Historical & Cultural Sites
||Nationally accredited as both zoo and botanical garden, creates truly memorable experiences through diverse educational presentations, guided cruises, special animal encounters and more. As a natural crossroads for families, biologists, and educators, Naples Zoo plays a critical role in nurturing appreciation for the natural world by providing an educational nature experience for people of all ages. The unique combination of plants and animals connect visitors with nature. After all, if we can inspire our guests to make just one change toward the conservation of our natural world, then we have succeeded at a most important task. The Zoo is a 501(c)(3) charitable institution.
||Both unpaid internships (see http://napleszoo.org/internship)and volunteer opportunities are available.
Only need a few hours? Help out on the First Saturday of the month or with Special Events. Usually books up a month ahead so sign up early! Evening hours are only for some Special Events.
Want more hours and career building experience? Join as a regular volunteer helping in a wide variety of areas from informal talks with guests about our animals, to preparing animal diets, to helping guests services!
|Times of Work:
||Weekdays daytime, Weekends daytime, Weekends evenings
||Mrs. Jessica Deering
1590 Goodlette R.
Naples, FL 34102
Phone: (239) 262-5409 136
Phone: (239) 262-5409
|Worker's Comp for Volunteers?:
||Regular volunteers receive free admission for themselves and 3 named guests, educational opportunities, exhibit previews and more.
One time volunteers can see the Zoo after their shift if during regular Zoo hours.
||Please email from a none FGCU email as the college server blocks many Zoo emails :(