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World Wildlife Fund Careers

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World Wildlife Fund Careers
Careers - WWF in the World 
 A Mighty Mission
WWF in the World
A Mighty Mission
Protecting the world’s wildlife is a massive undertaking, and to accomplish this, WWF’s mission must be broad. It takes complex planning and thoughtful collaboration with players big and small to determine the best course of action for saving endangered species and their habitats, but WWF is committed to building relationships and getting others involved in saving life on Earth.
Careers - WWF in the World
 Collaborate & Conserve
WWF in the World
Collaborate & Conserve
WWF strives to educate large governments and corporations on the importance of protecting the natural world; and in 2007, it teamed up with Coca-Cola to prove what was possible. Focused on water quality, efficiency, and conservation, WWF helped Coca-Cola improve its business practices and showed that—through collaboration—conservation can be good for the planet and good for business.
Careers - What WWF Does 
 WWF 101
What WWF Does
WWF 101
Formed in 1961 by a group of concerned biologists, WWF is the world’s leading conservation organization, supporting projects focused on saving wildlife species and their habitats. Now over 50 years old, WWF works in over 100 countries and is supported by more than 6 million members around the world—uniquely combining global reach, scientific innovation, and local action to meet the needs of people and nature.
Careers - Office Culture 
 Panda Pride
Office Culture
Panda Pride
The panda may be just one of the many species WWF has worked to save, but as its iconic black and white logo, the panda has become the relatable representative of WWF’s mission. Internally, employees affectionately refer to each other as “pandas” and many of them take pride in becoming lifelong pandas—passionate to work for an organization that offers international opportunities and limitless possibilities.
 
 
“You can’t put a fence around an elephant or a rhino and think that’s it, if the species is going to be saved—you have to do more.”
-Lee Poston
Director, Media & External Affairs
 
“You can’t put a fence around an elephant or a rhino and think that’s it, if the species is going to be saved—you have to do more.”
 
 
“Our ultimate goal is to save life on Earth—save the diversity of life, save the wildlife habitats, and the species that rely on them.”
-Lee Poston
Director, Media & External Affairs
 
“Our ultimate goal is to save life on Earth—save the diversity of life, save the wildlife habitats, and the species that rely on them.”