One of the ways to actively participate in the conservation of the biological
and cultural diversity locally, regionally, or internationally with ECO-SEA
is to complete an internship with an ECO-SEA Director or Research Associate.
Internships can be completed for academic credit or transcripts notation.
Previous interns with ECO-SEA have participated in projects including:
- conservation audits of rare, endangered and endemic plants in botanic
- field surveys of ethnobotanical knowledge and practices
- studies of Southeast Asian medicinal plants, spices and condiments
- integrated studies of how biological invasions impact on native plant
taxa and associated traditions
- literature reviews of Malesian ethnobotanical and taxonomic texts
- ethnobotanical interpretive kits for K-12 education
To inquire about the possibility of initiating a Biocultural Diversity
Conservation Internship with ECO-SEA, fill out an involvement form noting your interests.