Share your wonder for the Maryland natural world with learners of all ages!
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is recruiting Volunteer Naturalists to lead our Classrooms in the Field outdoor field trip programs. Volunteer Naturalists assist with leading 2-4 hour education programs for students K-12 in the spring (March-May), summer (June - Aug), and fall (Sept-early Nov). Volunteer Naturalists choose the programs and age groups that most interest them and volunteer for a minimum of 2 programs a month (less in the summer). Volunteer Naturalists receive in-depth content and safety training by Sanctuary Staff Naturalists and shadow a field trip before leading groups on their own.
Benefits to becoming a Volunteer Naturalist include:
- free admission to Jug Bay as an active volunteer;
- access to special research opportunities not available to the general public (i.e. mist netting, SAV sampling, river otter spotlighting);
- access to professional development funds sponsored by the Friends of Jug Bay for workshop, course, or local conference fees each year;
- up to two, in-house trainings/professional development courses each year with themes centered around current research efforts at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary.
Join our Volunteer Naturalist Open House!
If you are interested in joining the Jug Bay Volunteer Naturalist team, please join our Volunteer Naturalist Open House on Saturday March 10th, 2018 from 10am to 12pm (coffee and refreshments provided). To register, email Liana Vitali at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address, and cell phone number or call 410-741-9330 to register.