August Students – Introduction

Student Programme

HESC offers people between the ages of 18 and 35 years the opportunity to experience the Centre in an intensive and hands-on 21-day programme.

It is divided into three main sections: Participation, Conservation and Sight Seeing.

The main focus of the programme is on the cheetah, and throughout their stay participants are involved in the everyday care of these magnificent animals. This includes cleaning, feeding, and where required, assisting with or observing any veterinary activities that may occur during their stay. These same activities also apply to other species being cared for at the Centre. Click here to read more.

New Intake: 18th August – 7th September 2010

Alessandro Cadai

“I’m a 26 year old Italian guy who enjoys trying new experiences. I love nature and traveling.”

Harry James

“I’m a 20 year old British student at Ports Mouth, where I’m studying Biomedical Science.”

Dave McCabe

“I’m 24 years old and come from Ireland. I’m currently studying Veterinary Science in Budapest.”

Kellie Maree Anderson

“I come from New Zealand and I’m 19 years old. I worked at a pet shop when I was 10. At uni I studied vet nursing. I first worked at a private clinic then at the SPCA.”

Ceren Yuksek

“I’m 17 years old and Turkish. I have a Biology HL LB degree. I volunteered at a dog shelter in the past.”

Laura Geurin

“I’m 23 years old and British. I currently work at the Colchester Zoo in the UK. I wanted to get more hands-on experience than I would have by just coming on safari. I’m looking forward to learning more about wildlife and conservation.”

Jane Alexander

“I’m a 21 year old British student studying veterinary medicine in Ireland.”

Emma Chedgey

“I’m 21 years old and currently studying veterinary science in Ireland.”

Elley McGlynn

“I’m a 17 year old English student. I’m still at a college, but I want to study veterinary science at university when I graduate.”

Natasha O’Malley-Moore

“I’m 21 years old and I’m studying veterinary science at UCD in Ireland.”

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