Be a Conservation Hero
Be a Volunteer
Volunteering means spending some of your free time helping others. You may volunteer to help other people, such as the families who lost their homes after a natural disaster. But you can also volunteer to protect animals, wildlife, nature & the environment, or any other cause that you care about.
Volunteering also lets you see your life in new ways, and this experience often put you in a different environment and expose you to people and situations that you wouldn’t have come across in your regular life.
Doing volunteer work means one very important thing that you make a difference and add value to the world.
Volunteer to Help Endangered Species:
JSCT’s Main strategy is to protect globally threatened turtles & tortoise species which include: Golden Greek Tortoise that found along Jordan forests & farms line from north to central areas, and Stripe-necked Terrapin that found along Jordan Rivers, wetlands & Dams line from north to south. In addition there are two species of Endangered Sea Turtles that found and recorded in the Gulf of Aqaba for their feeding & habitat (Green Turtles, Hawksbill Turtles).
Actions & efforts to protect these species still not that much heavy and serious as well as the depletion of their natural environments cause of bad human behaviors.
JSCT welcomes volunteers on board from around the world to help within their educational backgrounds, passion for nature, love for animals, previous experience in the conservation and community field, biologists, eco-tourism specialists, eco-activists, agriculture & soil & water engineers, writers, designers and students.
JSCT is looking for Volunteers that are ready to dedicate time for the love of turtles, animals & nature.