Biorock Indonesia Now Accepting Volunteer and Interns in Bali

Written by Biorock Indonesia

Mar 26th, 2019

So you were reading an article on the internet or social media post about award-winning community-based Coral Reef Restoration in The Island of Gods, Bali. You probably picture yourself as coral reef warriors working with SCUBA diving equipment with white sand beach and blue ocean. Then after several dive, you are taking a break sipping a cold beer in the middle of hot and humid weather in Bali. Unfortunately, you still reading this article on your campus or workplace without knowing how to make it come true.

Biorock Indonesia Now Accepting Volunteer and Interns in Bali

Good news for you, Biorock Indonesia now accepting volunteers and interns from all over the world. The volunteer and Internship program allows everybody to participate as a frontline team in Pemuteran, Bali. As a start, there are three programs available: Maintenance, Monitoring, and Biorock Center Team. You will join our team in Keeping the corals grow healthy and happy, measuring the environmental impact we create and involve in day to day biorock center operation both for the local community and visiting guests. You will need a SCUBA diving certificate to join maintenance and monitoring program. However, if you don’t have the license yet, you can get it in Bali during your first week of the program.

The Volunteer and Internship Program is allowing all marine enthusiast whether a college student who’d like to have working experience in the conservation project or contribute directly to the coral reef restoration.
The program has already covered your accommodation, airport transfer, diving equipment, and donation to support baby corals to thrive. As we partner with local owned business, your participation will motivate coral reefs stakeholders to keep supporting the coral reef restoration.

If you have strict schedules and appointments, you would learn how to be flexible, as weather condition sometimes is unpredictable.
Community Based conservation is not about enforcing a regulation from the government, but how community voluntarily support the movement as they are aware that the project is impacting their livelihoods, which is in line with Blue Economy concept and Sustainable Development Goals. You will understand why the Pemuteran Village have won more than 30 National and International Awards.

Our program for 2019 will be open for June – December 2019. You can download our brochure here and contact us on for more information and send your application. See you in Bali!

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