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Volunteer With Us!

Join the Seattle Audubon volunteer community! We provide the power to Seattle Audubon's programs, and have fun doing it.

The links below lead to detailed information about ongoing volunteer positions. Get involved with an existing opportunity, or tell us about your skills and interests. Start today by completing our online volunteer application. Once your application is received, you will be contacted by our Community Engagement Manager to schedule a brief phone interview.  

Email our Community Engagement Manager or call (206) 523-8243 x110 to express interest in any ongoing volunteer position.

Ongoing Volunteer Positions (as of 1/2/2018):

Current roles as of of 1/2/2018:

New! Conservation Committee Members: 
Seattle Audubon’s Conservation Committee is recruiting new members! This dedicated and skilled group of volunteers provides capacity and support for all aspects of our conservation program, from tracking critical, regional environmental issues to supporting our conservation staff on the urban Neighborhood Flyways campaign.

The Conservation Committee’s current priorities include: climate change, urban habitats and preservation, preserving northwest forests, and the impact of storm water on the health of Puget Sound.

Committee membership expectations include participating in one 2-hour meeting per month, writing and submitting public comments, researching emerging issues, and attending partner meetings and events.

The Conservation Committee is specifically looking for candidates with one or more of the following attributes:

  • College students and those with connections to student communities
  • Early-career professionals who are passionate about birds and their environment
  • Connections to other conservation organizations or environmental coalitions
  • Experience working on the intersection of environment and social justice
  • Communications and public relations experience
  • Environmental lawyer or law student
  • Architecture experience

Does this sound like you? If you’re interested send a brief personal statement of up to one page outlining how you meet these criteria to Conservation Manager, Megan Friesen, at meganf@seattleaudubon.org.

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