Would you like to join SAVE THE FROGS! on an amazing tropical adventure in Belize? We are seeking two dedicated high school and university students who are interested in amphibian conservation to join our 14 current participants and three professional biologists on our upcoming SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-Tour to Belize (July 11-20, 2013).
We are offering this exciting experience at a significantly reduced rate of $1,395 (a major discount from the standard $2,295 price!). This cost includes all lodging, in-country transportation, world-class tour guides and their scientific expertise, tips, and all but two meals. Participant is responsible for purchasing their own airfare (likely $750 roundtrip from the USA). Student will not only have a great time, but gain valuable ecological and cultural experience.
— You must be a high school or university student.
— You must be interested in pursuing a career in the field of amphibian biology or wildlife conservation.
— You will need to write a 250 word letter of interest that contains a paragraph about why this trip will benefit your future career and why you are interested in traveling to Belize with SAVE THE FROGS!
Successful applicants will be required to (1) write a two-page report about your Belize experience upon your return to your home country, and (2) provide 24 hours of volunteer service to SAVE THE FROGS! (which will also be a valuable experience!).
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please send your letter of interest to Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As there are only two spots available, we urge you to contact us ASAP.
More information about the SAVE THE FROGS! Eco-tour to Belize, please visit: www.savethefrogs.com/trips
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