Though it sounds like a magical opportunity to see such a remote, untouched part of the world, Jones-Williams emphasized that living in Antarctica isn't a mere fantasyland.
“This expedition will be hard work, with scientific rigor required during unforgiving wintery conditions," she said. "We are looking for passionate individuals, with a sense of global citizenship, who are excited to be a part of the team and to return home and share our findings with the world.”
Despite the necessity for scientific data collection within the expedition, Airbnb said volunteers don't need a scientific background or any formal prerequisites -- just passion, curiosity, and a desire to preserve the environment.
To be considered, head to Airbnb's application here and ensure you send it in by October 8. Then make sure you've earned enough time off from your job to go waltzing in one the coldest climates on the planet.