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Reptiles, amphibians and social media

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ORGANIZATION: Things That Creep


Work with gorgeous and photogenic reptiles and amphibians!

Things That Creep needs volunteers to update our social media pages with content featuring our ambassador snakes, lizards, frogs and more.

We are looking for volunteers with social media savvy, who are interested in education, conservation and herptiles (reptiles and amphibians). Desired skill sets include photography, graphic design, video editing, and/or general social media knowledge and skills.

What you’ll be doing: taking photo and videos of our live reptiles and amphibians, create content for various platforms including Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook and our email-newsletter.

You need: transportation to and from our Castro Valley facility, your equipment (phone and/or camera, laptop, etc.)

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About Things That Creep


1712 Milvia St, Berkeley, CA 94709, US

Mission Statement

Inspiring conservation action by creating access to science education and building community connections.


Things That Creep brings science to life with lizards, snakes, turtles and frogs. Our hands-on programs are designed to create a connection between participants and animals that are often ignored or feared and provide a pathway to future careers in STEM fields.

Through learning about herps (reptiles & amphibians) and their role in their ecosystems, people feel a vested interest in their importance and protection. Herps play a vital and necessary role in a healthy, local ecosystem. Local ecosystem biodiversity helps maintain a balance to create a more healthy planet.

We can support biodiversity in our own outside spaces by making conscious choices about the types of plants we grow, having a bird bath or spraying pesticides. We can make small changes to our gardens to support wildlife so that it can continue to thrive despite habitat loss which threatens much of our planet's life. Together we can make a difference.


Education & Literacy
Animals, Education & Literacy, Environment


We'll work with your schedule.


15516 Cull Canyon RoadCastro Valley, CA 94552



  • Environmental Education
  • Photography
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Graphic Design / Print
  • Animal Care / Handling




  • Must be at least 18
  • 2 hours per week

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