Are you interested in a paid traineeship at London Wildlife Trust? Apply NOW!

Do you love wildlife and working outdoors?

Are you practically minded and want to learn new skills?

Have you thought about a career in nature conservation?

London Wildlife Trust is offering a unique opportunity for young people aged between 16-25 to undertake a full-time, paid, three month traineeship based at one of their nature reserves, where you’ll spend time working with the London Wildlife Trust team, learning valuable practical skills in urban nature conservation, community engagement, media/journalism and communications.

And one of the locations is Hutchinson’s Bank nature reserve, near New Addington in Croydon!

Paid via tax-free bursary: £4,095 (in 3 instalments)

Closing date for applications:  Thursday 30th January 2020 at 9am

Start dates: Two cohorts starting either on 20th April or 6th July 2020

In order to encourage diversity and inclusivity within the environment sector, The London Wildlife Trust is keen to encourage applications from young people who identify with at least one of the following:

  • nongraduates,
  • young people with SENDs,
  • young people from BAME (black, Asian or minority ethnic) backgrounds
  • young people living in economically deprived areas in London and those who are at risk of social exclusion.

If you are not sure if you can apply for this training, please get in touch with Emily Morshuis on

For more information and to download the application form and recruitment pack follow the link:

Keeping it Wild project
London Wildlife Trust
Facebook @LondonWildlifeTrust
Twitter: @WildLondon

Recruitment pack can be downloaded here: KiW Traineeship Recruitment Pack_Jan2020

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