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You want to dedicate your career to Marine Science and Conservation? Great! Where do you begin? How do you know you have what it takes (education/experience) to become a Marine Scientist and/or Conservationist?
There are many ways to begin a career in this meaningful field and NO! You do not need to be a scientist or have an education in Marine Science!!! There are plenty of ways that you can be a Marine Conservationist.
If you want to dedicate your career to Marine Conservation, then this page is a resource for YOU! Scroll down through this page (and check back often for updates to find out how you can begin your journey to a more meaningful career.
Building a career is a process that takes time and I know you are itching to get right to it, so I put together this resource to help you get started. Click the links down below to get started on your career.
Start Here: Articles that will help you get started
3 Tips to Finding Jobs in Ocean Conservation
3 Skills that Will Benefit You Throughout Your Ocean Conservation Career
Get The Right Job Experience
Why You Don’t Hear Back for an Interview
Apply to Jobs Using A Sensible Approach
For those of you who are switching from a different career, this article is for you: How To Switch to an Ocean Conservation Career
Interviews with People in the Marine Science and Conservation Field
Saving Sharks with Samantha Whitcraft – She highlights the importance in learning to write grants
Science Communication with Deb Castellana (Mission Blue)
Alternative Approach for an Ocean Conservation Career with Wallace J Nichols
What It’s Like to be a Professor with Bob Payne
The Life of a PhD Student with Jesse Senko
Diving and Photography for Ocean Conservation with Christine Shepard
All about Networking:
Networking for an Ocean Conservation Career
Networking with Marine Science and Conservation Professionals Using LinkedIn Part 1
Networking with Marine Science and Conservation Professionals Using LinkedIn Part 2