OUR FIELD COURSE
Have you always wanted to travel Latin America? Ever thought it was possible with zero carbon footprint, while supporting a good cause?
Join us to take part in this innovative Virtual Field School and learn from experts whose work with local communities across Latin America has been funded by the National Geographic Society.
This certificate course is an interdisciplinary social science and humanities field school aimed at both the university student and life-learner alike. It is for those interested in sustainable development, nature conservation, and socioecological change.
This course offers seminars, virtual field-trips, and one-to-one mentorship by field experts across Latin America. It will give you an inside look at critical development and conservation issues, while supporting local communities and grassroots non-profit organizations.
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Our next Certificate Course will be held September 14 - November 6, 2020.
Registration now open!
MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
Founder & President,
socioeconomic justice, cultural heritage, sustainable development, women's rights, Indigenous rights
National Geographic Funded Project '19
environmental education, water quality monitoring, community & youth development
Photo Ark EDGE Fellow '18
conservation & ecology of endangered species, sustainable fisheries, marine protected areas
President & Scientific Director, Wildlife Conservation Association
wildlife conservation, environmental education, sustainable development & tourism
Primate Project Leader,
Para La Tierra
primate behaviour & conservation, environmental education,
For more information about our Course Instructors, click here.