Volunteer Blog Posts

Marine Protected Areas
Sunday July 26, 2015

As anyone that has studied conservation knows; the creation of protected areas is extremely beneficial. They act to prevent habitat loss which is the leading cause of biodiversity loss, as well as directly protecting species from over-harvesting. However, the creation of protected areas is not en

A Seahorse Poem
Sunday July 19, 2015

My second week at MCC started exciting. Not only arrived new volunteers surveying the jungle of the island but Lindsay Aylesworth, researcher at Project Seahorse, jo

Illegal Fishing Gear Burn
Sunday July 19, 2015

Being relatively new to the illegal fishing scene, it was surprising to see the extent at which it happens. Through MCC patrols, illegal gear such as trawling nets,

2015 National News, MCC's Seahorse Tagging

Volunteer Placement

Marine Researcher Marine Conservation Cambodia


Join Our Volunteer Marine Research and Volunteer Marine Conservation Teams and learn what you can do to help protect the Ocean. Your volunteer work here makes an immediate and positive impact on the conservation of Cambodia's marine ecosystems and habitats.

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Current Research

Sociodemographic report on local fishing communities


Please take a look at some of our current Internship and volunteer research projects and opportunities for your interest or university course requirements.

Research Topics

Academic Internships

Marine Research Internships


Achieve your university program requirements as a Marine Conservation Cambodia intern whilst learning marine field research and marine conservation techniques, your work directly helps our team in protecting Cambodia's Ocean.

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Involvement Can Start Today, Help Us Protect Cambodia's Ocean

Octopus at Kep Oceanarium volunteer project

Kep Oceanarium

Volunteer or take an internship program and Get involved with Kep Oceanarium's, Coral propagation, Seahorse Breeding and research Project.
Koh Rong Samloem volunteer project

Location Koh Rong Samloem

Our original Seahorse research base is located here at our old volunteer project site. We must apologise that we are currently not operating this site due to a huge increase in violent  crime, there are currently many embassy warnings for Sihanoukville and the surrounding islands and we would rather choose to offer security and safety than put you at risk. 


Get involved today and Protect Cambodia's Ocean!


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