Beaverton, OR (PressExposure) February 22, 2012 -- Want to help support endangered wildlife from your home and earn rewards including free chocolate, discounts on wildlife conservation tours, and more? SEEtheWILD, the world's first and only wildlife conservation travel website, is launching a unique opportunity for people who have a passion for both traveling and protecting animals and a knack for social media and marketing. Much more than a boring advisory board, WildTribe members will be actively engaged with our staff to support our social media outreach, improve our website and marketing, create content for our blog, help us reach a larger audience for our contests and promotions, and more.
In return, active members will receive rewards including Endangered Species Chocolate, organic t-shirts, and discounts on SEEtheWILD conservation tours. Members can also enter exclusive contests including a chance to win a week volunteering with a sea turtle conservation project in Costa Rica and to help us decide which of our partners receive donations.
"We're on a quest to find a diverse group of 10 - 20 people from around the world to help us fulfill our mission of saving wildlife through conservation travel", says Brad Nahill, SEEtheWILD director and co-founder.
Must be at least 18 years of age and some restrictions will apply to people living overseas. Members will be rotated twice per year to ensure that we have the most active group possible. Find out how to apply and additional details at SEEtheWILD.org.
Full information on the program and application instructions can be found at: [http://www.seethewild.org/2306/join-the-wildtribe.html]
SEEtheWILD offers meaningful adventure vacations that help protect endangered species across the globe. After three years of successful conservation tourism projects focused on protecting sea turtles through SEE Turtles Dr. Wallace J. Nichols and Brad Nahill formed SEEtheWILD to support a wide variety of destinations and endangered species, including bears, birds, big cats, whales, sharks, and sea turtles. Since 2008, SEE Turtles has generated more than $300,000 for turtle conservation programs and local communities in Latin America. SEEtheWILD and SEE Turtles are non-profit projects of The Ocean Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.seethewild.org.