Join Our Team! Audubon serves as a knowledgeable and experienced community resource for conservation and education. There are many rewarding ways you can get involved to help. Opportunities are available for ages 14 and older and we can also host organizational or businesses groups. All volunteers also receive a discount in our Nature Store.
Audubon serves as a knowledgeable and experienced community resource for conservation and education. There are many rewarding ways you can get involved to help. Opportunities are available for ages 14 and older and we can also host organizational or business groups. All volunteers also receive a discount in our Nature Store.
For more information, contact Eli Schaffer at email@example.com.
Teacher Naturalists — Our volunteer teachers work with school groups and other organizations to conduct programs and guide young explorers on our trails. Some experience working with elementary students is a plus. Training is provided. Weekdays. Adults.
Citizen Scientists — Take part in different, seasonal census and research projects throughout the year. Projects include the Summer Bird Count, Christmas Bird Count, Summer Butterfly Count, Fall Hawk Watch Count, Project Feeder Watch, spring vernal pond surveys, and more. Some natural history knowledge is helpful, but training can be provided. Adults and high school students.
Nature Store Assistants — Process sales, assist customers, receive inventory, and set up merchandise displays. Weekdays and weekends. Adults and high school students.
Trail Tamers — Assist our land caretakers with trail upkeep, control of invasive plants, light carpentry, footbridge repair, and litter removal. Weekdays. Adults, high school students, and groups.
Wild Side Gardeners — Help us maintain the special wildlife gardens around the Kimberlin Nature Education Center. Landscaped areas for butterflies, hummingbirds, songbirds, and other wildlife need weeding and watering. Weekdays or weekends. Adults, high school students, and groups.
Photographers — We always need more good digital photographs of the natural beauty of our sanctuaries and of all the activities throughout the year. Use our camera or yours. Photography experience necessary. Weekdays, weekends, or evenings. Adults and high school students.
Special Event Helpers — Lend a hand at our spring and fall festivals and other occasional events. Adults and high school students.
Weekend Greeters — Be a host at our Kimberlin Nature Education Center. Greet visitors and answer questions, hand out trail maps and program brochures, answer phones, and gather feedback. Weekends. Adults.
Exhibit Curators — Interact with users and help maintain the educational exhibits in the Kimberlin Nature Education Center, evaluate their effectiveness, and develop new displays. Weekends. Adults and high school students.
Development Assistants — Help coordinate and staff special events and receptions, work on fundraising appeals, and assist development staff with various projects. Weekdays, weekends, and evenings. Adults.
Administrative Assistants — Help Audubon staff with office functions, including mailings, copying, phone calls, and special projects. Weekdays.
If you have other ideas for volunteering or special talents that could help the Audubon mission, please let us know. To begin volunteering at Audubon Greenwich, please fill out our Volunteer Application and contact Eli Schaffer at firstname.lastname@example.org.