During an internship with us, you can volunteer on a project or specialist piece of work. Our placements last for three, six, nine or 12 months.
You'll need to commit to volunteering for three to five days a week, 7.5 to eight hours a day, depending on which project you choose.
As an intern you will receive:
- travel expenses to and from your placement, or accommodation will be provided if you do residential volunteering
- supervision, coaching and support throughout the internship
- any appropriate training required
- advice and support on writing your CV and application forms, as well as interview skills
- access to our internal vacancy list
- a reference on satisfactory completion of the volunteer internship.
Search for an internship to suit you below.
Berkshire, East Sussex, Greater London, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Surrey, West Sussex
Commitment: Approx 4 days a month (flexible)
Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk
Commitment: 3 or more days per week for 4 months
Duration: 4 months
Commitment: 4 - 5 days per week
Duration: Three months
Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire
Commitment: 3 to 5 days a week, some evening and weekend work
Duration: 9 months (but can be flexible)
Commitment: 1 day training (April), 2 hours to conduct interview (May-July), 4 hours to review and write up interview (Aug), 1 day for end of project exhibition (Sept)
Duration: 5 months
Anglesey, Cheshire, Flintshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside
Commitment: 3 or 4 full days a week
Duration: 6 months
My internship gave me a wide variety of skills and experience, giving me a valuable insight to the world of conservation. All the staff have been extremely helpful in giving guidance on how to start a career in this sector and the passion of the organisation is immense. I really cannot speak highly enough of residential volunteering and the organisation as a whole.
Chris Swatridge, Residential Intern