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Eco Travel guide: Being a sea turtle volunteer

Maybe, this is the first time you decide to become a sea turtle volunteer. Or, perhaps you are a seasoned volunteer with multiple turtle trips under your belt. Or, maybe you are just a bit curious about being a sea…

Volunteering with orangutans, gibbons and more at Matang, Borneo

My name is Ann; a 33-year-old UK national. In May 2019, I graduated from the University of Hull with a First-Class Honours degree in Wildlife and Conservation Management. Over the past six years, I have completed a number of volunteer…

Personal experiences of a Sun Bear Volunteer in Sepilok, Borneo

Cameron Watson, a geography graduate from Glasgow Scotland, spoke to us about his personal experiences as a Sun Bear Volunteer in Sepilok, Borneo. He put his previous experience in charity work and his physical ability from sports to good use…

INTERNSHIPS

Learning conservation and animal care as a Wildlife Rescue Intern in Indonesia

Hannah talks about her experiences as an intern at the Java Wildlife Rescue Centre My name is Hannah Griffiths I am 22 and from England. I studied geography at the university of Plymouth. Previously, I volunteered for Save Vietnams Wildlife…

Wildlife Communication Internship

Wildlife Rescue and Fundraising Internship

CARE FOR RESCUED WILDLIFE: ORANGUTAN, GIBBONS, SUN BEARS and other RAINFOREST ANIMALSPLUS HELP TO RAISE MONEY for a better quality of life for these rescued animals. Poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking are at crisis levels, especially in Asia. The rescue…

ANIMAL SPECIES

Eco Travel guide: Being a sea turtle volunteer

Maybe, this is the first time you decide to become a sea turtle volunteer. Or, perhaps you are a seasoned volunteer with multiple turtle trips under your belt. Or, maybe you are just a bit curious about being a sea…

Inspiring animal rescue stories from Cikananga in West Java, Indonesia

One of the largest wildlife rescue centres in the world Cikananga Wildlife Centre (Cikananga Foundation) in Java is one of the largest rescue centres of its type. This is directly related to the fact that Indonesia is one of the…

How to become a wildlife vet?

Jemima Williams Jemima is a veterinary student at Cambridge University, specialising in Conservation Science and Ecology. Through immersive blog posts, she hopes to help prospective wildlife veterinarians, such as herself, to learn more about the profession. Simultaneously, her goal is…

CONSERVATION CAREER

Is an academic career in conservation research and teaching worth pursuing ?

Here are the pros and cons It’s no secret that trying to cultivate an academic career is a long and arduous journey. If you have a bachelor’s degree, it is only the beginning. You will need to study further for…

Do I need a University Degree to work in Conservation?

This post was updated on 14 July 2020 Traditionally, it has been true that the route to a job in conservation was via a university degree in Life Sciences. The range of subjects, such as Biology, Botany, (Marine) Ecology and…

What is the right conservation career for me? [with free personality tests]

How to decide what is the right conservation career ‘What’s the right conservation career for me?’ is a question we’re commonly asked. Nature conservation is a diverse and expanding field, but there’s one common thread for all practitioners: an absolute…

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB IN CONSERVATION?

career advice centre

Finding a job in conservation or wildlife is difficult.

To help you in your job search, we have partnered with the leading Conservation Careers Advice centre. They have been helping thousands of job seekers all over the world with free information and membership offers.

CAREERS PAGE

Visit our special Conservation Careers page on this site and get lots of useful tips and links to help your job search

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