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Take a Gap Semester Abroad in South AmericaSee this project
- Price: $7,895 USD for 8 weeks
- Extra Weeks: $300 USD
- Start Date: Throughout the year
- Minimum Duration: 8 weeks
- Ages: 17-24
Giant Tortoise Conservation in the Galapagos IslandsSee this project
- Price: $2,970 USD for 1 week
- Extra Weeks: $430 USD
- Start Date: Anytime
- Minimum Duration: 1 week
- Ages: 16 or over
What will I gain from wildlife conservation volunteering abroad?
By working with animals in the heart of nature, you’ll give back to a community that needs help while developing your own skills.
Here are just some of the benefits that our previous volunteers talk about:
- Knowledge of practical conservation and environmental sciences
- Global competencies like teamwork, communication, leadership, resilience, organizing, planning, and time management
- The ability to work and empathise with people of different cultures and backgrounds, helping to develop a ‘global mindset’
- Confidence from pushing past your comfort zone
All of the above will help your personal development and add practical wildlife conservation work experience to your resume.
I really enjoyed working with the turtles and crocodiles, and it has secured what I want to do later in my life, which is working in conservation and animal welfare. - Rosanna H, Sea Turtle Conservation in Mexico
Why does wildlife conservation volunteering matter?
Protecting our planet is more important than ever. As the human population increases, natural habitats and resources are declining. This has a devastating impact on wildlife and vulnerable ecosystems. They can’t recover without our help.
In today’s fast paced society, it’s easy to feel like part of the problem rather than the solution. Now’s the time to take action, so that future generations can enjoy our planet for years to come.
I absolutely loved my project in the rainforest. We did a bird and lemur census, planted trees, collected seedlings, picked up litter, did path restoration, built bins, and educated local villagers about recycling and waste management. It was such a wonderful experience to work with the locals, learning from them, as well as teaching them. - Katie F, Lemur Research and Protection in Madagascar
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