Nlly - volunteer of sea turtle conservation curacao

Nelly’s Verhaal

Bijna 4 maanden terug, ben ik gelukkig begonnen als vrijwilligster bij STCC! Wat een ongelooflijk mooie ervaringen heb ik mogen opdoen!  Langs alle zuidkant beaches elke vrijdag, mogen controleren, is een joy! Het ochtendgloren, de serene sfeer en de natuur die ontwaakt van dier tot mens, in een woord: fantastisch! Met…

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Sea Turtle Conservation - Quinlan

Volunteer Story – Quinlan

Having only been a volunteer at STCC since May this year I’ve already had some unforgettable experiences. I’ve been on two trips to Klein Curaçao, collecting nesting information for the STCC database, and one to Wacawa where we released a rescued turtle back into the ocean after being kept at…

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Internship Story - Eva

Internship story of Eva Ortelee

Make people aware of the beauty of our oceans and thereby change their behaviour to make sure our oceans will stay beautiful and healthy. That is the reason why I study Coastal and marine management in the Netherlands and why I did my internship at STCC. My main goal was…

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STCC training

STCC Training Day – Story by Louviënne

May 30, 2020 On this Saturday morning, I woke up to a text saying that securities at Blue bay have sighted some turtle activities on the beach. Upon arrival, 15 volunteers gather to spend a morning together by learning more about sea turtles. This is our last training of three…

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Kim, our volunteer

Kim – Volunteer

Hi, my name is Kim. I have been a volunteer since the beginning of STCC. Sabine, the founder of STCC, is a very dear friend of mine, and she inspired me to participate in and fall in love with the world of sea turtles. As a full-time teacher, it is…

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Solene – STCC Volunteer

I volunteered 3 weeks for STCC in July 2019 and it’s been the experience of a lifetime! I have learned so much about sea turtles, how to preserve them just by being a little more earth-conscious. The team was so nice and eager to give me advice anytime. They gave…

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