Cause Areas

When

It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


About

As a Turtle Ambassador, you will reach out to new audiences about turtles and tortoises and the dangers they face as well as ways that people can help them. Responsibilities of being a Turtle Ambassador include:

- distributing information about turtles and tortoises to audiences in your local area, either through email, mail, tabling events, or in-person

- keeping up on turtle research and happenings through Nature Abounds, social media, news articles, etc...

- reporting back to Nature Abounds on your outreach

- Once comfortable with your turtle and tortoise knowledge, present to groups about turtles and tortoises, and possibly even hold an event for turtle and tortoise awareness.

As a Turtle Ambassador, you should have the following qualities:

- Enjoy working with people and talking with individuals (direct-service)

- Self-starter, who can help to find their own venues

- Passionate about turtle and tortoise awareness

- Interested in sharing their knowledge about turtles and tortoises and the dangers they face as well as ways that people can help them

- Dedicated time to volunteer

- Interested in helping Nature Abounds as well as turtles and tortoises

Skills

Good Match For

Teens People 55+

Requirements & Commitment

  • Orientation or Training
  • Up to Volunteer
  • Note that training materials do have a cost for the volunteer.

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