Chevron continues to contribute to conservation

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Chevron and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) have continued to partner on exciting projects during 2017, including the Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program (CACTP). In September we welcomed our new CACTP team – Robert, Sean, Alexis, Belinda and Talia! The team has been busy learning and volunteering on key conservation projects in the Perth Metro area. […]

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Casual Team Leader/Bush Regenerator – Ballina, NSW

Casual position Would you like to make a difference to the future of Australia’s natural environment and wildlife?  Are you passionate about conservation and would like to work with like-minded communities and volunteers?  This is your opportunity to work for a multi-award winning organisation that is recognised as a leader in delivering community-based conservation. If […]

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Regional Manager – Mackay, QLD

Permanent Full-Time position We are currently seeking a Regional Manager to manage the overall delivery of our programs in Mackay. The Regional Manager will be responsible for developing strong business relationships, promoting our range of programs with partner organisations and creating new opportunities to fulfil our vision in the Mackay region. At Conservation Volunteers, it is […]

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Tabcorp put their skills to the test in a hackday for CVA

TABCORP volunteers put their skills to the test

Whilst a ‘hackday’ to Conservation Volunteers would most likely relate to a day of removing invasive weeds or trees with gardening tools, the recent hackday with Tabcorp was something of a different kind! On Thursday 22nd September, five teams from Tabcorp, a long standing supporter of Conservation Volunteers, held a “hackday”; a design sprint-like event in which teams of developers collaborate intensively on technology initiatives with […]

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Volunteering in Karijini National Park

Karijini Team 2

When you think of volunteering with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) do rugged gorges and freshwater pools come to mind? Well that’s what 12 lucky volunteers from Perth got to experience on an exciting adventure earlier this year! Made possible by Mitsui Iron Ore Development Pty Ltd (MIOD), CVA provided the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and […]

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Meet Minjae

Minjae and the EAAFP Secretariat web

Minjae Baek travelled from her home in Seoul to Australia to spend 4-weeks volunteering with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA). At the time, she was 22 years old, in her 3rd year of an Environmental Education degree at the Korean National University of Education. What made her choose to volunteer with CVA and how did she […]

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