What you should know when choosing a marine conservation divemaster internship

Why do a marine conservation divemaster internship?

Coral reefs are known to contain the largest diversity of marine life and produce more renewable energy than any other marine ecosystem. Covering less than 1% of the ocean floor, coral reefs support an estimated 25% of all marine species. If you’re reading this then you’re probably already on the path toward marine conservation and don’t need any convincing. If not, we expand a little more on this topic in our blog post “Coral Conservation in the Gili Islands”.

Starting a career in conservation diving

You may be asking yourself: “I know I want to help, but how can I make sure I’m really making a difference?” Good news is, you’ve got plenty of options and resources to guide you. As the largest wildlife habitat on the planet, diving can take you almost anywhere in the world, and learning to dive is an extremely valuable skill when it comes to marine conservation. Being divemaster certified opens up a lot of doors to jobs and career possibilities in the marine conservation world. Doing a marine conservation diving internship is a great way to get your feet wet when starting your conservation diving career.

How do I know if I’ve picked the right internship?

With all the choices available, it can be hard to distinguish which internship programs may be more effective toward actual conservation efforts. So here’s a few tips on how to do your research when it comes to marine conservation diving internships.

The search for your marine conservation diving internship



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