Youth Stewardship Assistants
Assist Nature Center land management staff with natural areas projects during the summer!
Successful candidates are able to participate actively in land management activities including pulling invasive plants, trail maintenance, trash collection, and learning about plants and ecology. Training and guidance in native plants, management techniques and trail maintenance will be provided. The candidate will be enthusiastic, motivated and reliable. Candidates should expect to work in all weather conditions and lift 20 pounds. Interested candidates are asked to fill out our online application at https://shakerlakes.org/volunteer-application/ and attend a group interview on Friday, June 7, 1-2:30 pm at the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes.
Minimum Age to Volunteer: Youth entering high school
Minimum Time Commitment: Volunteers are asked for a minimum of 10 days. The days can be
spread throughout the summer. They do not need to be consecutive. Many volunteers commit to more
than 10 days. Participants can schedule dates Tuesday through Thursday each week.
A position description that provides more information can be found on the Youth Opportunities web page: https://shakerlakes.org/youth-opportunities/
2600 South Park BlvdCleveland, OH 44120
- Habitat Restoration
- Environmental Policy
- Environmental Education
- Orientation or Training
- 9:30 am-1:00 pm Tuesday-Thursday for 10 days
- Volunteers 18 and older will have to complete a background check