1-3 month internship which focuses on both aspects of terrestrial and marine wildlife conservation in Indonesia. You will be learning about the Javan Rhino and Javan Leopard and what is being done to monitor and protect these keystone species. You will also explore and learn about the diversity of coral off the coast of Ujung Kulon National Park and how coral transplantation is helping rebuild what has been lost. Along with its wildlife, you will also learn about and from the local communities and their culture in western Indonesia. This experience will give you a once in a lifetime experience while building resume quality skills in wildlife conservation. You will learn and practice techniques in community based conservation, outreach, conservation science, marketing, ecosystem management, research, and much more! Current program fee does NOT include airfare and spending money. Program Fee includes transportation to and from airport as well as the duration of the trip, food, lodging, and all host fees.
A passion for wildlife conservation, desire and willingness to learn more about wildlife conservation, and a non-expired passport for travel. Able to hike and swim at a medium to advanced level.