As a nonprofit organization, the North Florida Wildlife Center relies on the help of dozens of volunteers and interns to help achieve the highest standards of animal care, education, conservation, environmental service, and operations. If you are looking to spend your time making a difference in the world, working closely with wildlife, and gaining invaluable experience, consider volunteering or interning with the NFWC!
The North Florida Wildlife Center offers educational outreach programs and lectures that are designed to educate and inspire audiences of all ages. These programs are offered offsite and can be customized to fit a specific grade level or subject focus.
Applicants must be 18+ years old, able to commit to 8+ hours/week, work outdoors year round, work in a team environment, speak with visitors, and learn quickly. Contact us if you would like to become a volunteer at the NFWC!
Students studying life sciences may apply for internships during Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Interns may qualify for up to 4 credit hours from your academic institution. Please contact us for more information.
NFWC offsite educational outreach programs are perfect for events, schools, camps, and much more! Our educators and animal ambassadors are sure to capture the hearts and minds of audiences of all ages. Contact us for offsite event inquiries.
Through formal educational lectures, the NFWC's educators dive deep into topics as diverse as natural history itself. Lecture topics include: evolution, ecology, zoology, paleobiology, environmental conservation, and many more! Contact us for more information.