International Volunteer HQ: Inviting Applicants for Wildlife & Conservation Volunteer Abroad Scholarship

Deadline: 13 September 2017

The International Volunteer HQ is inviting applicants for its Wildlife & Conservation Volunteer Abroad Scholarship to support the protection and conservation of our natural environment and species in 20 destinations around the world. This Scholarship is supported by Global Travel Academy and World Nomads.

Types of Projects

  • Animals & Wildlife Conservation Projects
  • Coastal & Marine Conservation Projects
  • Jungle & Forest Conservation Projects
  • Turtle Conservation Projects
  • Environmental & Agriculture Conservation Projects


All-inclusive volunteer programs provide volunteers with comprehensive pre-departure support services and training, as well as in-country program orientations, accommodation, meals and 24/7 in-country support. If applicants are the successful scholarship recipient, they will also be blogging (or vlogging) for IVHQ and sharing their volunteering experience.

Scholarship Includes

  • 2-week wildlife or conservation volunteer abroad project with IVHQ in the destination of applicant’s choice
  • Flight voucher (to the value of AU$1000) from World Nomads
  • 2-week travel insurance policy from World Nomads
  • The ‘Certificate in International Volunteering’ online course from Global Travel Academy

Eligibility Criteria

  • The volunteer abroad scholarship is open to anyone of any nationality who is over the age of 18 with a passion for conservation and wildlife.
  • Applicants need to come with a willingness to learn and get out of their comfort zone, while being immersed in a new country and culture alongside other international volunteers.

How to Apply

To start the scholarship application form applicants simply browse and select the wildlife or conservation volunteer project that they would like to join, then complete the scholarship application form via given website.

For more information, please visit International Volunteer HQ.

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