Volunteer Program

Volunteer activities provide young students with practical experiences linked to what they learned in their university programs. Furthermore, to acquire knowledge regarding the functioning of an NGO, articulating theoretical knowledge with real conservation experiences.

Consequently, the link between the volunteer and the organization is enriching since they generate a mutual learning process. The volunteer program is spread in a timely manner through open calls on our social networks. Between 2 and 3 applicants are selected per year for a period of three months. The selection requires the evaluation of each applicant through a Curriculum Vitae, a letter of intent and a personal interview. At the end of the internship you are issued a certificate and offered a letter of recommendation for your future job search.

Volunteering is aimed at advanced students or professionals who have graduated from related careers and have little work experience in the area. If you are interested in participating you can complete the contact form.

Please fill out and submit the following form and a Natura International staff member will contact you after reviewing your application.

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    Barbara Mestrallet


    Barbara is volunteer in Natura International, collaborating in the elaboration of technical reports, on current issues, updating databases of endangered species. Barbara, is a biologist graduated from the National University of Cordoba. During his studies he was part of the EduChagas group where he carried out educational and research activities, as well as participating in the “Night of the Museums” at the UNC Museum of Zoology for three consecutive years. She is currently a high school teacher, with a great vocation for environmental education.