Our internships are 6-month unpaid positions that provide valuable hands-on experience working for a community-based conservation-development organization. We also host independent student researchers from universities around the world that carry out targeted research projects. Past research topics of our independent researchers have included: manatee baseline studies, alternative livelihood options for Toledo fishers, dolphin baseline study, and GIS habitat mapping.
Current openings are listed below. For independent student researcher opportunities, please contact Science Director James Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a wide range of conservation training and experience opportunities, check out our Ridge to Reef Expeditions volunteering program