The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), a non-profit conservation organisation, committed to urgent action that works towards the protection of India’s wildlife, invites applications from motivated and enthusiastic volunteers (Minimum eligibility: Graduation) who can engage in documentation work in the communications division of the organisation.

The major responsibilities would include, among others,

  • Segregating & sorting news clips- WTI hits separate, species wise separate and file them.
  • Scanning news clips to be stored in hard disk
  • Help filling the media analysis data with provided information.

Applications are welcomed from current and recent graduate students, as well as individuals with appropriate qualifications or work experience. The internship positions are unpaid. However, certificate of merit will be awarded on successful completion of volunteership.

Interested applicants should send their CV and a cover letter explaining the skills and benefits they would bring to the position to namrata@wti.org.in The cover letter should note, a) the period you are available for, b) the number of days per week you are able to commit to.

The WTI works with a mission is to conserve wildlife and its habitat and to work for the welfare of individual wild animals, in partnership with communities and governments. The principal concerns of WTI include crisis management and provision of quick, efficient aid to individuals, species or habitats that require it the most. In the longer term it hopes to achieve, through proactive reforms, an atmosphere conducive to conserving India’s wildlife and its habitat.

This information was sent by Namrata via namrata(at)wti.org.in | Image source

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The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), a non-profit conservation organisation, committed to urgent action that works towards the protection of India's wildlife, invites applications from motivated and enthusiastic volunteers (Minimum eligibility: Graduation) who can engage in documentation work in the communications division of the organisation. The major responsibilities would include,...
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-6605" title="sloth-bear-cubs" src="http://delhigreens.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/sloth-bear-cubs.jpg" alt="" width="450" height="341" /> The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), a non-profit conservation organisation, committed to urgent action that works towards the protection of India's wildlife, invites applications from motivated and enthusiastic volunteers (Minimum eligibility: Graduation) who can engage in documentation work in the communications division of the organisation. The major responsibilities would include, among others, <ul> <li>Segregating & sorting news clips- WTI hits separate, species wise separate and file them.</li> <li>Scanning news clips to be stored in hard disk</li> <li>Help filling the media analysis data with provided information.</li> </ul> Applications are welcomed from current and recent graduate students, as well as individuals with appropriate qualifications or work experience. The internship positions are unpaid. However, certificate of merit will be awarded on successful completion of volunteership. Interested applicants should send their CV and a cover letter explaining the skills and benefits they would bring to the position to <a href="mailto:namrata@wti.org.in">namrata@wti.org.in</a> The cover letter should note, a) the period you are available for, b) the number of days per week you are able to commit to. The WTI works with a mission is to conserve wildlife and its habitat and to work for the welfare of individual wild animals, in partnership with communities and governments. The principal concerns of WTI include crisis management and provision of quick, efficient aid to individuals, species or habitats that require it the most. In the longer term it hopes to achieve, through proactive reforms, an atmosphere conducive to conserving India's wildlife and its habitat. <span style="color: #808080;"><em>This information was sent by Namrata via namrata(at)wti.org.in</em></span> | <span style="color: #808080;"><em>Image <a href="http://www.wildlifetrustofindia.org/" target="_blank">source</a></em></span>

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