All we ask is that you commit to a minimum of four weeks between March and September to really contribute to our work in a meaningful way so that we both have a chance to get to know each other properly. It’s a wonderful way to learn more about the amazing natural biodiversity of our islands, to meet new people and to learn more about yourself in the process. Download and fill out the Volunteer Form [pdf] to get started.
“I had the opportunity to work alongside staff and volunteers for SOS Tobago during a season of fieldwork for my masters research on leatherback sea turtles. I stayed in the local community of Black Rock and met some wonderful people during my 3-month stay. The people that are involved with SOS Tobago have a genuine passion for the conservation and welfare of Tobago’s turtles and their environment. It was an amazing experience…one that I will never forget” Lindsey, Canada/UK.