Colorado Volunteer Opportunities
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy in Colorado. We look forward to having you volunteer with us! Join our e-newsletter to find out about upcoming opportunities around the state. Our biggest need for volunteers is during field season April-October at our preserves. We rely on volunteerism to help manage our preserves and properties around Colorado. Questions? Email COvolunteers@tnc.org
All internships, both paid and unpaid, can be found at Nature.org/careers. Unfortunately, we cannot accept unsolicited resumes, please apply for specific openings through our careers page.
Roll up your sleeves and give Colorado nature a boost! Click below for more details on how to join us at any of these restoration days this year:
Position Listing: Get to know your watershed
Help us engage with stakeholders working on watershed and forest health in the Blue River by participating with Conservancy staff to interview local institutions. This volunteer position includes preparation and review of interview questions, background reading on local issues, interviews with 10-15 local institutions and stakeholders, and systemization of the interviews.
This unpaid volunteer position requires an estimated 50-60 hour time commitment, commencing immediately. Work will be completed during 2-3 day-long events on weekdays in Dillion, Colorado, and preparatory work can be completed at any time prior to the events from home. Volunteers should have previous experience or interest with conducting interviews, preferably working toward or already having obtained a graduate degree. This volunteer position requires impeccable writing skills.
If interested, email a resume and short cover-letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 29th.
Boulder Office Volunteers
Volunteers are occasionally needed year round at the Boulder office. Specific positions will be posted on this site as they arise.
Our group of young professionals is an active community of Coloradans who share a love of nature, a concern for the environment, and a belief that hope and action are indispensable for making a difference. The goal of this volunteer committee is to ensure that our peers, and the next generation, get involved in conservation at a local, regional and global level. The 13ers Committee meet monthly to help plan events, partner with others, promote volunteerism and help to broaden support for conservation. Learn more or contact email@example.com.
Be a Digital Volunteer!
Can't join us in person? Here are some other ways to help.
- Be a part of our global community and join our Great Places Network to get monthly e-news.
- Follow us on Facebook and share our posts with your friends!
- Share your photos and videos using #LiveNature to show your love of the Earth!
Volunteer Opportunities Nationwide
Traveling to another state soon and wondering if you can volunteer for The Nature Conservancy while you're there?Learn more about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities around the U.S.