IN-17043 Wildlife Conservation Intern

Overview

Overview

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Wildlife Conservation Intern at our Washington, DC office. This position is responsible for conducting research and assisting the Wildlife Conservation team’s projects and goals.

 

 

Responsibilities

Internship Responsibilities

  • Conducts research on an array of wildlife conservation topics, including but not limited to:
    • China – Ivory Demand Reduction
    • Tiger conservation efforts
    • Wildlife Crime – including CITES
  • Propose ideas that are innovative and help to deliver on the conservation goals of the Wildlife Conservation portfolio. Work with other teams within WWF-US and globally to gather assets and deliver research.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

 

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, media, marketing or related subject is required
  • At least two years years’ relevant professional experience
  • Ability to multi-task projects projects
  • Excellent written and spoken English – other languages an advantage
  • Ability to work as part of a team in a multi-cultural environment
  • Interest in conservation and environmental issues
  • Adhere to WWF’s brand values: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Determined and Engaging

 

Location:

Washington, DC

 

Compensation:

Paid

 

How to apply: Please submit a resume & cover letter through our Careers page.

https://careers-wwfus.icims.com/jobs/search , IN-17043

 

* Please note that WWF does not provide VISA sponsorship to interns

 

 


See Inside the Office of World Wildlife Fund

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.


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