Volunteers & Interns
The Stamford Museum & Nature Center relies on the enthusiastic commitment of our dedicated volunteers. As both a museum and a nature center we offer varied and exciting opportunities to support our mission.
Join us as we welcome our visitors and help them experience our wonderful world of nature and agriculture, museum exhibitions and art. You may choose to work in areas such as animal care, light carpentry, family festivals and other special events, or assist our administrative staff with special projects and office work. We encourage individuals and small groups to experience a fulfilling and rewarding service as a member of the SM&NC volunteer team.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities:
- Junior Environmental Educators (Summer Camp Volunteers)
Ages 15 and older.
- Spring on the Farm, May 20 & 21
- Food & Wine Celebration, June 2
(ages 21 and older)
CLICK HERE to sign-up online to volunteer for Spring on the Farm, May 20 & 21
CLICK HERE to submit your application for ongoing volunteer positions.
Corporate Volunteer Events
The Stamford Museum & Nature Center (SM&NC) is grateful for the continued support of area corporations who make time for their employees to contribute to our work and make a difference in our community. Corporate volunteer groups participate in activities such as planting trees, creating flower beds and other landscaping projects; painting; installing fences and other small building projects; invasive plant removal; grounds clean up, and more.
SM&NC requests a donation from every corporation for participation in our volunteer program. Funds not only provide necessary supplies and tools for each event, but also cover the costs associated with SM&NC staff to plan, host and facilitate any on-site volunteer activity.
Internships are available for college and graduate level students during the spring, summer and fall semesters in the areas of environmental education, media relations and marketing, and farm/large animal care. Internships are generally 10 - 20 hours per week for 8 weeks and are unpaid, but college credit may be arranged.
For more information about all volunteer/intern programs, contact Cathryn Oulighan, Volunteer & Community Relations Manager, at 203-977-6530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.