This opportunity is curated through the UF TESI Environmental Leaders Network. Opportunities posted through the Network may not be affiliated with the Florida Museum or TESI, but are shared with UF undergraduate students who want to learn more about environmental research, education and outreach, and civic engagement. 

Host organization/department


Sitting on 275 acres of lush Florida woods and farmland, the Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation (CSWCF) is home to approximately 30 rare and endangered species and over 100 animals. CSWCF is a 5013c nonprofit, licensed by USDA, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, Alachua County, and ZAA accredited facility. Volunteering is available to support work for endangered species. Duties include food prep, cleaning, and some animal care.

Date & time

Weekly 8am to 12pm


8528 E County Road 225, Gainesville, FL 32609


Email Christine Janks at with the Subject line “Volunteer Inquiry”.