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Volunteering for Students of Veterinary Science

As leaders in our field, GoEco provides expert volunteer and internship opportunities for students of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. These projects provide students with real-world experience in a hands-on, interactive learning environment. Participants can also strengthen their resume, gain new perspectives in the field, and build their professional network with other passionate young people. Students and faculty have the option to join these projects individually, or arrange custom group expeditions with the help of our placement specialists.

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Costa Rica has more than 8,500 species of plants, 220 species of reptiles, 160 amphibians, 205 species of mammals, and 850 species of birds. Volunteers here play an important role in the conservation of Costa Rica's incredible...
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Volunteers considering a career in veterinary science will have an ideal experience at this hands-on internship working with and learning about wildlife, livestock, and domestic animals
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Volunteer at an elephant sanctuary in Chang Rai that allows these majestic creatures to live freely in a natural habitat!
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Special offer: Start at this program before November 30, 2019 and receive 300 USD, 280 EUR or 250 GBP off the program cost! See project page for details. Join GoEco for a hands-on veterinary internship at a wildlife rescue center in...
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Join GoEco on the tropical coast of southern Sri Lanka to provide care for stray, abandoned and ill dogs. 
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Volunteer at a wild animal shelter and take a week of Spanish lessons in Ecuador!
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Intern with endangered wildlife in South Africa for a career-propelling and fulfilling experience!
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Special offer: Start at this program before November 30, 2019 and receive 300 USD, 280 EUR or 250 GBP off the program cost! See project page for details. Help in the rescue and hands-on rehabilitation of orphaned and injured animals at a...
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Volunteer for abandoned and abused cats and dogs in communities surrounding Cape Town. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in veterinary care for both veterinary students and animal-lovers alike
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