Join Our Team!
Volunteers are the heart of our organization. We provide flexible positions with ongoing support to ensure you can be at your best. Explore our volunteer positions below and see how you can help!
Nature Club Leaders are the most vital component of our organization, as they are the ones who create and deliver programming. We could not exist without their effort! We have 50+ leaders across BC who devote 6,300 hours of their time in total to local nature leadership. Working alone or with co-leaders, Nature Club Leaders organize and deliver Explorer Days for children and their families across the province and go out of their way to educate and inspire our youth members about nature.
As a club leader, your primary responsibility is to organize outdoor field trips called Explorer Days. If you share our passion for connecting kids with nature, enjoy organizing activities, and can help plan about 10 Explorer Days a year, this is perfect for you! We provide training, support and liability insurance. You can join a local nature club or start your own!
Extra help is currently needed in:
- Bulkley Valley (Smithers/Telkwa)
- Comox Valley
- Cowichan Valley Weekend Club
- Delta Home Learners
- North Okanagan
- Oceanside (Parksville)
- Tri-Cities area (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, New West)
Nature Mentors share expertise, skills and knowledge about the natural world with young families in their community on Explorer Day field trips. Nature Mentors include naturalists, artists, educators, researchers, university students — anyone with an interest in sharing their love of nature with the next generation. We can put you in touch with club leaders in your communities and you can lead a program on the topic of your choice based on your expertise.
Are you passionate about helping kids spend more time outdoors, learning and having fun in nature? We are looking for an education coordinator who can help us develop our elementary school membership program in British Columbia, expand it, create more engagement with the school system and develop partnerships. You will help us administer the program, develop promotional materials, communicate with schools through online content and emails, and help us develop curriculum-linked materials. This is a six month commitment with training provided!
NatureKids BC brings nature to numerous public events in BC through booths with natural objects, nature craft, and various activities. We’re looking for volunteers to help at these events and marketing/communications geniuses to help us freshen our displays and their messaging!
Interested in supporting us in an admin capacity? Duties might include processing new memberships, data entry or even graphic design and branding!