Environmental Field

Work for nature and the environment – Europe and overseas. Guide to eco jobs for pupils, students, but also older, who want to engage for the nature. Guide to environmental jobs with addresses, tips, and testimonials from the nature – and environmental protection. The points range from research about vacancies in the Office to the energetic use outdoors. A career in the natural or environmental protection represents a dream for many – which isn’t so out of reach, as the authors demonstrate in their advisor.

Just about environmental internships and volunteer services, interested parties can gain work experience which is in the later professional advantage. The manual lists both possibilities in the domestic as well as from abroad on placements for the protection of chimpanzees and gorillas of West Africa on trips to Sri Lanka for settling disputes between man and elephant up to the Wwoofing in Europe or voluntary work in the Committee against the bird murder e.V. Michael Steinhardt takes a slightly different approach. in Bonn. In the almost vierzigseitigen introduction of the environmental job leader tips will including funding opportunities, Called verse ICH requirements details and useful contact points. The same clear schema in the project descriptions in the port always uses, which reveals at a glance contact person, type of activity, requirements, number of digits, duration of employment, pay, benefits and application deadlines. A number of field reports loosens up the text and encouraged to engage in the protection of nature and environment. So Hannah reported their eco job, as she live experienced Permaculture at a court in the Netherlands, Sascha was sweating during physical work outdoors as Robin in the NABU and Manuel raves about his research at the environmental internship for antelope in the South African Bush.

There he attacks gladly in his own pocket as he finally says: “even if you have to pay the most even, so it was worth every penny, and I would repeat it immediately.” The guide is aimed not only to biologists and environmental scientists, but to all who are interested in the protection of nature and environment, the authors promise: “Aspiring educators, social workers, day-care, journalists and photographers, interpreters, Anglicists, Office clerks and accountants, graphic design and designer, agricultural machinery mechanic, Carpenter, carpenters, Mason, lumberjack, librarians, information, archivists, etc.” Work for nature and the environment – Europe and overseas “, ISBN 978-3-86040-053-1, 288 S, EUR 15.90, SFr 28.50 similar in the series: work worldwide, work, help learning Georg Beckmann, ISBN 978-3-86040-002-9, 256 S, EUR 15.90; SFr 28.50 available via review copies, title illustrations of the program in print quality at > press > jobs, internships, study related Web site company description Publisher and operator of various youth portals. Books on subjects, jobs, internships, Aupair, volunteering, travel, travel reports, InterRail, autobiographies.