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Last modified: December 18, 2014, 3:45 AM

January 24, 2013, 4:17 AM
Zoox said
New dates are out now!


Are you finding it hard to get into a career in Marine Conservation?

Don't worry, you're not alone … although this is a growing sector it is a relatively new and highly competitive "industry" and people entering this field are being turned away from start-up jobs due to lack of experience. This is exactly where Zoox can help, by developing the skills you need for these positions quickly and efficiently.

Zoox takes a new approach to creating jobs whilst helping to support those who are interested in this important sector. We work with people from all over the world and our contacts and backgrounds put us in a very fortunate position to do ... and we would like to share them with you. Zoox doesn't believe in keeping this knowledge as a secret, like a good book these little snippets of magic should be shared.

Zoox is an abbreviated form of the word zooxanthellae, which is an algae. This is commonly found in a symbiotic relationshio with tropical corals, providing nutrients whilst being housed in the coral tissue. Zoox has folded this concept into the core of their experience programmes, providing man-power for our high impact conservation project partners with volunteers, whilst ensuring that the volunteer work builds each individual as a professional by developing essential skills and knowledge in the conservation sector.

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(+63) 09391399283
Bristol, United Kingdom
Date Founded:
10th March 2010


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