farming.
Take part in genetics and biotech research on topics like seed reproduction, propagation, and preservation.
Sustainable agricultural efforts and research, including silvopastoral systems, integrated pest management, carbon-neutral dairy operation, cacao farming, and more.
Since 2013, this program has offered a variety of fieldwork practicums with a focus on social work and public health.
Interns will support a community-based non-profit focused on human rights for sex workers in Singapore and beyond. Project X is challenging the stigma of sex work and working to end discrimination that results in physical, verbal, emotional, and financial violence.
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!
Participate in a business internship with a focus on international commerce in the birthplace of chocolate. As a fair-trade chocolate producer, this company’s business model is designed to give back to the local community and provide fair wages to local cacao growers.
Participate in a culinary internship with two master chocolatiers in the birthplace of chocolate. Drawing on historical records dating back to the European conquest of the Americas, their line of fair-trade chocolates is created from start-to-finish in Costa Rica and includes flavors drawn from local ingredients.