Why you should join the mission
If you have any philosophical leanings towards protecting dolphins and our oceans, either for future generations or for their intrinsic values,
than learning enough to prevent lasting damage is crucial. Through our programs, we provide advanced scientific training, as well as opportunities in research and communications, to high school and college students. Participants are expected to be highly motivated and committed to participate for an extended period of time.
For more information, contact us.
Looking for Volunteers
We believe in giving everyone a chance to play an active role in our dolphin conservation research, which is why the only upfront limitation is a minimum age of 15. If you are rather interested in an internship, please contact Barbara Brunnick, Ph.D. or watch this video.
If research is not your thing, your talents are still important to us. What we learn about dolphins, the oceans, and maybe even ourselves, needs to be communicated to the public at large. So if you like to write, speak or lecture about dolphin conservation, join our group of docents. In addition, we are active on social networks and depend on volunteers to coordinate post frequency and content. If you are more interested in our lecture or concert series, there are plenty of opportunities to help with the planning, organization and execution of these programs that are fun and rewarding. And who knows, you may have your own ideas of what you like to contribute. In any event, we are looking forward to hear from you.