Next Long-term Volunteer Training Dates: To-be-Determined
Long-term volunteer programs:
- Educational Docent
- Field & Lab Research Volunteer
- Citizen Water Quality Monitor (in partnership with San Diego Coastkeeper)
- Mounted Assistance Unit (MAU)
- Restoration Guide
- Shorebird Steward
- Stewardship Volunteer
To apply: Submit a Volunteer Application Form
1. Volunteer Interview
After receiving your volunteer application, we will contact you for a volunteer interview when a volunteer position becomes available. The interview is an opportunity for you to tell us more about your community service interests and goals. It will also give you a chance to ask more questions about the Reserve and our volunteer program. This discussion will help us work together to find the volunteer position that is right for you.
2. Participate in Training
All new volunteers must first complete a mandatory 10-hour Information Ambassador training. Volunteers may sign up for additional volunteer program training classes during or after completion of this course.
Information Ambassador Training Course for All New Volunteers:
Spring 2013: Wednesdays March 6, 13, 20 & 27 from 6-8:30 pm (10 hours total)
Next Training: TBD – Please sign up for the monthly eNewsletter to keep up-to-date on volunteer trainings and events.
3. Establish a Schedule
You will work in partnership with the Community Outreach Coordinator and Program Coordinator(s) to establish your schedule. We ask most volunteers to contribute a minimum of 4 hours each month.
For more information:
Volgistics Log-in: TRNERR Long-term Volunteer Information Center - Sign up for volunteer shifts, log your hours, view your history, update your contact information, and more.
Thank you to the Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association for Volunteer Program support.