Summer Conservation Volunteers – Floodplains, Cities, Lands
In the Puget Sound, The Nature Conservancy is working with broad partner coalitions to make our Floodplains and Cities healthier for people and nature. We are looking for summer volunteers to take on storytelling and program support projects as they learn about our programs.
We also work across Washington to steward and protect forest, prairie, shrub steppe, and estuary habitats. Our Lands program is looking for help with program support and field projects this summer. This role will be a mix of office and outdoor opportunities.
These positions are a great way to learn about how The Nature Conservancy does conservation in Washington while supporting our work. We are looking for part-time volunteers for this summer, a minimum of 20 hours per week. Start and end dates are flexible, but within a May to September timeframe. These positions are based in our Seattle office.
Photo by Chris J. Roberts for WG Clark
If you are interested in volunteering in this capacity please send a short email introducing yourself and why you want to volunteer with The Nature Conservancy using the form below by April 15th, 2018.