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Availability and Interest

Interns typically have more responsibility and commit to more hours over a period of at least 6 months. Volunteer hours are more flexible; at least a few hours per month is required as commitment.
For field and data entry volunteers, we require a minimum commitment of 6 months. Other positions require shorter commitments, depending on the role.
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Field Work

(including camera work every 4 weeks in study areas around the Bay Area; uploading camera trap images to our cloud-based database)
If so, please briefly describe.
E.g. SD card reader, laptop, etc.
Field work takes place in and around various protected areas in the San Francisco Bay Area. Some are more remote than others but they are usually not accessible by public transit. As such, public transportation cannot be relied upon for the majority of these places and access to a vehicle is needed.

Data Entry

(Remote camera data cataloging- requires internet connection, minimum of 2 hours/week on your own schedule)
This requires a commitment of at least 2 hours each week.

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If you selected graphic design or writing above, please upload some samples of your work. Thank you!
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Do You Have 2-4 Hours A Month To Preserve Your Local Ecosystem?

Our volunteers are the driving force behind making true change in ecosystem health and wild cat conservation. Some like to volunteer in the field, others help us maintain our online presence, and some work with events. With just a few hours a month, you can make a difference, too.

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