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WWF Young Adult Volunteer & Internship Alumni

Raise awareness about what you know and what you've learnt as a WWF Young Adult Volunteer & Intern.
There is a massive number of people out there who would love and be honored to take part of the WWF volunteer & intern Programme. As a young adult WWF volunteer or intern you're going to come back with a wealth of experience and it’s your duty to pass that on. Encourage other people by posting your experiences, insights and thoughts on the environment of the communities which you have lived and visited. What the reality is of working with a real-life lives-matter conservation project.

Your experiences. Your thoughts. Your insights. Your creativity.


Now that you are a “conservation champion”, we believe you will continue to contribute to WWF’s mission throughout your lives in your different spheres of influence! Your stories on the WWF website and your presentations to a wide variety of audiences serves to profile WWF’s programmes, and are a key tool for attracting and inspiring youth audiences while raising conservation awareness.

Alumni Connection

Interact with each other, exchange experiences, pass on knowledge.
If you are a WWF Volunteer & Intern alumni be sure to stay connected by joining the WWF Volunteer, Intern & Prince Bernhard Alumni Group on Facebook.

Volunteer Today

Strive For Impact, Listen Deeply, Collaborate Openly, Innovate Fearlessly.

Inspire the world around you and Apply to the WWF Volunteer & Internship Programme today.

WWF Volunteer & Internship Alumni Blog

Listed below on our WWF Volunteer & Intern Blog are diaries, stories and news from volunteers out there on the ground and from our alumni.

Volunteer Programme in Madagascar



Talya Pillard was selected through the WWF's Volunteer & Internship Programme in 2017 for an assignment with WWF Madagascar for 4 months. Her video gives a good insight of what WWF volunteers are expected to do in the field in close collaboration with local communities using their know-how.

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