Freshwater Research Internship Program at the WWF

Internship/Job World Wildlife Fund (WWF) posted 4 months ago

Opportunity Description

Freshwater Research Internship Program at the WWF

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) introduces an internship program to recruit a potential Freshwater Project Intern employee to evaluate environmental report cards for the basin. In addition, it is the responsibility of the internship to review and compile health indicators for the basin and related data analysis methods. Interested and qualified individuals who meet the criteria for an internship should apply.


  • Opportunity type: Fully funded
  • Opportunity: Research Internship
  • Location: United State
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Organizer: World Wildlife Fund
  • Position: Basin health report cards
  • Availability: International



  • The application should be able to work 20 hours per week
  • The application should have technical research skills and analytic skills
  • The application with Advance statistical analysis skill
  • The application should have a degree or work experience in
    •  Water quality
    • Watershed management
    • Freshwater ecology or related field
  • The applicant with Strong English skills

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