An awesome opportunity to perform conservation diving and gain practical work experience by assisting the research team at the Marine Research Station in the beautiful Perhentian Islands. This is an established project in partnership with the national Marine Parks Department, Reef Check Malaysia and with input from University Malaysia Terengganu and Plymouth University. Continue Reading →
Welcome to our new intern Eleanor, who is pictured here, being handed her enrolment papers by Kiran Kapur, the CEO of Cambridge Marketing College.
Eleanor will be focusing on digital and content marketing for our partner organisation Ecoteer, whilst at the same time studying for her CIM Certficate in Professional Marketing. She wants to become a specialist in Sustainable Marketing and you can read all about it on her blog SustainableMarketing.Academy.
The response to our new Marketing Internship has been fantastic!
The standard of applicants has been very high and beyond our expectations.Clearly, there is a lot of interest for this type of career development for young graduates who want to build their skill set to achieve their conservation goals. Our team will be working hard to create more of these opportunities, which would not be possible without the generous sponsorship of educators such as Cambridge Marketing College.
The first marketing intern will be starting on 3 April, so please WATCH THIS SPACE for updates on this and other internships.
The ‘Realm of the Tiger’ expedition organised by MYCAT (Malaysian Conservation Alliance for Tigers) has been a great success and the 2017 trip is now fully booked. This shows that there is genuine interest amongst zookeepers and the wider conservation community for a tiger conservation educational trip to boost the pool of well-informed big cat ambassadors worldwide. To learn more about this unique group expedition, you can read the blog from Woodland Park Zoo, USA.
Watch this space for updates on more instructional jungle treks on offer.
Please support the awesome team at TCS Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia by voting for their entry to win ‘ Good Story of the Year 2016’!
It features their River Terrapin Conservation Project with a 3 minute video showing the challenges of setting up the project and the satisfaction of seeing how the local villagers got involved , and how it has benefitted them.
So hurry to click this link and cast your vote: The prize money of SGD5,000 (approximately RM15,000) will be awarded to the winner to kick start their project in 2017.
Share this with your family, friends and network to help terrapins! Voting closes on Tuesday, 27th December 2016 (10:00 am GMT +8).