Event Captain, The Institute for Regional Conservation

Volunteer
Delray Beach
Posted 4 months ago

Event Captains will help at our volunteer days (which take place on Saturday mornings in the Fall and Spring from Lake Worth to Boca Raton) by manning our check-in table. Responsibilities include distributing supplies like t-shirts, oarking passes, water bottles etc. and ensuring volunteers complete the required check-in paperwork.

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to conserve rare plants, animals and ecosystems by restoring the link between people and nature. Volunteers will help us run effective volunteer days in the community that are designed to restore native coastal habitat.

Volunteers will help promote the conservation of rare plants, animals and ecosystems in urban South Florida.

We will train all volunteers! For event captains, we will meet before events kick off in the fall to bring them up to speed on our “Restoring the Gold Coast” program and train on our procedures.

Event Captains are outgoing and good with people. They will be the first face volunteers see at our volunteer days!

Event Captains will work roughly 1-2 Saturday mornings a month from September – May.

Event Captains will meet and connect with volunteers of all ages from our community who are passionate about conserving our natural world.

Contact Cara Abbott (Education & Outreach Coordinator) at abbott@regionalconservation.org or 305-247-6547.

NOTE: submission of resume below is disabled and not needed to apply for this position. Please contact the above-referenced individual.

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