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Start off your career in the marine conservation industry at an exciting conservation internship with GVI. Gain experience by assisting with the assessment of the health of the Mesoamerican barrier reef system, contributing directly to the largest database in existence for this area.
Join daily dives, training sessions, marine debris surveys and removal, and turtle surveys (seasonal).
GVI Internship programs focus on the development of professional skills while providing a well-rounded conservation experience. Participants are provided with a mentor who will monitor the progress on a weekly basis and be a professional reference after successful completion of the program.
|Official Language(s)||No official. National language is Spanish|
|Population||119,530,753 (2015 estimate)|
|Climate(s)||Tropical Wet/Dry, Semi-arid, Arid Desert, Temperate, Humid Subtropical, Mediterranean|
|Major Airport(s):||Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX), Cancun International Airport (CUN), Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport (GDL), General Mariano Escobedo International Airport (MTY)|
|Economic Driver(s):||Agriculture, Industry, Oil, Energy, Manufacturing,Tourism|
Explore Ecuador with it’s rich culture and diverse wildlife. Located in the Amazon jungle, the 60 hectare center rescues animals, mainly birds, primates and reptiles,...
Length of Trip: 2 weeks
Enter the seemingly untouched waterways and flooded rainforest of the Amazon basin in northeastern Peru and help Earthwatch to research the rare species that roam...
Length of Trip: 15 days