We are always keen to hear from volunteers wishing to assist with our research!
Volunteering with SAERI can be an exciting and rewarding experience.
- Volunteering is a great way to support important research and find out more about our ongoing projects.
- Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills and strengthen your CV.
Who can volunteer?
- There is no minimum or maximum age as long as you can make a useful and safe contribution.
- If you do not have a Permanent Residence Permit or Falkland Islands Status you may need a volunteering permit, which we can help you apply for.
- Student placements can be arranged through your school, college or university.
How much time would I need to commit?
- As much or as little as you can spare!
- There is no minimum time commitment, although some projects may be for specific period of time.
- Some additional time may need to be factored in for travel to/from remote locations.
Where can I stay?
- Most volunteers are from the local community and have their own accommodation.
- If a project requires overnight stays in camp (away from Stanley) accommodation will usually be arranged.
Interested in volunteering?
Get in touch for more details.
If possible, please include a copy of your CV, some notes on your general areas of interest and details of any institutions you are currently affiliated with.