Volunteer at the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center

A volunteer assists at the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center Discovery Saturday

The Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center is visited by more than 70,000 visitors each year. Volunteers play an important role in educating these visitors about the displays in the center and the ecosystems that these displays represent.

Volunteers typically serve as greeters for visitors entering the center, as docents stationed around the center, and as assistants for activities such as kids’ events.

Volunteers are asked to assist staff for half- or full-day shifts.

To sign up to receive email updates on upcoming volunteer training and opportunities, click here to join our volunteer listserv. For specific questions or for further information, contact our volunteer coordinator, Elizabeth Trueblood, elizabeth.trueblood@noaa.gov