The Springs Preserve strives to build culture and community as part of our mission. As a volunteer or docent, you're a vital link with our community and an important part of the Springs Preserve story.
We are especially looking for people willing to make long-term commitments to our docent program. Docents are volunteer leaders in a variety of specialty areas who lead tours, educate visitors and help nurture our grounds and programs. In our docent program, we offer rewarding opportunities to partner with biologists, archaeologists and leading experts to educate and engage our community.
For those interested in shorter-term commitments such as one-day group projects or weekend special events, volunteer experiences are available for virtually every interest and experience level.
Whether you're a retiree devoted to giving back to others or a civic-minded student looking to enhance your resume, you can find a place here among our Springs Preserve family.
The are many benefits to being a Springs Preserve volunteer:
Personal growth: Attend educational workshops to develop and enhance your own skills and abilities.
Interpersonal skills: Gain experience, confidence, physical well-being and leadership skills.
Friendships: Meet and make new friends who share your commitment to our community.
Resources: Know that your contributions are valued and recognized.
If you're interested in becoming a Springs Preserve volunteer or docent, please fill out the volunteer application.
Please note: The minimum age to volunteer is 14 years old. Applicants 14-18 years old must submit a parental permission agreement.
Volunteers help the Preserve run smoothly, from Gardens to galleries.
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