We are looking for new people to join the Blue Caribbean Environmental Conservation Family
Come get involved in conservation on our expedition site in Tobago and experience an adventure of a lifetime and help save our Oceans and Reefs. For more information take a look below and EXPLORE....
You do not need any special training, schooling, diplomas or degrees. We will train you on site! If you are hard working, reliable, able to work in a team environment and eager to play an active role in protecting our Marine Eco-System then take action and Apply Now!
VOLUNTEER and Make a Difference!
Volunteering is the perfect vehicle to discover something you are really good at and develop new skills. Sometimes a volunteer experience can lead you to something you never even thought about or help you discover a hobby or interest you were unaware of.
You can strengthen your personal and professional mission and vision by exploring opportunities and expanding your horizons. Not only will you develop lasting personal and professional relationships but it is also a great way to learn about people from all walks of life different environments and new industries. Show people what you are passionate about and maybe you will inspire them too!
HOW TO APPLY for a Volunteer Position:
4 Easy Steps
1. Please read the Reference Manual before you apply so you know how the expedition is managed and what is expected.
3. We will send you a confirmation email on the availability and answer any further questions you may have in 2 to 5 days.
At which point we will send you an electronic copy of the BCEC Reference Manual for you to print and a Medical
Application Form which you will have to get your doctor to complete on your behalf.
4. Please Email a completed Medical Application Form and Payment of the $150.00 USD deposit is required at the point.
Balance of payment will be due 8 weeks prior to project start date. Before confirming your booking you will need to
read, understand and agree to abide by Blue Caribbean Environmental Conservation's Rules and Regulations.
Caribbean Volunteer Diving Conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org