June 10, 2023: World Sea Turtle Day Beach Cleanup
Join SACNAS@UF, the UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute, and the Whitney Lab to celebrate World Sea Turtle Day by keeping our beaches waste free!
Volunteer with Museum in the Parks
The goal of Museum in the Parks is to encourage students to explore nature, teach them about museum collections, and show students what a scientist can look like and what careers are available to them in the future.
Volunteer as an Energy Coach with the CWC
The CWC is looking for volunteer energy coaches to help low-income residents in Gainesville lower their electricity and water bills.
K-12 Marine Science Educational Field Trips to Cedar Key
Volunteer with K-12 students on their field trips to the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station in Cedar Key.
Ongoing Individual or Group Volunteering Opportunities with The Repurpose Project
The Repurpose Project is an environmental nonprofit whose mission is to divert usable goods from the landfill and redirect them to the public to help people and the planet.
Prothonotary Warbler Nest Box Monitoring
The Alachua Audubon Society is searching for interested volunteers to follow leaders in the field and perform nest box checks.
Green Chemistry Applications with Extremophilic Microorganisms
This opportunity provides training in research related to the biochemistry and genetics of extremophilic microorganisms and their applications in biotechnology.
Ichetucknee Springs State Park Visitor Center Docent Volunteer
This is a great opportunity to learn to communicate with people of all kinds of backgrounds and of whom may disagree with you. This is especially important for those who want to get involved in environmental communication and education careers. Volunteering with Florida State Parks is also a great way to get your foot in the door with any career in the Florida State Parks or larger Department of Environmental Protection.
Archaeology lab volunteer
Students will learn how to generate and analyze environmental archaeology data that is used to understand sustainability practices and past lifeways. While these projects are situated in southern Florida, they have implications for global tropical and subtropical environments, especially those within wetland ecosystems.
Florida SpringsWatch Program
Students will gain experience in springs fieldwork, data collection, and wildlife surveys, as well as gain a deeper understanding of the factors that influence the health of springs systems.