Interning as a wilderness steward will give you the opportunity to make your contribution to stewardship and teach you all the skills necessary to work in conservation from on-the-ground research to high-level management plans. The benefits, requirements and responsibilities are the same for all our internship programs, but here are the main responsibilities and contributions for a wilderness steward.

Your Three Main Responsibilities

  • Practice conservation and stewardship in all areas of work

  • Liaise with government authorities, organizations and associations

  • Research, create and manage hands-on conservation projects

Your Contribution

  • Implement of the foundation’s mission and objectives, involving all community partners in this

  • Coordinate stewardship and resource management projects

  • Develop citizen science projects for the collection of wildlife data, use these to educate guests and the public about conservation, both on trips and at the ranch

  • Collect data on wilderness trips and analyze these

  • Respond to consultations and referrals and organize meetings with relevant stakeholders

  • Organize recruitment for research

  • Convey progress, issues and challenges to the board of directors

  • Project manage ongoing stewardship and resource management projects, plan future projects and secure funding for the foundation’s projects

  • Complete land plans with wildlife management

  • Research wildlife studies that support regulation and management of wildlife

  • Learn about and implement our Three Pillar philosophy of Nature Connection, Nature Conservation and Personal Development

Are you ready for more in life?

Join us on the trail to empowerment towards a greater sense of self-confidence, courage and initiative. Find a greater connection with nature and yourself. Develop your leadership skills in a unique environment where you can evolve with a positive mindset by facing challenges and pushing yourself out of your comfort zone.