Internships

 

 

Ecorana Environmental is now offering its exciting winter/spring 2014 internships at the IMG_7469T.R.E.E.S Hosting Center in the Maya Mountains of Belize. Internships vary between 2-6 weeks depending on projects and internship requirements and can be extended depending on the student and internship. The goal of the internship program is to provide interns with hands-on experience in their field of education, research, or employment, and to contribute to education and conservation efforts in Belize. These internships are self-directed yet supervised projects in which a short report is to be written and handed to Ecorana Environmental Ltd at the end of project. Ecorana can offer credited internships but this will need to be discussed with the educational institution where the intern is currently registered. Internship cost is $25 US/day, and this fee includes lodging (tent platform +tent or bunk style cabins), guidance and instruction with use of necessaryequipment, use of allfacilities (kitchen, hot showers, trails, etc.).Depending on the internship, some travel throughoutIMG_8436 Belize may be required. Normally students will be expected to take care of their own meals, but can pay an additional fee of $10 CAD/day for 3 meals on site when groups are being hosted.Ecorana will be offering a variety of internships at the T.R.E.E.S Hosting Center in the Maya Mountains of Belize (www.treesociety.org).

Internship positions for winter/summer 2014:

Tropical Avian Technician Internship

Tropical Botany Technician Internship

Trail Design and Management Internship

Organic Gardener Leader Position

Organic gardening and food growing Internship

Organic Horticulture and Landscaping Internship 

Tropical Herpetofauna Technician Internship

Tropical Mammal Technician Internship

If any of these topics are of interest to you please visit our website soon as specific internships will be posted shortly! If you have any questions or ideas about internships within these topics please contact us!

daniel and trees