Whatever your age or background, there's an opportunity to engage with our education and learning initiatives.
Teachers and students can organize school student groups. Our expeditions nurture skills in research, problem-solving, and leadership, as well as inspiring new generations of leaders to engage with science and gain practical hands-on experience in the working world. Through the support of generous funders, qualified teachers and students are eligible to receive a fellowship to join an expedition with little or no out-of-pocket expense.
If you're aged 15 to 18, you can join one of our teens-only teams with other like-minded young people who share your passion for conservation, while immersing yourself in stunning locations and diverse cultures worldwide.
College and university students can select an expedition that matches their academic interests, learn how to use advanced research equipment, make new contacts, and gain valuable field experience.
Members of community groups and organizations can join an expedition together to relate their experience in the field to the decisions they make in everyday life and learn how to take action back home to live and work to help sustain their environment.