Veterinary Medicine & Animal Care High School Specials
Volunteers on Projects Abroad’s Veterinary Medicine & Animal Care High School Special projects work together to care for injured, abandoned or endangered animals. Whether you're preparing food and cleaning enclosures, or studying animal behavior, you'll provide a helping pair of hands for local staff.
These placements are ideal for those with a passion for animals. Your specific tasks will vary according to the placement you choose, but your efforts will go a long way to caring for furry and feathered creatures who need your help. During your time off, you'll get to take part in social events, exciting weekend trips and cultural activities.
These High School Special projects are designed specifically for volunteers aged 16 to 19 and run on fixed dates. Travel and meet new people, explore a different culture, and help to make a positive impact where it's needed the most!
Veterinary Medicine & Animal Care High School Specials in:
Work at an animal sanctuary that focuses on the care of a wide variety of animals that have been brought to the centre because of injuries or elimination of their natural habitat.
Help with the rehabilitation of disabled children through a specialised therapy programme that involves working with horses.
Contribute to the preservation of an endangered species at the Dujiangyan Panda Base and help care for children at a busy care centre in Chengdu.