New wildlife volunteering opportunities with Jeffreys Bay Language School

27 June 2013

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Studying English with Jeffreys Bay Language School can lead to an amazing opportunity for students keen to learn first hand about South African wildlife and conservation.

The school has built partnerships with three popular programmes:

- Wildlife Conservation and Rehabilitation Programme

- Lion Breeding and Conservation Programme

- Big 5 conservation and Reserve Programme

"We felt that it was so important to share our beautiful Country with the rest of the world. Our wildlife plays such an important role in the history and culture of our country. The students get a hands on experience with many types of animals and vegetation" says Dallas Land, Academic Manager for the school.

The school already has student enrolled on the projects. Students start off at the school to improve their English then move on to the volunteer project. This helps build confidence in speaking English and helps with their communication once on the project. Minimum stay on the project is two weeks, but on average, volunteers choose to stay between four and six weeks.

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