Internship Opportunity at World Wide Fund (WWF) India

ABOUT WWF:

A part of WWF International, the organisation has made its presence felt through a sustained effort not only towards nature and wildlife conservation, but sensitising people by creating awareness through capacity building and enviro-legal activism. Historically, WWF-India started as a wildlife conservation organisation with a focus on protecting a particular species of wild flora and fauna. Over the years, the perspective broadened to reflect a more holistic understanding of conservation issues facing the country. Read more

WHO CAN APPLY: Students studying in recognized colleges, universities and institutions of higher learning

PERIOD: 1 month (minimum) & 6 months (maximum)

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit the following documents –

  1. A letter from the college /institution for internship duly forwarded by the Principal/Dean/Registrar of the College/University/Institution, in which the student is currently studying;
  2. Statement of intent indicating proposed work;
  3. (A resume showing academic accomplishments, work experience, language studies, volunteer experience etc. Please include the email address and tel. numbers.

in the prescribed format to the HR Department by sending an email with all the attachments to internships@wwfindia.net

You can also send you application through post at the following address:

Director-HR & Manpower Development
WWF-India, 172-B,
Lodi Estate, New Delhi – 110 003

For further detail. kindly visit the following link:

http://www.wwfindia.org/work_with_us/internship.cfm

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