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[CUUEG] Science and SCUBA: Marine conservation efforts in Mozambique

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Hosted by Cambridge University Underwater Exploration Group (CUUEG), the University's SCUBA society.

Love The Oceans is coming to Cambridge University, hosted by CUUEG , to talk to all students interested in marine conservation! Don’t miss this opportunity to come along and meet the team! We will be doing a talk at 6pm in the main lecture theatre, St John’s Divinity School, Cambridge University.

What are you doing this year? Are you looking for interesting work experience? Not sure what to do when you graduate?

Love The Oceans is a non-profit marine conservation organisation in Guinjata Bay, Mozambique. We use research, education and diving to drive action towards a more sustainable future. We offer a cutting edge volunteer program that gives individuals the chance to work alongside our marine biologists and the local community helping with conservation and research.

Volunteers gain experience through our research, teaching and coral reef survey programs over the space of 2 – 6 weeks (plus an optional extra week including 5 nights in the world famous Greater Kruger Natural Ecosystem!).

As a volunteer, you form an essential part of our team. You will rotate around our principal activities of:

- Fisheries data collection - Whale surveys - Coral reef surveys - Teaching and painting at the local schools - Teaching swimming lessons to local children and adults

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will not only give you hands on practical experience that you will not get elsewhere, but also a leg up in the world of conservation careers!

Visit our website and email us if you’re interested and want to learn more!

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