In uncertain environmental times, it’s become important to understand the effects of our lives on our natural habitat. This is not only for ourselves, but for future generations who will inherit the planet we leave behind.
As a volunteer on the Environmental Education project, you’ll help to teach local children and adults techniques for preserving and conserving the environment while still being able to foster social and economic development.
You’ll also assist locals on conservation efforts including beach clean ups, community upcycling and recycling programs, helping with environmental clubs and gardening programs in local schools, tree planting programs and leading community workshops.
Environmental volunteers should have a strong work ethic, passion for nature and drive to preserve green spaces through a range of tasks. You don’t need to speak fluent Spanish to participate, however your ability to do some tasks may depend on your ability to speak with locals.
The Environmental Education project involves a US$40 (approximately AU$53) surcharge to cover the cost of additional materials and logistics. This amount will be included in the Program Fee quoted to you by IVHQ when you apply.Apply now