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Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Thailand, where lush northern jungles and pristine southern coastlines offer a taste of paradise at every turn. In our internship programs, you'll not only explore these biodiverse habitats both on land and underwater but also make a meaningful impact on underserved communities striving to enhance access to education, healthcare, and equal opportunities for all.
This is an opportunity to gain practical experience in wildlife and marine conservation, community development, and experiential education in health and teaching. Get ahead in your chosen career, with improved knowledge, enhanced skills, and the CV to show for it.
Your contributions support sustainable development objectives that are measured against the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. GVI ensures that ethical best practices are in place for all communities, partners, and participants involved.
- Improve your CV with professional skill development in a variety of conservation and community projects.
- Experience Thailand in a cultural, environmental and social context.
- Contribute to ethically run programs and their UN Sustainable Development Goals.
- Meet people from around the world and connect with local communities.
- Take traditional Thai cooking lessons, go island hopping in your free time, relax on a nearby beach, or start to learn a new language.
Join us in Phang Nga, where you'll work at the Royal Thai Navy’s Sea Turtle Conservation Center. Help nurture and rehabilitate these amazing creatures while contributing to marine conservation. During your free time, explore the local culture, enjoy the beautiful beaches and savor delicious Thai cuisine.
This conservation internship has a range of focuses and skill development opportunities. You will assist local manhouts provide necessary health checks for the local elephant herd, learn about Chiang Mai’s biodiversity by surveying and identifying species in the area, and occasionally assist with teaching English to local communities
Embark on the coastal conservation journey: for the first three months, dive into immersive training. Discover the intricacies of projects at our Phang Nga base, snorkel in warm blue waters, learn from our partners, and master research techniques and conservation best practices. Then put your skills into practice with a three-month placement with one of our international partners.
Focus on preventative public health in Phang Nga province. Learn how to perform health assessments, and lead hygiene, nutrition and exercise workshops. Support local communities while surrounded by the beauty of Thailand's Phang Nga, a paradise of white-sand beaches and vibrant wildlife.