Volunteer With Us!

As a nonprofit, we have several ways you can help us at the Southern Conservation Trust and the Fayette Environmental Education Center. We offer a variety of options such as youth, adult, long-term, and short-term volunteer opportunities.

At the Southern Conservation Trust, we recognize our volunteers’ hard work and know that we could not uphold our mission to elevate nature through exceptional stewardship without YOU!

The Exceptional Young Steward Program is a service club focused on producing the next generation of conservationists and is open to all high schoolers who can dedicate at least four service hours a month.

Docents are trusted long-term, guest-facing volunteers. Most of your service will be at the Fayette Environmental Education Center and will include guiding tours, customer service, animal care, and more!

Have a group of 5 or more in your company, organization, or social group and want to be more involved in your community? Become an SCT Park Partner! 

Volunteer on your own time with our many independent projects depending on your interest & skill set. Some of these opportunities include creating environmental education content, trash pick up, photography, events, and more!

Keep an eye out for upcoming volunteer days to fix up our nature areas. The location of these will vary monthly and the activities will vary based on current needs. 

We can accommodate a variety of projects to assist you with completing a Boy Scout Eagle Award, a Girl Scout High Award, a Girl Scout Take Action Project, or community service hours.

We offer internships for credit and non-credit in a variety of areas. Internships for non-credit can vary in length. All interns will be asked to complete a project in their focus area.

Do you want to volunteer but don’t know exactly which program to choose?  Reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator today to learn more volunteer@sctlandtrust.org.

Thanks to our partners at Civic Champs we have new technology that lets you log your hours automatically when you step into the park.

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