Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center

Environmental Education Volunteers Needed!

At the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center, a busy and exciting season of providing quality environmental education programs to thousands of school children is getting underway! To help us kick off the busy school year ahead, we are looking for educators who would like to volunteer their skills to help us nurture the next generation of conservationists!

If you are a retired teacher, if you have recently graduated from college with experience in environmental science, and/or teaching, or if you simply have interest in learning the skills and techniques it takes to become a good environmental educator, we invite you to join our volunteer corps!

Education volunteers assist with lesson preparation, teaching and new program development, while gaining invaluable experience working outdoors with diverse groups of children and adults. Volunteers are typically needed Monday through Friday, though occasional weekends are possible.

If interested, please contact 516-922-3200 for more information and to schedule your volunteer experience