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Volunteer

We are grateful for our volunteers who collectively did more than 10,000 hours of work for wild species and wild spaces.

Petrel Point boardwalk repairs © Megan Anevich

Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us to help us protect nature in Ontario. Throughout the year, we have various volunteer needs across Ontario, so please stay connected if nothing current is a good fit.

Eastern foxsnake monitoring © Smera Sukumar

Current Postings

Please review our volunteer postings below. We will accept applications on an ongoing basis and thank all applicants for their interest.

If you don’t see something that’s a good fit at this time, follow us on LinkedIn to be notified about volunteer openings as they arise.

© Willy Waterton


Social Media Ambassador

Are you passionate about nature? Do you use social media? Join our network of volunteer Social Media Ambassadors to spread the word about our conservation campaigns through various online channels. This is an ongoing part-time position.

As a Social Media Ambassador, you will receive updates on our latest conservation campaigns. Working remotely, you will share content and promote Ontario Nature’s messaging across your personal social media accounts.

The prerequisites:

  • Familiar with at least one of the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Access to your own social media accounts and a remote work station
  • Approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour a week of volunteer time (may vary based on schedule)
  • A general understanding of conservation issues in Ontario, and a love of nature and the outdoors

The perks:

  • Gain experience volunteering for a charitable organization and receive credit for volunteer hours
  • Flexible volunteer hours: contribute time based on your schedule
  • Success pending, letter of recommendation from Ontario Nature
  • You’ll be part of our success story as we work together to make a difference for nature in Ontario

If you’re interested, click the button below to send us an email.

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