EXCITING SCHOOL GROUP ADVENTURES THAT CONTRIBUTE TO REAL CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH IN AFRICA
Our school group programmes provide a unique opportunity for a life-changing adventure while being immersed in a hands-on conservation experience. Explore wild places and be a part of protecting Africa’s wildlife and biodiversity.
WHY A CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE FOR YOUTH?
Being exposed to nature and engaging in authentic conservation practices will bring knowledge and insight beyond what is found in textbooks.
Build skills and knowledge, and create a sense of accomplishment by contributing to conservation management, research and local projects.
With ongoing environmental challenges, expose yourself to the power of nature, develop an appreciation of the world around you and ignite a desire to make positive change.
Enjoy activities away from technology by having fun, laughing around campfires and embarking on an adventure with friends and peers.
Live the life of a conservation professional and discover what it is like to make wildlife and research your career.
BOOST YOUR CV
Volunteering looks great on your CV and can enhance applications for future jobs or university/college applications.
Work alongside passionate conservationists and know that you will be making a real and valuable contribution to the protection of Africa’s wildlife. Fulfil community service commitments, participate in awards programmes or simply volunteer with the knowledge that your time is having real impact.
Build your field-skills “toolkit”, learn about wildlife identification and data collection and be a part of active research programmes. Apply what you’ve learned in the classroom and collect data for your own school research project.
Embark on a wilderness adventure and immerse yourself in the magic of Africa’s landscapes. Share a life-changing experience with your peers and build lasting and meaningful connections.
My Y4C adventure has been a life changing experience. I loved being immersed in nature and disconnected from the internet for 10 days. I learnt so much about conservation and the bush and felt the meaning behind all of our conservation activities. Thank you for the incredible adventure!
— Rachael (17 years)