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  • Take The Chance To Work With Nature

    Take The Chance To Work With Nature

    Are you passionate about wildlife and nature and want to work in conservation, but don’t have the practical experience or qualifications? Working for Nature offers bursary paid positions for people from harder to reach backgrounds to get their foot in the door of the conservation sector and recruitment for the next cohort of trainees is now open!You have to register for their information session on Wednesday September 15th to apply.

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