Next Information Ambassador Training Course for All New Long-term Volunteers: Wednesdays March 6, 13, 20 & 27 from 6-8:30 pm (10 hours total)
All new long-term volunteers must first complete a mandatory 10-hour Information Ambassador training. Long-term volunteers must be willing to commit to serving a minimum of 4 hours per month.
Information Ambassadors can assist with special events tabling, as Visitor Center and Speaker Series greeters, and more. This is the prerequisite course to all other volunteer training courses.
- Intro to Reserve and Refuges
- What is an Estuary? Wetland Metaphors
- Intro to Watershed
- Intro to Estuarine Ecology
- Intro to Research and Monitoring
- Sensitive Species
- Injured and Orphaned Wildlife
- History and Land Use
- Stewardship Program
- Education Programs
Supplemental training is required for Docents, Shorebird Stewards, Restoration Guides, and Water Quality Monitoring volunteers. Click here for more information on long-term volunteer programs.
Attendance of the Information Ambassador training does not guarantee a volunteer position. All volunteers must interview for open volunteer positions. Please fill out the online application to begin the process. Thank you.
To apply: Submit a Volunteer Application Form