Internship opportunities at Natural Heritage Division
- Academic background
Post graduate or graduate students with interest in areas such as Wetland Conservation, Biodiversity Conservation, sustainable development, environmental education, conservation, environmental sociology, etc.
- Skills and experience
Flexibility and willingness to work are key requirements for this internship. Interns are expected to have good organizational skills, writing and communication skills, computer skills, field experience and ability to work independently.
- Language requirements
The candidate should be able to speak, read and write English.
- Cover Letter
- Project proposal
For all necessary information Please mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org