Do you love nature? Are you looking for meaningful opportunities to learn more about nature and to share your love of nature with others?
We are always looking for people like you!
The strength of Allan Brooks Nature Centre is in our volunteer supporters and donors, in fact we couldn’t do it without you! We are grateful for the many hundreds of hours of volunteer contributions we receive each year, which helps to sustain our public programming, bringing nature interpretive experiences, events and programs to life for youth and their families in our community.
Even a small contribution can make a big impact at ABNC, and there is a wide range of flexible opportunities for those wanting to make a contribution! We provide orientation and training for all new and returning volunteers throughout the year.
If you would like more information or to express your interest in current or upcoming opportunities, please email [email protected] or give us a call 250.260.4227. Thank you for your consideration – we look forward to hearing from you!
APPLY NOW by completing our online form!
We are currently looking for volunteers for the following opportunities:
School Program Leaders
Our School Program Leaders provide engaging nature-based talks and activities to students participating in programming with Allan Brooks Nature Centre in order to further promote and encourage learning of nature. View the School Program Lead Volunteer Description here.
Guardians of the Grasslands
Our Guardians of the Grasslands volunteers protect and maintain the endangered grasslands around the Nature Centre and educate visitors about the importance of grasslands as a local ecosystem. View the Guardians of the Grasslands Volunteer Description here.
Summer Camp Assistant
Our Summer Camp Assistants provide support to our Nature Summer Camp staff in leading crafts, activities and lessons that promote learning about and enjoying nature to our campers. View the Summer Camp Assistant Volunteer Description here.
Our Visitor Services Volunteers welcome visitors to the Nature Centre, share the history of Allan Brooks, and provide facts to our visitors about our local animals and environment, ultimately providing visitors with a positive nature experience. View the Visitor Services Volunteer Description here.