PGDE (Full-time) EL Block

WWF One Planet Education Programme

Background of Co-organiser

The education mission of WWF-Hong Kong is to create conservation and sustainability advocates across all generations through fun, engaging real-life experiences. All of our education activities fall under the “One Planet Education Programme” (OPEP), primarily targeting at primary and secondary school students, as well as youths and the greater community.

We aim to inspire and empower people with the knowledge and skills that will enable society to conserve nature, fast-track the development of renewable energy, and adopt sustainable consumption and trade practices.

WWF organises an extensive and comprehensive range of educational programmes aimed at students, youths and teachers, as well as the general public, our corporate partners and other stakeholders from around the region.

Project Details

Students are expected to:

  • experience a variety of education activities (centre-based school visit, community-based events, school outreach activity, online/virtual activity);
  • assist in programme development, revamp and evaluation tasks; and
  • be able to lead one of the school visits/school talks/student workshops by the end of the internship.


  • September 26 – November 1, 2022
  • 5-day per week, including weekends and public holidays


  • Base office in Island House or Kwai Hing
  • Other locations may include Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park, schools and other outdoor environment.


PGDE (full-time) students from Environmental Science, Biology, Geography or any discipline related to nature conservation


Application Deadline

August 29, 2022


Shortlisted students may be invited to attend an interview arranged by WWF-Hong Kong (details to be confirmed).


Ms. Janice Cheung, Manager, Programme Operations (WWF-Hong Kong) [Tel: 2864 1406 / email: jcheung@wwf.org.hk]