Conservation High School Specials for Teens
Projects Abroad’s Conservation High School Special projects are for students who want to contribute to the preservation and protection of rare plant and animal species. As a volunteer, you can get involved with environmental and wildlife conservation initiatives that focus on activities such as reforestation, observing and analyzing habitats and animal populations, collecting data, building and maintenance work, and more. If you choose to participate in a marine conservation project, you will also learn to dive and have the opportunity to earn a diving certification.
Conservation & Environment High School Specials Projects in:
Volunteer in Belize and receive your Open Water Diving certification before contributing to meaningful conservation activities aimed at protecting the Belize Barrier Reef.
Live and work on the tropical island of Koh Sdach and get your diving certification before contributing to important marine conservation efforts.
Get involved with important ongoing conservation work in Costa Rica and help with tasks such as reforestation work, mammal, butterfly, and bat studies, maintenance work, and restoring trails.
Volunteer in Costa Rica as a high school student and help conserve the environment in a tropical dry forest. You will also spend time assisting local teachers in the community by facilitating fun educational activities with children at an elementary school.
In Ecuador, you have the opportunity to help support disadvantaged children at a summer camp and contribute to important conservation efforts at the Galapagos National Park
Volunteer in Fiji and get involved with diving activities, conducting scientific research, observing scientists catch and tag juvenile sharks, helping with mangrove reforestation, and more.
As a volunteer, you can help protect endangered species in Kenya and contribute to preservation efforts, including the aim to protect and monitor the rare Rothschild's giraffe.
Volunteer in Madagascar and spend part of your summer exploring the island, assisting with important conservation work, and contributing to the local community.
Volunteers in Mexico divide their time between contributing to the preservation of endangered turtles and crocodile conservation, learning Spanish, and practicing their new language skills with local people.
Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, volunteers participate in a conservation project to protect and preserve rare plant and animal species. Your tasks include wildlife observations, night observation walks, work on our animal release program, and more.
In Southern Africa, there is a great deal of conservation work for volunteers to get involved with. You can take part in activities such as wrapping trees to prevent damage from elephants, removing alien plants, and collecting scientific data about the birds and elephants living on the reserve.
After learning the basics of scuba diving and underwater sign language, volunteers help protect coral reefs and tropical fish.