Application for field work studies MTCP: CLOSING DATE January 15, 2021.
Marine Turtle Conservation Project application form for the 2021 nesting season. Please complete the form below to volunteer in our North Cyprus project in 2021.

The closing date for applications is January 15, 2021.

Volunteers are encouraged to apply for 6 - 12 weeks.

For full information on the project and what to expect, visit: https://cyprusturtles.org/home/volunteering/
Volunteers monitoring a green turtle (Chelonia mydas) covering her eggs at dawn. Some of the turtles nesting at Alagadi beach have been tagged and monitored since 1992.
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Email (note: you must be in regular email contact) *
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Qualifications
Do you have a current clean driving license?
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If you have a driving licence, for how many years have you held it?
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Have you ever owned your own vehicle?
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Do you have any off road driving experience? If so please provide details.
The project runs from 25th April - 5th October, please give details of dates that you would be available. If you have exams, please check when they finish before committing.
Please describe any relevant experience that you have had working in research and/or conservation.
Please describe any relevant experience that you have had working as part of a team.
Why would you like to participate in this project?
How did you learn of this project?
Please list your first referee here including their name, position, address and email address. *
Please list your second referee here including their name, position, address and email address.
Green turtle hatchling, Alagadi Beach, Nürettin Şehitoğlü. As well as direct research and conservation activities, volunteers are involved in public engagement and awareness raising. Thousands of locals and tourists visit the Specially Protected Areas to see and to learn about endangered green and loggerhead turtles.
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