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Are you interested in working in International Development or Wildlife Conservation?

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Work Shadowing Days for students interested in International Development or Wildlife Conservation

Frontier, a Gap Year Organisation whose work focuses on Conservation, Education and Exploration, are offering IB1 and 2 students (Year 12 and 13) the opportunity to have a work shadowing day with them in their London HQ in Shoreditch.

There are 3 dates in June and July this summer and successful applicants will be able to attend on one of these dates free of charge.

Their work shadowing days are intended to offer a taste of what it may be like to work in international development, conservation, NGO Management, Marketing and other relevant areas.

Places are limited so you need to complete and submit your application by 30 April 2016.

St. Clare’s Students can collect an application form and a copy of the flyer pictured below from Melanie Moorhouse. Other students should email Dan Proctor at info@frontiergap.com.

Frontier WEX 1Frontier WEX 2

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