• Purple, yellow, gold and orange sponges and soft corals wave against a turquioise sea.

    Biscayne

    National Park Florida

Environmental Education and Outreach Volunteer Opportunities

Overnight Program: If you like sharing South Florida's Great Outdoors with children this is the position for you. Camp at Elliott Key and help 5th - 7th grade students connect to the park's resources. Assist lead camp ranger by prepping program materials and helping conduct activities. This is a 24 hour position once a week. Includes one camping night. Apply

Day Programs: This position requires a willingness to work with large numbers of students at a time. Assist lead ranger with conducting day programs at Convoy Point. Help students identify wildlife and native plants. Help teachers lead activity stations. Assist with program logistics. This is a 4-hour position, as often as desired. Apply

Classroom Program: This position requires a visit to an area school. Present various park presentations to classrooms. Conduct hands-on activity to reinforce presentation. Topics range from coral reef and sea turtles, to lionfish and history. This is a 4-8 hour position, as often as desired. Apply

Canoe Program: This position requires the ability to canoe proficiently. Assist lead ranger in conducting canoe programs in Biscayne Bay. Help teach students about the mangrove and seagrass community. This is a 6 hour position, once a month. Apply

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