Join GVI for our One Planet Global Digital Open Day to find out more about the exciting options we offer for ethical international volunteering and internships , both internationally and virtually . To honour the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration you'll learn how you can contribute to the importance of impactful travel. We'll talk all about our ecosystem restoration projects and why this type of work is so important today. Some of the topics we will cover include: “ Why habitat loss is the biggest threat to wildlife conservation? ” and “ How coral farming and transplantation help with coral reef health recovery. ” Our field staff from Peru, Costa Rica and Seychelles, will be offering insight into our sustainable wildlife conservation and ethical community development programs in those locations. We will also be joined by past volunteers who will share candidly about their GVI experiences. For pupils who are under 18 and looking to volunteer we also have a presentation and Q&A with our base managers.
Any specific questions you have – we’re there to answer them in our Q&A after each presentation!
Details: Zoom call, with a link to be sent to you via email. To register to attend please follow this link - http://go.gviworld.com/gvi-open-day/
GVI’s programs take place in many different countries around the world, focussing on marine and wildlife conservation, and various community development initiatives. You can now also start your GVI adventure online with us. Our online and virtual programs teach you how to make an impact in your day-to-day life or pursue impact as a career. Speak to us during our open day event.
Get involved in ethical volunteer programs, gain practical experience for your future, and develop transferable soft skills to boost your CV! If you’re interested in using your summer/winter breaks or annual leave to make a difference and travel responsibly, this is your chance. Come to meet us and hear about what the GVI experience involves, from people who’ve been there and taken part firsthand.