About Campaignends 31 Mar 2022, 11:59 PM
Candidates are presented with an exceptional opportunity to engage with our experts and scientists in landscape and seascape conservation, allowing them to make a genuine difference in protecting nature. We provide an immersive employment experience in diverse fields such as sustainable supply chain management, sustainable tourism, natural climate solutions management, scientific research, and conservation communications while developing their leadership and critical thinking skills. In addition, candidates will experience the culture of a global non-profit organization and interact with multiple stakeholders from local communities to government agencies and corporations.
The paid internships and scholarships are open to students from Singapore universities such as NUS, SMU, and NTU. The program is offered to undergraduates and postgraduates, and ranges from 3 months to 2 years. Donations will help expand the current program to offer internships and scholarships to more students.
Since 2015, 44 students have benefited from this program. This program gives individuals the opportunity to get a head-start on their conservation and sustainability careers, helping Singapore develop the talent required to support the Green Plan 2030.
All donations qualify for the Tote Board Enhanced Fund-Raising match.
About the Charity
Every breath we take, every bite we eat, it all starts with nature.
Everything that makes our lives and livelihoods possible has its origins in the natural world. Unfortunately, we are pushing nature beyond its limits. Our growing global population's demand for resources is depleting forests and oceans faster than they can recover. Nature has time to evolve, as it always has. Humans don't.
NATURE IS SPEAKING. IT IS TELLING US TO ACT.
For more than 30 years, Conservation International has worked across the Asia-Pacific region to protect the nature that humanity depends upon. We work from the individual and community levels. We build partnerships and collaborate with NGOs, corporate partners, and government, to conserve the region's most vital remaining natural areas for the benefit of humanity.