Invertebrate internships available with PTES
Published: 31 March 2011
The People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) are offering internships to students looking to work in invertebrate or conservation in the UK. The trust is hoping to support the brightest students and future conservationists by providing grants to enable them to work on a specific invertebrate-related project.
The work must consist of a discrete project - which may be an integral part of a larger, ongoing research project - which is likely to result in positive conservation outcomes for UK invertebrates or mammals. Students from all disciplines relevant to invertebrate conservation will be considered, provided that they can demonstrate that their work has relevance to the aims of People's Trust for Endangered Species. NB The project must not be one on which they are already worked or are still working.
The student will receive funding not exceeding £4,000 to cover all living and project costs, and all insurance costs.
The closing date for applications is the 15th April 2011 and further details can be found on the People's Trust for Endangered Species web site.
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