Tag: Environmental Internship
How much do you know about the environment? Luckily, environmental awareness is growing in the Western world. But shouldn’t we be supporting countries with fewer options as well? Plant your seeds of success with an environmental internship in Africa!
For example, Cape Town has some real urban challenges that you can learn a lot from. Water is scarce. That means you have to challenge yourself during an environmental internship, to make sure you’re making the most of that water.
Additionally, you get a chance to really make a difference. Your time and efforts will help achieve something worthwhile, which can be hugely rewarding! It’s an opportunity to experience the cultural differences and see what life is like for a large part of South Africa’s urban population.
We are always happy to help you find the perfect environmental internship in Africa. Let’s find you a great experience together! Get started by reading about the experiences of our previous interns. Make your impact now!
Having recently graduated in Business Economics, it was very important for Lukas to gain more work experience at an organization he was passionate about. That’s how he ended up at Greenpop, an international environmental NGO planting trees and raising environmental awareness on a global scale. Read more about his experiences.Read More
As the Communications and Marketing intern at Roots Interns, I always love finding out more about what our interns are doing! We’ve got many interns at different organizations, but the one that I hadn’t been to yet was Urban Harvest. Urban Harvest is an NGO designing and maintaining edible food gardens for schools, businesses, and individuals, which is making a real impact in the local communities. I wanted to check it out, so I spent a day with Julia and Annemiek.Read More
Meagen did a Master of Philosophy in Climate Change and Sustainable Development. Inexperienced but highly qualified, and ready to make a difference, she applied for an Urban Greening internship with Greenpop in Cape Town. It was the perfect way for her to gain work experience while getting active, not anxious about the future!Read More
Don’t stress about finding a last minute internship placement abroad, we have you covered. We have placements open starting in January 2020. We’ll even help you prepare for your trip so you can enjoy the holidays instead of stressing about your travel to Africa!Read More
We believe that learning and doing good can go hand in hand, which is why we create meaningful internships with nonprofit organisations in Africa. We absolutely love what we do, and that’s why it meant so much to us to be recognized by the WYSTC by winning a Global Youth Travel Award in the category of Extraordinary Experience!Read More
Wednesday the 16th of October, it’s #WorldFoodDay. It promotes awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger and for the need to ensure healthy diets for all. Achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 – one of the UN goals – is not only about feeding the hungry. It’s also about nourishing people, by calling for action across sectors to make healthy and sustainable diets affordable and accessible to everyone. Today, I’m taking you with me while exploring the different NGO internships fighting for #ZeroHunger.Read More
Dreaming of Africa for your internship but don’t know where to start looking? It’s a big continent, and we understand that it can be intimidating to start your search for the perfect work placement. Here are some tips to help you begin your search for the right internship in Africa!Read More
Hendrik decided to take a year off and gained valuable working experience during his event management internship at an environmental NGO in South Africa. Together with a passionate and energetic team, he spent weeks with preparations for his absolute highlight: helping to set up and execute Africa’s biggest Reforest festival.Read More
Interns have always been a vital part of Greenpop, an environmental NGO in Cape Town. Recently Greenpop has introduced a new project called Fynbos for the Future…a good chance to find out how the interns have impacted the project.Read More