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15 skills to help you stand out from the crowd

We’ve scoured our 100+ ‘Interview with WiseOceans’ to bring you the top 15 skills that our interviewees have needed in their marine conservation jobs (but didn’t necessarily know they would need when they started out). How many have you got? Can you tick them all off? You’ll often find yourself working in small teams/organisations or […]

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Flavio surfacing, FSRS, Seychelles Nov 2018 © LN WiseOceans

My New Island Life

The main reason behind leaving Mauritius was the desire to explore new waters and coming to Seychelles proved to be the best choice. I reached Mahé during the night and could not enjoy the beauty of Seychelles yet. I was first welcomed by the amazing Ben Taylor (Education and Outreach Manager of WiseOceans Seychelles) and eventually […]

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Blue Economy Youth Programme

Saratha Naiken is a participant on our Blue Economy Youth Programme – a one-week practical programme for school children from Seychelles, run by Ben Taylor, Education & Outreach Manager for WiseOceans Seychelles.  Within just a few days of the programme, I have already learned many interesting facts and figures on the importance of our Blue Economy. […]

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Charlotte and Jo cenote diving

Mexico Magic

I had a plan for this year and so far, it’s working out brilliantly! It’s a ‘significant’ birthday year for me and I wanted to be underwater on the day itself plus tick off a few marine-based bucket list items. My role in WiseOceans no longer requires me to be in the water on a […]

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