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Elephant Conservation Internship in Thailand

Elephant Conservation Internship in Thailand

Elephant Conservation Internship in Thailand

Trip Details:

Operator:   GVI - Global Vision International
Price From:  7,100 USD
Program duration:  24 week
Trip Dates:  01-01-2017,30-04-2017,01-06-2017,30-09-2017

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About this program

Travel to Thailand and join an exciting elephant conservation internship with GVI. Interns will participate in three areas, including: Community education, plant diversity, and elephants.

Internships are geared towards improving leadership skills and arming interns will both hard and soft skills that will set you apart in the job force.

Itinerary

Life on the Internship

During your first 6 weeks, you will work alongside other volunteers and learn about the day to day running of the project. Your days will be split between morning hikes into the Chiang Mai forest with the elephants and their mahouts. In the afternoons you will return to base where there will be lectures on elephant keeping and other training needed to assess the elephant’s health and conduct surveys in the forest. The following 6 weeks will see you go through training sessions with previous interns/staff where you will learn more about the 3 aspects incorporated into this internship. The final 12 weeks of your internship will be spent running and organizing each intern project for one month each. Our elephant conservation internship will allow you to work closely with our elephant herd, their mahouts and the local community in an effort to promote sustainable eco-tourism.

Country Fast Facts

Thailand

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Continent: Asia
Official Language(s) Thai
Capital: Bangkok
Population 67,959,000 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s) Tropical Savanna, Monsoon, Equatorial
Major Airport(s): Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK), Phuket International Airport (HKT), Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Manufacturing, Energy, Tourism, Banking/Finance
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