Conservation Volunteer with PEA

This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.


Chris Bond

Contact email address

Contact phone

07749 818360



How to volunteer

Please click on the "I am interested in this opportunity" button above. A representative from PEA will be in touch with you directly.

Benefits to self

As a volunteer for PEA you will gain valuable nature conservation skills in countryside management, such as how to create and restore important habitats for wildlife and people. You will also gain other key skills such as communication, team working, and leadership! If you are really keen, you may want to progress to become a Volunteer Project Officer (VPO). You'll then get more involved in the 'behind the scenes' - planning and leading practical projects and social events.

Benefits to others

Student volunteers are always a valuable contribution to our organisation, particularly in terms of bringing academic knowledge to the team such as biological and ecological knowledge. We are a volunteer-run project and therefore rely solely on the time volunteers provide carrying out nature conservation.
  • Areas of InterestAnimals, Community Events, Environment/Gardening
  • How Often?Flexible, Once A Week, Once A Fortnight, One Off Event, Once A Month
  • When?Weekends, Flexible

Employability skills

  • Teamwork 0
  • Communication 0
  • Planning / Organisation 0
  • Leadership 0
  • Problem Solving 0
  • Reflection 0
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