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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.

For general volunteer interest, start today by completing our online volunteer application. Your email confirmation will contain a link to schedule a phone call with our Community Engagement Manager. Though all in-person volunteer roles are on pause, this discussion will be used for future volunteer assignments.

Current Opportunities: 

Seattle Audubon Board of Directors

Seattle Audubon’s Board of Directors has opportunities for new members. Join us to support our mission to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive.

Seattle Audubon is currently seeking individuals to serve on the volunteer board with a specific background in financial management, communications, IT infrastructure, human resources, and/or conservation.

How to Apply

Seattle Audubon’s Governance Committee, chaired by the Board Vice President, is charged with the recruitment and nomination of new members to the Board of Directors. To apply:

  1. Review the full position description.
  2. Please complete an online volunteer application (if you do not already have an application on file with Seattle Audubon) and endorse your interest in serving on the Board of Directors.
  3. Also send an email to governance@seattleaudubon.org including a brief statement of interest and attaching a resume or CV. Alternatively, these documents may be submitted via postal mail to Seattle Audubon, 8050 35th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115.

 

Seattle Audubon NextGen Advisory Council

The NextGen Advisory Council is recruiting new members and accepting applications through March 8. Join us to support our mission to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive.

The NextGen Advisory Council, established in the fall of 2018, elevates the perspectives and expertise of young professionals and student activists in progressing towards a more inclusive, welcoming organization that engages diverse audiences with our focus on birds and nature in the city. The strategic plan that will guide our work over the next three years includes an increased commitment to intentional collaboration with communities that have been excluded or sidelined by the mainstream environmental movements of the past. The NextGen Advisory Council is one part of these efforts.

How to Apply
Please submit your interest through this form.  The council will respond to all applicants the week of March 15, 2021.