Global Ambassador Adventure: Marine Conservation Masterplan - 'India' 2019

Our second Global Ambassador Adventure will commence in April 2019 in collaboration with Sebastian Indian Social Projects (SISP) and our 5 local partners on the ground in Kovalam and Vizhinjam southern Kerala!

Utilising our Marine Conservation Centre and led by our CEO and on-ground Global Program Coordinators, the Adventure will include 10 intensive days engaging with the local community to develop practical conservation programs in line with our Marine Conservation Masterplan for the region.

We are seeking individuals with a background in marine/environmental science, environmental engineering, international/community development, waste management, fisheries biology, sustainable tourism, fundraising, photography, film or with experience in related fields. We also welcome applicants with a passion for community engagement and conservation who can demonstrate their commitment to the project and outline how they would contribute towards achieving project outcomes.

General Applications are now OPEN!

To apply, Please VIEW and reply to the PDF via the link below:

Applications close MONDAY JANUARY 28 @ midnight


Kovalam/Vizhinjam, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.


April 9 - 19, 2019.


The entire Adventure (accommodation, food, internal transfers, visa’s, insurance and activities), excluding flights to/from India will be Crowdfunded by each participant who will aim to raise $3000 (with extra proceeds assisting our on-ground work and team to achieve program objectives in the region, as per our Marine Conservation Masterplan ©). 


Each participant will have their own room and a shared bathroom. All Ambassadors will be based in the same house/apartment complex alongside our Global Program Coordinators and local volunteers.


A stipend will be provided to each participant for 3 meals per day. All food organised by PCFML will be vegetarian and vegan, in line with our principles as well as many of the spiritual customs of India.


Photography © Positive Change for Marine Life & SISP