uShaka Sea World is looking for volunteers with a passion for marine conservation

  • 20 June 2017

uShaka Sea World are accepting applications for new volunteers to work as marine education guides.

If you are between 24 and 70 years old, relatively fit with a passion for marine conservation, free time during the week or weekend, can get to uShaka Sea World easily and are prepared to work for no salary this could be for you.

Comprehensive training will be given so no prior biological or educational experience is necessary. What we do need is your enthusiasm for marine conservation and great communication skills. Speakers of all languages are welcome, although fluency in English is essential.

Presentations will be held on Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 10am and on Wednesday 28 June 2017 at 6pm at the uShaka Sea World Education Centre based at uShaka Marine World.

For more details, or to book your seat at one of the presentations, please contact Kathy Drummond on +27 (0)31 328 8192 or email kdrummond@seaworld.org.za.

Volunteer Auret van der Merwe and Deevaarthi Lahldas, a grade two learner at Maidstone Primary. (Image: uShaka Sea World)

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