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Internships

At APW, we value student interns as potential contributors to the overall success of our projects. As our intern program continues to grow, we are particularly interested in linking Tanzanian and international students together for mutually beneficial learning experiences.

 

For Tanzanian Students

2011 intern, Emily Myron, training a community scout

APW is very interested in collaborating with qualified Tanzanian Masters and Ph.D. students within all of our program areas. We believe it is extremely important to help enhance Tanzanian students’ capacity for wildlife management and community development with on-site practical experience and guidance. Interested students should contact us for further information.

 

For International Students

Through our international internship program, APW hosts summer internships and facilitates research opportunities for graduate students. Students interested in our internship program should note that the demonstration of a working knowledge of Swahili is weighed heavily in our final decision to host a student.

 

At this time, all students should note that APW does not provide paid internships or student research projects. Interested students are encouraged to apply for support through their educational institutions and/or alternative funding sources.