Show Your Passion for Conservation And Join a GVI Virtual Open Day

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Join us for another Virtual Open Day on Saturday the 20th of March 2021! This time around, in honour of Women’s History Month this March and International Women’s Day on 8 March, we’ll be focusing on gender equality.

As such, we will be joined by different female experts, staff, and past volunteers to answer your questions and talk about their experiences.

Talks and presentations on the day will cover our conservation and community development focused programs, as well as GVI’s impact, career development, volunteering with GVI, our mission, our goals and our online courses. Specifically, our field staff from Thailand and Nepal will be offering insight into our community development and conservation programs in those locations, and we will also feature talks from past volunteers; specifically as an Under 18, Over 50, or during a gap year.

This is a great opportunity to ask our volunteers and staff any specific questions you have about conservation, community development and career development. We’ll be there live to answer them in our Q&A after each presentation!

Founded in 1998, GVI runs programs in 21 locations, in 13 countries around the world, each manned by our own staff and aligned to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or UN SDGs as well as the objectives of local partners. We welcome participants from all around the world and help facilitate their development into global citizens. This is how we achieve our mission of building a global network of people united by their passion to make a difference.

For more information and a full schedule of the event, please visit: https://www.gviusa.com/gvi-open-day/

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Founded in 1998, GVI runs programs in 21 locations, in 13 countries around the world, each manned by our own staff and aligned to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals or UN SDGs as well as the objectives of local partners. We welcome participants from all around the world and help facilitate their development into global citizens. This is how we achieve our mission of building a global network of people united by their passion to make a difference.

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