AWC offers opportunities for promising graduate students to gain valuable field experience in conservation research via its Internship Program.
Each internship is designed to provide an exciting training program, and to introduce conservation biologists to a variety of sanctuaries with a host of different ecosystems, flora and fauna, field techniques, and conservation issues.
The intern will be mentored by a team of experienced ecologists, who will provide on-going assessment throughout the training program.
At the end of the training program, the intern’s progress will be evaluated, and an assessment report provided.
The internships provide a modest living stipend for the duration of the program, plus travel assistance.
We are offering 21 internships across our network of sanctuaries, which range from 4.5 to 6 months in duration.
Basic self-contained single accommodation is available on site at most sanctuary locations. However, AWC provided accommodation may not be available at some locations. An additional accommodation/travel allowance may be provided to the intern to support other arrangements. This will be discussed further with the successful applicants.
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