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I spent the summer interning with an NGO that is dedicated to protecting natural spaces and also incorporating them into urban landscapes. Their environmental projects include reforestation, urban greening and environmental conservation. The internship provided me the opportunity to gain real-life experience, something I can't get from reading a textbook. The international component of the internship provided me with invaluable insights into other cultures and allowed me to reflect on my interactions with others and the importance of communication. The skills and experience I gained interning in South Africa will benefit me and contribute to my future professional endeavors.

- Bailey Bryan
Kaya Responsible Travel - South Africa

 

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Students have the opportunity to participate in service learning/volunteer programs. Examples include elephant conservation in Namibia, CEAT Fire Protection in South Africa, Community Health in Rural Clinics in Costa Rica. Students interested in service learning programs can search specific to their college below. 

 

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 Featured and Example Programs

 

 

Business Development & Engineering

Intern in Columbia with Indura Group
The industrial giant specializes in metalworking, gas, welding, equipment provision and general power.

Theater & Music

Intern for a community-based theater in London.
Learn more about theater and music internships in locations around the world.

Elephant Conservation in Namibia

Providing solutions to the existing elephant-human conflict.
The project, working with the government, focuses on community water access in an effort to sustain elephant populations.
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