The Internship With A Difference

Gain hands-on conservation experience while living in the South African bushveld. Chosen candidates will also acquire photography and filmmaking skills, and learn how to use those skills in combination with social media to raise awareness of the plight of Africa’s endangered wildlife. This internship also imparts valuable team-building and leadership skills to the young adults

Keeping up with our former interns: Lianna Nixon

After completing her Youth 4 African Wildlife Internship in 2014, Lianna Nixon returned back to Boulder, Colorado to continue her studies at University of Colorado’s Classics department. Since then, Lianna has been greatly involved with educating her community on wildlife issues that vary on an international scale. She organized the Global March For Elephants And

Keeping up with our former interns: Sarah Doody

After completing her Youth 4 African Wildlife internship, Sarah returned to her film and theatre studies at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Since her internship she has gained the confidence to truly see a project through; from start to finish, and from the rough spots to the easy spots. This past semester she directed a

Keeping up with our former interns: Vanina Harel

After completing her internship in 2014 Vanina Harel started a Masters degree in film and electronic media at American University in Washington DC, specializing in wildlife and environmental documentary production. She has so far produced several documentaries, including a short-film on sustainable farming in Virginia and a 30-minute documentary on the Chesapeake Bay for Maryland

Our First Internship For 2015

Our first internship for 2015 is in full swing. The new interns have settled in well, everyone enjoys living among wildlife and their conservation journey is becoming more personal as their bond with nature grows. To follow their progress and see how they apply their newly acquired photography, filmmaking and social media skills follow the

The seduction of nature

A must read by Jamie Joseph about beauty, bloodlust and ivory. The sins of the father must end in this generation. Jamie works alongside various wildlife organisations in Africa, ‘writing stories from the trenches’, and sharing these stories from the ground up. Her objective is to educate, inspire and raise awareness of the plight of our