Become an important member of this team and share your time, talent and abilities. Volunteers must be a minimum age of 16 and have outstanding people skills and a love for nature. A variety of fun volunteer opportunities are available. Interact with a variety of people, learn new skills, and enhance and share your knowledge about the environmental issues facing Southwest Florida.
If you are interested in joining the team, call 239.403.4212 for more information or email Kelly Rhoades at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or...
We are looking for some great volunteers to join our team! Full-time residents welcome!
Deliver, place and monitor collateral and promotional materials in various southwest Florida hotels, visitor centers and other locations.
Welcome visitors, collect admission fees, sell memberships, answer phones and provide information to visitors.
Provide educational guided cruises aboard the Good Fortune II pontoon boat through Rookery Bay and aboard the Sweet Liberty to Keewaydin Island.
Provide guided tours through the Dalton Discovery Center and assist with environmental educations programs throughout the Nature Center. Training is provided.
Register members, guests and students for boat rides, assist in docking boats and answer guest inquiries. Boating knowledge is preferred.
Provide educational guided cruises on the Gordon River aboard an electric boat. Boating experience and boat handling is preferred, but not required.
Monitor public hearings and follow legislation issues. Write letters and make calls to support issues as directed by policy department.
Attend select community events to promote the work of the Conservancy, interact with attendees, distribute Conservancy publications and promote the importance and benefits of Conservancy membership and volunteering.
Welcome members and visitors to the Conservancy Nature Center.
Assist with horticultural maintenance and with site surveys in the Conservancy Nature Center and at other select locations.
Assist with retail sales, pricing, inventory, tagging items, store displays, customer service, answering phones and filing.
Deliver “Conservancy Story” presentations to civic, home owners associations and other community organizations, promoting the work of the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and the benefits and importance of Conservancy membership and volunteering.
Assist with set-up, greeting, parking and pre and post production as needed.
Interpret natural wonders along Clam Pass, Brigg’s Boardwalk and Tigertail Beach. Comprehensive training provided. Basic knowledge of Southwest Florida ecosystems helpful.
Assist with the care of injured animals, prepare food, clean enclosures, laundry, data entry of admissions and answer phone inquiries.
Deliver wildlife care and rehabilitation information programs to members and guests.
1495 Smith Preserve Way Naples, Florida 34102
Monday - Sunday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm (ET)Closed New Year's Day
239-262-0304 phone 239-262-0672 fax
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