The ATREE approach is interdisciplinary and therefore accommodates a diversity of interests, knowledge and talent. Various options of fieldwork and project work are available. The Academy for Conservation and Sustainability Studies helps match intern interests with requirements on current ATREE projects. Forest field research is discouraged if interns do not possess a permit.
- Academic background
Undergraduate, graduate or post graduate students with interest in areas such as sustainable development, community forestry, agronomy, ecology, biology, environmental education, rural development, conservation, ecological economics , environmental sociology, etc.
- Skills and experience
Flexibility and willingness to work are key requirements for this internship. ATREE is involved in various projects and programmes in research, in the fields listed below; as well as in outreach and education initiatives. Interns are expected to have good organizational skills, writing and communication skills, computer skills, field experience relating to intern’s academic interests (e.g. scientific research, GIS, education) and ability to work independently.
- Language requirements
The candidate should be able to speak, read and write English
- Letter of purpose
- Reference letter
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org