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A WIDE RANGE OF INTERNSHIPS

HOW TO APPLY

Send your CV and short explanation why you want to intern with us, to:
contact@malaysianwildlife.org

– VOLUNTEER, FULL-TIME
– DURATION: 3 MONTHS
– TRAINING PROVIDED
– PERSONAL MENTOR
– £ 150 /MONTH ACCOMMODATION & FOOD 

INTERNSHIPS THAT OFFER WORK EXPERIENCE AND CV SKILLS IN STUNNING LOCATIONS

There is a wide range of internships available for young graduates and budding conservationists. Practically, these allow you to gain valuable work experience and CV skills. Our project locations are generally in the tropical rainforest or on paradise islands.

We are also proud to offer a groundbreaking combination with conservation experience and digital communication skills. This has proved so popular that we created a special website!  Learn more about these one-of-a-kind work and travel experiences offered by our partner: sustainablemarketing.academy

or browse the options below to intern for wildlife such as Animal Care and Husbandry, Veterinary, Marine and Communication.

Wildlife Communication Internship

APPLY NOW FOR THE WILDLIFE COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP IN FEBRUARY 2020 Experience wildlife rehabilitation PLUS develop skills in digital communication Do you have a passion for animals and their welfare? But also want to learn other skills to help wildlife conservation?…

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…

The ‘Rainforest Volunteer Coordinator’ Internship Is back!

Do you love the rainforest and want to gain conservation and leadership skills? Join us at our Merapoh Rainforest Station, on the borders of Malaysia’s Taman Negara (National Park) as a Rainforest Volunteer Co-ordinator. The conservation work is focused on…

Apply now for 2019 internships for conservation in Malaysia

It’s that time of year again! We are searching for motivated volunteers for the 2019 internships for conservation in Malaysia. Intern and gain conservation and career skills at awesome conservation projects in peninsular Malaysia. Most importantly, to bring you an…

Warm welcome to our Cambridge Marketing Intern 2018

A warm welcome to Lucy who has just started her role as Cambridge Marketing Intern 2018. Lucy is a Biology graduate from Nottingham University. She has already been working in Sales and Marketing, especially events and social media management. For the…

The search is on for the Cambridge Marketing Intern for CONSERVATION 2018

Do you have a passion for conservation? Are you a good communicator? Want to combine and develop into a career?   Then this is your chance. We have started our search for the  Cambridge Marketing Intern for Conservation 2018. Apply…

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…

CONSERVATION MARKETING INTERNSHIP IN THE RAINFOREST

Do you care about wildlife conservation and want to gain digital marketing skills? Application deadline: Ongoing, so apply now Location: Merapoh, Pahang, Malaysia Status: Volunteer internship Hours: Full-time Term: 6 months (with option for paid employment from month 7) Start…

Conservation Diving Internship: Work as a Marine Researcher and get a PADI diving certificate!

An awesome opportunity to perform conservation diving and gain practical work experience by assisting the research team at the Marine Research Station in the beautiful Perhentian Islands. This is an established project in partnership with the national Marine Parks Department,…

Do I need a University Degree to work in Conservation?

Traditionally, it has been true that the route to a job in conservation was via a university degree in Life Sciences, such as Biology, Botany, (Marine) Ecology and Zoology. Over the decades, the number of degree subjects has expanded to…

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