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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,…

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Become an sustainability leader with the CONSERVATION MARKETING STUDY INTERNSHIP

Communication is a vital part of conservation. It is needed within teams to achieve a common vision and goals, and it is necessary to address a wider audience. Although conservation science is evolving, not many conservationists have professional marketing communication skills. Through this pioneering conservation marketing study internship, we aim to nurture future ecological leaders as skillful communicators.

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

How to decide what is the right conservation career

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 passion for nature and its wildlife.

Apart from this closeness to nature, there are only a few other general traits, as there really is no definitive list of competencies for conservation professionals. Certainly, good communications skills to facilitate team work or engage different audiences are needed, as conservation is just as much about driving behaviour change as it is about wildlife management. Finally, perseverance is a much-needed attribute, in your job search and throughout your career, as it can feel like fighting a losing battle sometimes.

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