By: Ann Kunz
Come rain or shine a group of dedicated volunteers enthusiastically sets to work each day, sharing their passion with school groups and guests at uShaka Sea World. They assist with guiding school groups, presenting courses and interacting with guests from all ages and walks of life in the aquarium and at Dangerous Creatures. One day they are working with primary or high school learners and the next with families from around South Africa and beyond the borders.
During May, uShaka Sea World Education will be accepting applications for new volunteers to work as education guides.
If you are between 18 and 70 years old, have 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.
No academic qualifications, biological or educational experience are necessary as you will receive comprehensive training. What we do need is your enthusiasm for the sea and ability to communicate with people, especially children. Speakers of all languages are welcome, although fluency in English is essential.
A presentation on being a voluntary uShaka Sea World education guide will be held on:
Thursday 3rd May 2018 at 10h00
Tuesday 8th May 2018 at 18h00
Venue: uShaka Sea World Education, uShaka Marine World.
For more details, or to book your seat at one of the presentations, please contact Kathy Drummond on 031 328 8192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org