Speaker at beach clean

Become an 'Ocean Voice' in 2023

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Fancy a new challenge for the new year? If you’d like to do more for our ocean in 2023, read on to find out about two new volunteering opportunities

No matter where you live, these are great opportunities to represent the Marine Conservation Society and help more people to understand the importance of caring for our ocean. With the roles being developed until March 2023, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to offer feedback and help play a part in shaping the experience for future Sea Champions, so now is an exciting time to get involved.

Community Presenter

Staff member giving talk at beach clean

Credit: Billy Barraclough

If you’d like to offer talks about us and our work in your local area, this volunteering opportunity is for you. You can help us to reach more people across communities and support us in our fight to secure cleaner, healthier, better protected seas.

Tell me more about becoming a Community Presenter

Media Spokesperson

Staff member presenting for TV

Credit: Billy Barraclough

If TV and radio are more your thing, consider becoming a Media Spokesperson for the Marine Conservation Society in your local area. You’ll be talking about our work and activities, including our flagship Great British Beach Clean event – this could be speaking on your local radio, on camera for TV pieces or to the local press.

Tell me more about becoming a media spokesperson

Want to volunteer with us but these roles aren't quite what you're looking for? Check out our other opportunities here.

See the many ways to take action and get involved

What you can do
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This project is funded by the Government's Green Recovery Challenge Fund. The fund was developed by Defra and its Arm's-Length Bodies. It is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England, the Environment Agency and Forestry Commission.