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Thu 05 Aug 2004

Speakers for marine life

Category : talks

The International Coastal Cleanup Singapore (ICCS 2004) is recruiting school speakers to give marine talks.

Chien Fang, the ICCS Coordinator for School Talks is recruiting:

"We are recruiting speakers for school talks on the ICCS and marine conservation. So, if you have a flair for public speaking, do join us! You will share with students interesting stories about marine life in Singapore, marine conservation, and cleanup issues in Singapore and what we can do about it.

We hope to increase the pool of speakers as more schools are keen on this talk and we are also getting more and more interesting stories about marine life in Singapore to share with the volunteers!

It is alright if you are inexperienced, as long as you are keen and enjoy telling stories! We have a prepared slide presentation which you can modify to your liking and a workshop will be conducted on the afternoon of Saturday, 14 August 2004.

To sign up, please email me at oxidoreductase@yahoo.co.uk by Tuesday, 10 August 2004. Feel free to email me with your queries as well."

Chien Fang

Lim Chien Fang

ICCS School Talks Coordinator

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