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    diversity, clear deliverables, fun environment

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    high turnover during the last five years


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    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Conservation International (Washington, DC) in August 2015.

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Website www.conservation.org
Headquarters Arlington, VA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1987
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Non-Profit
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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Conservation International is dedicated to protecting the environment and its inhabitants. The not-for-profit works in more than 40 countries on four continents. Its staff focuses on biodiversity hotspots, wilderness areas with high-biodiversity, and certain marine areas. CI's Center for Biodiversity Science collects data, develops conservation plans, and creates partnerships to reach its targets. Programs include working with farming cooperatives to increase efficiency, promote ecotourism, track sea turtles, and restore threatened forests. Because the group believes ... More

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