CATCH UP WITH MERCY SHIPS AND HOW THEY SAVE LIVES ACROSS THE GLOBE

Mercy Ships provides surgeries for thousands of people with their floating hospitals. Since Mercy Ships was founded in 1978, over 2 million lives have been impacted through surgical care, medical training, and infrastructure development. They have completed over 100,000 surgical procedures and trained over 42,000 professionals in the areas they have served to create “a lasting legacy of healing.”

Today on the Women Offshore Podcast, learn about what’s going on at Mercy Ships in 2022. Miranda Strawbridge, Maritime Recruitment Consultant, shares what’s new, what to expect as a volunteer, and the different opportunities to work on board.

To learn more about Mercy Ships, visit MercyShips.org. Contact Mercy Ships recruiters by emailing volunteer@mercyships.org. Information about volunteering can be found at mercyships.org/volunteer/. To apply, find your next role at mercyships.org/opportunities.mercyships.org.

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