Volunteers are the bread and butter of Lacawac. Since the 1970’s, thousands of hours have been spent on habitat restoration, fundraising, education, research and all through the efforts of volunteers. If you are willing to meet new people, have a lot of fun, and help Lacawac grow, then our volunteer program is for you.
What Opportunities Are Available
Environmental Programs and Education:
Nature Walk Leaders
Lacawac Historical Tour Leaders
Public Education Assistants
Youth Education Programs
Public Relations Assistant
Mailings and Distribution Assistant
Nature Center and Grounds:
Native Plant Gardening
General Center Maintenance
Graphic Design and Technology
Website and Social Media Maintenance
Work as a part of an organized scout troop, school class, service club or other group. Complete one time projects.
Community Service Hours
If you need hours to fulfill a school, club, organization or association requirement please email email@example.com with the number of hours needed, deadline for completing hours and when you would be available to volunteer.
Lacawac offers internship programs for undergraduate and graduate students interested in conducting ecological field research. Similar to the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates, interns work with scientific professionals, conduct and present original research, and gain valuable professional experience at a biological field station that has a rich history of launching prominent ecologists’ careers.
Students studying marketing, public relations, communication, history, and education can also complete internships at Lacawac Apply!
For more information on Volunteer Opportunities, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-689-9494